Lockport police reports for the week of Dec. 24
Roy E. Davis, 42, Lockport was charged with attempted burglary, attempted petit larceny, resisting arrest, obstruction of governmental administration and criminal trespass Dec. 15.
Patrol responded to a report of a male that had climbed through a window of a house wearing a mask. Upon arrival patrol surrounded the house. While doing this, an officer was walking to the rear of the building and observed Davis inside the residence. He allegedly then ran away from the window toward the front of the building and ran out of the front of the house and attempted to flee from patrol.
A short foot pursuit then began and he was ordered to the ground but reportedly kept running. A taser was deployed and Davis stopped and was taken into custody.
Paul H. Orourke, 21, 8772 Chestnut Ridge Road, Gasport was charged Monday with petit larceny and unlawful possession of marijuana.
Police responded to a report of a male attempting to leave the 7-11 store on Davidson Road after stealing a can of Red Bull. Police found a male inside arguing with the store owner. He was allegedly found to be in possession an cold can of Red Bull in his right front pocket.
He also reportedly had a clear plastic baggie containing a green vegetable type matter in his left front pocket. The matter field-tested positive for marijuana.
Justin J. Snead, 21, 6552 Lincoln Place, Apt. C, Lockport was charged Monday with unlawful possession of marijuana.
Patrol observed Snead driving a vehicle and had prior knowledge he does not have a valid state drivers license.
Patrol initiated a traffic stop in the 7-11 parking lot. Upon interviewing Snead, he allegedly did admit to patrol he had marijuana in his pocket. Patrol found a green leafy substance in his front left pocket.
The substance field-tested positive for marijuana.
Philip P. Juliana, 50, 235 Washburn St., Lockport was charged Tuesday with third-degree assault.
Patrol responded to a location for a fight. Upon arrival, patrol observed the victim and Juliana in the kitchen screaming and yelling at one another. The victim was bleeding from his forehead, under his eye, nose and mouth, while Juliana had red marks and blood on his knuckles.
After further investigation, patrol learned that Juliana allegedly started a verbal argument with the victim and the argument became physical. The victim stated Juliana allegedly punched him in the face numerous times, which did cause the swollen bloody areas on his face.
Both parties were seen by the Lockport Fire Department for their injuries and the victim was transported to Eastern Niagara Hospital for treatment.
Henry F. Spoon, Jr., 29, 722 Gardenwood, Lockport was charged Thursday with obstructing governmental administration, resisting arrest and trespass.
Patrol was dispatched to an unwanted party at Gonzo’s. Patrol interviewed the complainant, who stated he had asked the suspect several times to leave as the business was closed. He said Spoon appeared very intoxicated and was bothering some female patrons.
Patrol then asked the suspect to leave several times. He allegedly refused, stating, “I don’t have too. I am watching TV and not doing anything wrong.”
Patrol attempted to escort the suspect out of the business at which time he reportedly became combative.