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March 13, 2010

BLOTTER: Police reports published March 13, 2010

LOCKPORT — City of Lockport

DWI: Charles A. Koone, 28, 6535 S. Transit Road, Apt. 189, was charged Friday with two counts of driving while intoxicated. A police report said officers pulled the suspect over for a traffic violation and upon interviewing the driver, smelled a strong odor of alcohol from Koone’s breath. Koone reportedly failed all sobriety tests.

BURGLARY: A man told Lockport police on Thursday that an unknown suspect entered his house on Park Avenue and stole a flat screen TV and damaged the door to his residence, according to a report. Officers said if found, the suspect will face the charges of second-degree burglary, and fourth-degree grand larceny and criminal mischief.

HARASSMENT: Nidia Lugo, 56, 87 Gabriel Drive, Apt. B, was charged Thursday with second-degree harassment and fourth-degree criminal mischief after she yelled and slapped the victim in the parking lot of Eastern Niagara Hospital-Lockport, a police report said. Lugo reportedly also broke the victim’s glasses, which she refused to replace.

WEB POST: A caller reportedly told police Thursday, while surfing the Internet she came across an add on Craigslist.com from someone who posted, “Anyone want to make $200 + a PS3 and anything else I can give? Kill me. Seriously just kill me.” Police said the post came from an unknown individual in Lockport and are continuing an investigation.

DWI: Two Lockport residents were reportedly arrested Thursday night on alcohol and drug charges. Lorita D. Mappins, 47, 45 Ontario St., Apt. 806 was charged with driving while intoxicated and George L. Dash, 44, 103 Prospect St., Apt. C, was charged with unlawful possession of marijuana. Police said they got a call for a suspicious vehicle. Upon searching for the vehicle, officers reportedly spotted the vehicle described by the complainant and made a traffic stop. While interviewing the driver, police smelled a strong odor of alcohol coming from Mappins’ breath, according to a report. The report said Mappins failed all sobriety tests. Police then reported they spoke with the passenger, Dash, who was found in possession of marijuana.

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