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December 20, 2012

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Lockport Union-Sun & Journal — City of Lockport

CHARGED: Harry C. Erickson, 34, 256 Ontario St., lower was charged with criminal possession of stolen property Wednesday. According to the report, Erickson had Conair brand clippers which were taken from a Rite Aid pharmacy on Dec. 11 and not paid for. Further charges are pending.

CONTEMPT: Lee O. Jones, 22, 629 35th St., Niagara Falls was charged with second-degree criminal contempt Wednesday. According to the report, Jones entered a residence on Adam Street on Dec. 9 and was told to leave. The victim had an order of protection. He turned himself in at police headquarters.

CRIMINAL IMPERSONATION:  Cordaro T. Walker, 21, 4600 Hyde Park Boulevard, Niagara Falls was charged with second-degree criminal impersonation and failure to stop at a stop sign. Walker was stopped for a traffic offense on State Road at 1:20 a.m. on Wednesday. According to the report, Walker gave a fictitious first name and date of birth. 

Wheatfield

GRAND LARCENY: A Graydon Drive man reported Tuesday that his debit card was charged $4,113 in unauthorized purchases. First Niagara Bank contacted him after a second purchase for approximately $4,200  was denied. The purchase was made at Nordstrom’s in Pennsylvania. The victim said that he has never let his debit card out of his hand except on Dec. 17 when he and his wife ate at Yubb’s pizzeria on Niagara Falls Boulevard where a waitress took his debit card into the rear area to record a purchase. The victim still has possession of the debit card.

Town of Lockport

DWI: Jonathan Edward Fryer, 21, 7866 Gill Road, Gasport was charged with driving while intoxicated Wednesday. According to the report, Fryer fell asleep while driving on Lake Avenue about 3 a.m. The vehicle left the roadway, entered a ditch and continued traveling approximately 30 feet where it struck the driveway culvert and mailbox. Fryer reported he was not injured in the accident. The sheriff’s patrol could smell the odor of an alcoholic beverage. Fryer’s eyes appeared glassy and his speech was slurred. He was transported to NCSO where he provided a breath sample which showed a blood alcohol content of 0.13 percent.

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