BLOTTER: Police reports published Jan. 7
Posted at January 7, 2011
NIAGARA FALLS andmdash; TOWN OF LOCKPORT
Contraband costly for Falls guy
An inmate at the Niagara County Jail was hospitalized immediately after he was found hiding two prescription bottles of ambien and tramadol in his buttocks.
Patrick James Dugan, 27, 6922 Walmore Road, Niagara Falls, was charged Wednesday with introducing contraband into prison soon after he attempted to provide 19 ambien and 24 tramadol tablets into jail with him.
A report from the Niagara County Sheriffandrsquo;s Office explained immediately after they discovered blood and fecal issue in his jail cell, they realized Dugan had the prescription medication bottles hidden in a system crevice.
Dugan was then transported to Newfane Inter-Neighborhood Memorial Hospital for therapy.
Two arrested for shoplifting at Sears
Two Niagara Falls citizens had been caught by Sears store employees trying to steal far more than $400 in objects Wednesday evening.
Sarah R. Federspiel, 18, 2533 River Road, and Kevin W. Lentz, 32, 2463 Niagara Ave., have been each and every charged with petit larceny.
A report from the Niagara County Sheriffandrsquo;s Office explained Federspiel attempted to depart the store with $400 worth of perfume and leather gloves.
Shortly later, in accordance to a shop employee, Lentz was viewed placing five pairs of gloves down his pants and attempt to leave the save.
Each events were apprehended and are scheduled for court six p.m. Tuesday.
andbull; BURGLARY: Police are investigating a burglary on the 2400 block of Mackenna Avenue. A 46-year-old woman advised officers sometime in between 9:30 a.m. and two:47 p.m. Thursday, somebody broke into her property by cutting a display screen off a kitchen window. The victim stated an Xbox sport process, a PlayStation3 sport system, some video games, an iPod, a laptop computer computer system, some footwear and clothes have been taken.
andbull; ARREST: A Falls man was arrested soon after an assault in the 2200 block of Falls Street. Dartanyon Robinson, 40, 2226 Falls St. Apt. five, was charged with third-diploma assault, second-degree harassment and second-diploma obstructing governmental administration. He is accused of attacking a girl in his residence at one:39 p.m. Thursday.
andbull; DWI: James F. Benton, 52, 122 Cramer St., Apt. B, North Tonawanda, was charged Monday with consuming alcohol in a motor automobile on a highway and driving while skill impaired by alcohol. A report stated Niagara County Sheriffandrsquo;s deputies stopped Benton on Black Nose Springs Road in which many automobile thefts have occurred and found he was intoxicated. Deputies stated Benton registered a .09 percent alcohol subject material and found an open beer car in his car or truck.
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