Lockport Police Report for the week of Oct. 29
The City of Lockport Police Department is investigating an accident that occurred on Oct. 26 at 3:30 p.m. in the parking lot of Rite Aid on Washburn Street.
A 72-year-old male was reportedly struck by a vehicle while walking through the parking lot.
The drive of the vehicle Murphy Incardona was arrested for alcohol related offenses.
The victim, who resides in Lockport, was transported to the Erie County Medical Center by Mercy Flight with head trauma.
Ian T. Treichler, 32, 6783 Minnick Road, Apt. 18, Lockport was charged Monday with driving while intoxicated.
The defendant was traveling eastbound on Main Street and struck an unmarked patrol car from behind at the intersection of Locust Street.
The defendant stated his brakes were “shot” on his truck and they were “in need of repair.”
The defendant also had a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage on his breath. Due to the weather conditions, the defendant was transported to the Lockport Police Department for field sobriety tests, which he failed.
Toni B. Crenshaw, 20, no permanent address, Lockport was charged Monday with petit larceny and second-degree burglary.
Patrol responded to Spalding Street for a larceny report. The victim stated she was in her bedroom when she heard a noise at the front door and then heard the door open. A few minutes later she observed a male carrying a television out of the apartment.
She went into her roommate’s bedroom and observed Crenshaw going through a laundry basket. When a witness confronted her, Crenshaw allegedly ran from the residence.
Stolen from the apartment was a 32” Visio flat screen television valued at approximately $600.
Edward K Washburn, Jr., 34, 80 Genesee St., Apt. 1-4, Lockport was charged Wednesday with unlawful possession of marijuana.
Patrol responded to Genesee Street to speak with a caller in regards to her boyfriend Washburn taking her vehicle without permission. The caller stated her vehicle was not stolen, however Washburn did steal $60 off the table before he left.
Washburn was located on Washburn and Walnut Street. He stated he left his apartment because he got into an argument with the caller. When questioned about the money, he stated he had $100 that belonged to him. He further stated he had a “knife, weed and a scale in his coat pocket.” A clear plastic baggie containing a green leafy vegetable matter was located.
The vegetable matter field-tested positive for the presence of marijuana.