Lockport Police reports for the week of March 31
Sunday April 7, 2013 | By:Rikki Cason |
Police reports from the
Matthew J. Lequeux, 21, 294 Washburn St., Apt. 2, Lockport was charged with unlawful possession of marijuana and second-degree criminal contempt March 31.
Patrol was traveling on Hawley Street when they observed Lequeux and Brittany A. Doxey, 20, 4 John St., Apt. Rear, Lockport inside a vehicle.
A check showed a full stay away order protecting Doxey from Lequeux.
Patrol stopped the vehicle and while interviewing the parties a green leafy vegetable matter was observed on the floor of the passenger side of the vehicle.
The substance field-tested positive for marijuana.
Doexy was charged with unlawful possession of marijuana.
Wilbert Honore, 52, 824 S. Main St., Apr. 4, Medina was charged Monday with petit larceny.
Patrol responded to Pets Plus on West Avenue in reference to a shoplifter in custody. Police spoke to the witness who said the suspect was in the store and had a staff member get him several fish.
The fish were bagged in four separate bags. The male then allegedly walked to the front of the store and was observed walking out with two of the fish bags under his jacket.
He then returned 40 minutes later and attempted to pay for the two bags that were left behind.
The listed fish that were stolen were valued at $140.40.
David L. Serrano, 41, 59 Allen St., North Tonawanda was charged Monday with second-degree harassment and second-degree criminal contempt.
Patrol was dispatched to the Niagara County Courthouse on Hawley Street for a domestic incident report.
Police were directed to the victim who stated she was appearing in court against her ex for his numerous violations of an order of protection.
She told police she was sitting in the audience following her appearance and when Serrano was being escorted out by officers, he allegedly turned directly at her and swore.
Timothy W. Ward, 47, 113 South St., Apt. 1, Lockport was charged Monday with second-degree harassment.
Patrol responded to a domestic incident. They interviewed the victim who stated her boyfriend had been drinking all day and had become violent with her.
The suspect grabbed the victim and threw her up against the wall and then to the floor.
Charles Edward Griffith, 30, 1642 Linwood Ave., Niagara Falls was charged Tuesday with two counts of seventh-degree possession of a controlled substance, fifth-degree possession of a controlled substance, third-degree possession of a controlled substance, third-degree possession of marijuana and unlawful possession of marijuana.
Patrol responded to the Comfort Inn for a call of a 911 hang up.
Patrol made contact with Griffith and Brianna J. Brown, 25, 281 Millicent Ave., Apt. 1, Buffalo, who stated to patrol they could not get into their room.
They further stated the door would not open and they feared someone broke into their room. Patrol made contact with the general manager of Comfort Inn and he stated he was going to open the door for the guests and wished patrol to check the room to ensure it was safe.
While patrol was checking the room, they did smell an odor of marijuana in the room. Patrol observed a clear plastic baggie containing a green leafy vegetable matter on the bedside table.
Patrol further observed several more baggies in an open drawer on the beside table.
A follow up investigation revealed suspected cocaine, pills that are believed to be a controlled substances, two digital scales, cell phones, rubber gloves, plastic bags believed to be intended for individual packaging and a large amount of cash.
Brown was also charged with two counts of seventh-degree possession of a controlled substance, fifth-degree possession of a controlled substance, third-degree possession of a controlled substance, third-degree possession of marijuana and unlawful possession of marijuana.
Tylor John Holtz, 18, 5746 Stone Road, Lockport was charged Tuesday with unlawful possession of marijuana and fifth-degree possession of marijuana.
Police stopped a vehicle after witnessing Holtz and Dustin Eric Dittmer, 19, 56 Hillcrest Dr., Lockport allegedly smoking marijuana out of a glass pipe.
During the interview it was determined the suspects did consume marijuana. Dittmer allegedly handed the officer the pipe they were using.
Inventory of the vehicle produced a pill bottle with a green leafy substance in it. Two other glass pipes commonly used to smoke marijuana and other drug paraphernalia were located.
Dittmer was also charged with unlawful possession of marijuana and fifth-degree possession of marijuana.
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