Lockport Police Reports for the week of Sept. 3
Alexandre A. Agueda, 40, 140 East Ave., Apt. 4, Lockport was charged Monday with third-degree assault.
Police responded to a report of a domestic incident. Upon arrival, the female suspect came from upstairs of the residence.
Mary L. Agueda, 42, 140 East Ave., Apt. 4, Lockport had a visible cut on the middle of her forehead. She also had swelling on her left hand near her pinkie finger.
Patrol went upstairs to find Alexandre, who had visible swelling on his nose, as well as cuts and bruising on his face and arms.
Both parties appeared to be intoxicated.
Mary stated Alexandre struck her, causing her injuries. He stated she began striking him over his head and body.
According to police, it appeared both parties were mutual aggressors.
Mary was also charged Monday with third-degree assault.
John D. Bulka, Jr., 24, 1099 98th St., Niagara Falls was charged Monday with trespass.
The defendant was driving his ATV on City of Lockport property that was posted no trespassing. The driver was involved in an accident, where he was thrown from the ATV.
According to reports, Bulka was attempting to go up a steep hill in the field and hit a rut, ejecting him from his vehicle.
The driver appeared to break his left leg and was taken by Mercy Flight to Erie County Medical Center.
Matthew J. Lequeux, 20, 19 John St., Apt. 3, Lockport was also charged Tuesday with second-degree menacing.
On Monday, patrol responded and spoke to the victim, who stated he was sitting at his house when Lequeux walked in, held up a bullet and allegedly threatened him.
He then reportedly pulled out what was described as a small, black .22 caliber revolver and stated he would shoot the victim.
A witness then walked in the room and began screaming about calling 911. After hearing that, Lequeux ran out of the house and down the street.
Later that evening, police arrived on scene and saw the victim had what appeared to be several lacerations to his fingers, hands and forearms.
He was transported to Eastern Niagara Hospital.
The witness told police her bedroom window was broken after she saw Kevin C. Kureczka, 19, 461 Park Ave., Lockport and Lequeux outside her residence. She stated the victim was in the room when it happened.
The victim said Lequeux was banging on the front door of the residence and yelling for him to come outside.
He then went to the back bedroom where Kureczka allegedly began yelling at him through the window and picked up and brick and threw it through the window. The glass shattered and struck the victim.
Kureczka was also charged Wednesday with third-degree assault and criminal mischief.
Edward K. Washburn, Jr., 33, 80 Genesee St., Apt. 1-4, Lockport was charged Tuesday with driving while intoxicated and unlawful possession of marijuana.
Patrol executed a traffic stop on a vehicle for traffic violations. While speaking with the driver, they observed him having red, glassy eyes, slurred speech and the odor of an alcoholic beverage on his breath.
The driver failed multiple field sobriety tests.
The driver was also found to be in possession of two plastic bags containing a green, leafy vegetable substance. The substance field-tested positive for marijuana.
Gregory S. Harzewski, 41, 428 South St., Lockport was charged Wednesday with disorderly conduct.
Police observed a male on a bicycle in the middle of the intersection of Erie Street and South Street. The man appeared highly intoxicated and was covered in blood.
He matched the description of a report of an intoxicated male causing a disturbance.
The reporting officer ordered Harzewski to sit on the curb to be interviewed. He reluctantly complied.
According to police, during the interview he allegedly became agitated and uncooperative. He stated he just fell off his bike and wanted to go home.
Harzewski persisted to conceal his hands in his beltline and his shirt, despite having been told several times to keep his hands visible.
While officers attempted to get him to show his hands, Harzewski reportedly jumped to his feet and leapt towards officers.