Lockport police reports for the week of April 30
Thomas M. Gervasio, 39, 34 John St., Lockport was charged with first-degree criminal contempt and third-degree menacing April 26.
Patrol interviewed the victim who stated that on April 25, her husband was mad at her about a guy messaging her on Facebook.
During the argument, the victim reported Gervasio raised his fist and threatened her. She said she felt this placed her in fear for her safety.
Johnny Q. Russell, 18, 235 Washburn St., Lockport was charged with third-degree assault April 26.
On April 9, the victim reported he was walking on Main Street near Papa Leo’s when Russell approached him.
The suspect allegedly punched the victim in the jaw with a closed fist then punched him again in the face, knocking him down to the ground where he proceeded to punch him four or five more times in the face.
The suspect then reportedly kicked the victim in the face.
The victim was taken to ENH for treatment of a possible broken nose.
Alison N. Byrne, 29, 189 Chestnut St., Lockport was charged with third-degree grand larceny April 26.
The victim reported that sometime between April 5 and April 19, a person took four rings, two wristwatches and a charm bracelet from her jewelry box located in her bedroom. The value of items was $2,750.
Mark A. Thompson, 44, 39 Dayton St., Lockport was charged with third-degree menacing and criminal obstruction April 27.
On April 19, Patrol responded to the above location for a report of a domestic incident.
When patrol arrived on scene the victim stated that she and the suspect were having an argument over financial issues.
During the argument the suspect allegedly grabbed the victim by her neck and stated, “I’m going to kill you” several times.
The victim stated that she did start to become light headed and punched the suspect several times in self-defense.
The victim was able to break away from the suspect and then ran into the bedroom.
The suspect then reportedly left the scene in a yellow semi-truck.
Stephen L. Majka, 29, 8861 Point Ave., Niagara Falls was charged with driving while intoxicated April 27.
The defendant was stopped after passing through a red light at the intersection of Transit Street and High Street.
Upon interviewing the defendant, a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage was detected on his breath. The defendant failed several field sobriety tests and was subsequently arrested as charged.
Nicole L. Rosselli, 24, 39 Harvey Ave., Lockport was charged Monday with petit larceny.
On April 17, patrol responded to Eastern Niagara Hospital for a report of a larceny.
The victim stated Rosselli came into the ER for treatment and was placed in a room.
She stated she placed a bottle of lidocaine in the cabinet in the room next to a separate half full bottle. Rosselli was treated and released.
When the victim then checked the cabinet, both bottles were allegedly missing. Rosselli and the person with her were the only two with the opportunity to take the medications, the victim stated.
Daniel R. Potter, 53, 192 Genesee St., Apt. Rear was charged Monday with aggravated harassment.
Patrol was dispatched to ENH to speak with a victim in regards to an aggravated harassment complaint.
Upon arrival, the victim stated that Potter wouldn’t stop calling her even though he had been advised not to.
The victim informed police they were once roommates and Potter moved out three weeks ago and secured all his property on that date.
The victim said Potter contacted her via phone and left a message asking to secure more property from the apartment. She stated this is not the first phone call she has gotten from him.
Lockport police received a report of a shooting at 10:59 p.m. Monday.
Responding officers found that two people had been shot.
At the time of the release one victim is being treated at Eastern Niagara Hospital for a non-life threatening gunshot wound. A second victim was treated at ENH and was transferred to ECMC.
Lockport Police Detectives have responded to two locations in the City of Lockport and are currently investigating this incident.
Kevin M. Blazier, 22, 5789 Beattie Ave., Lockport was charged Wednesday with driving while intoxicated.
The driver was observed committing a traffic violation and was stopped. Patrol observed the odor of an alcoholic beverage coming from inside the vehicle.