Town of Lockport
LARCENY: Erin H. Barnard, 36, 8466 Dale Road, Gasport, and Rasheem K. Smith, 42, 8466 Dale Road, were charged on Thursday with third-degree burglary, third-degree criminal trespass and attempted petit larceny in connection with the alleged attempted theft of merchandise from Walmart. A Walmart employee reported that both parties were inside the Walmart and they had been served a trespass notice previously from Walmart. Police stopped them and found empty Walmart bags in Smith's jacket. They were in possession of $775.67 in merchandise, according to the Niagara County Sheriff's Office. They were both detained in lieu of $5,000 bail.
UNLICENSED: Keithrich Rogers, 41, 30 Corinthia St., was charged on Saturday with third-degree aggravated unlicensed motor vehicle operation, failure to keep right and operating a motor vehicle without a license after a 1:03 a.m. traffic stop on Snyder Driver. A records check showed that his license was suspended, according to the Niagara County Sheriff's Office. He was detained in lieu of $250 bail.
City of Lockport
ENDANGERING: Roger L. Cline Jr., 25, 6489 Dysinger Road, Apt. 9, was charged on Tuesday with endangering the welfare of a child and second-degree harassment. A woman reported she was visiting her son, who is also Cline’s son, and told Cline they would not be returning home for the night because of an earlier argument. He picked up the baby and began yelling at the woman and shoved her into a table while holding the baby, causing the woman pain, according to the Lockport Police Department. He then proceeded to take the baby into his car and left. The baby was not adequately dressed or secured in the vehicle, LPD says. He was detained pending a court appearance.
POSSESSION: Tyler D. Fisher, 26, 4630 Shadigee Road, Newfane, was charged on Nov. 6 with fifth-degree criminal possession of stolen property. A woman reported to the Niagara County Sheriff's Office that she was missing her backpack from her vehicle. After an investigation, deputies said they discovered that Fisher had the missing items. He was detained in lieu of $250 police bail.