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Lockport police reports for the week of May 1

Police reports from the

Lockport Police

Department.

April 29

Harassment

Jeffrey M. Laubacker, 36, 378 East Ave., Lockport was charged Monday with second-degree harassment.

Patrol responded to the listed address for a report of a domestic. The victim stated she was at the address to retrieve some property. She said she went into the kitchen and her ex-boyfriend allegedly grabbed her around the neck and dragger her outside.

Possession

Anthony J. Converso, 24, 216 High St., Apt. Lower, Lockport was charged Monday with unlawful possession of marijuana and other traffic violations.

Patrol observed Converso speeding in a school zone at Roy B. Kelley Elementary School.

A strong odor of marijuana was detected coming from his truck. He could not provide a license or valid proof of insurance. A license check revealed he had eight outstanding suspensions for a variety of reasons.

A plastic pen made into a homemade smoking pipe was found in the front seat. The content of the pipe field-tested positive for marijuana.

Larceny

Adam M. Keller, 26, 185 Washburn St., Apr. 4, Lockport was charged Monday with petit larceny and fifth-degree possession of stolen property.

Patrol responded to 7-11 and interviewed the manager. She stated her employee had informed her the inventory for cigarettes had come up short. The witness said she saw Keller with a package of Marlboro Virginia Blend cigarettes.

When his coat pocket was checked, an opened package of cigarettes were found that matched the serial number of the one that was missing.

May 1

Larceny

Samuel P. Kerstetter, 32, 475 24th St., Apt. 2, Lockport was charged Wednesday with petit larceny.

Patrol spoke with the victim who identified himself as the property owner. He stated he evicted Kerstetter on April 30 and he came to the residence to clean up and mow.

He said when he went into the lawn, he found most of the belongings of Kerstetter but the lawn mower was missing. The mower is valued at $179.

Later that night police were contacted by the victim who said while he was on location and in the process of changing the locks, Kerstetter arrived and started an argument with him.

Upon interviewing Kerstetter, he reportedly stated he took the mower and it was in his brother’s storage unit.

Harassment

George C. Darrell, 55, 184 South St., Apt. 1, Lockport was charged Wednesday with second-degree harassment.

Patrol was dispatched to One Locks Plaza for a complaint. Patrol spoke with the victim who stated he was on location to pick his brother up following his court appearance for an assault case. The victim said while in the courtroom he had words with the victim’s father Darrell, in that case.

After his brother was bailed out, the victim reported they were leaving city hall and was confronted by Darrell again. It was reported he swung at him as he was walking away and he was allegedly struck in the back of the head.


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