Lockport police reports for the week of Nov. 5
Jeffrey A. Creighton, 41, 152 Cottage St., Apt. 4, Lockport was charged with petit larceny Nov. 4.
Patrol received information that a male in a camouflage jacket just stole goods from the Sunoco at South Transit and High Street.
Patrol was traveling west on High Street nearing Saxton when a male fitting the description of the suspect was identified as Creighton.
While speaking with him, he admitted to stealing a 24 oz. can of Labatt Ice.
He was taken back to the store and positively identified by the victim.
The beer was valued at $1.09.
Patrick T. Singleton, 35, 2316 Oak Lane, Newfane was charged Monday with fourth-degree criminal mischief and third-degree criminal trespass.
The victim stated sometime overnight on Nov. 3, Singleton broke the front window to her apartment and entered her apartment without permission.
Lee O. Jones, 22, 619 35th St., Niagara Falls was charged Monday with third-degree menacing and criminal mischief.
On Oct. 31, patrol responded and spoke with the victim who was standing outside waiting for patrol.
The victim had small cuts on her face, chest and arms but refused medical treatment.
The victim said she was hanging out with both Jones and a witness when they began to argue. She then left the residence to go to her motherís along with the witness to avoid further confrontation.
While at her motherís house, Jones showed up and began talking to the two parties again. Jones eventually began yelling at the witness to give him his identification. During the argument both the victim and the witness got into Ziehmís vehicle and locked the doors to avoid Jones. The action then aggravated Jones even more and he kicked the car denting the rear hatch,
When the victim yelled she was calling the police, Jones allegedly began punching the passenger side window and eventually broke it, causing it to smash all over the two females, cutting them.
Jones then fled.
Nicole L. Rosselli, 25, 135 Pine St., Apt. 5, Lockport was charged Monday with petit larceny.
On Nov. 3, the victim reported the suspect shop lifted from his store. Rosselli was reported to have taken a Golden Grahams chocolate marshmallow treat, valued at $1.09.
A witness observed the theft and it was also caught on video. The video showed the suspect place the item in her left coat pocket and walk out of the store without paying for anything.
John T. Prohaska, 26, 309 Locust St., Apt. C, Lockport was charged with criminal possession.
Patrol was in Pine Street attempting to locate Rosselli, who had an arrest package.
Patrol checked her apartment with negative results. While exiting the residence, she was spotted walking with a male in the driveway.
Rosselli was taken into custody without incident. While speaking with Prohaska, he stated he had just picked her up on High Street and drove to Pine Street.
Patrol ran a driverís license check on Prohaska and it was confirmed his license was suspended. He stated he also had a bag of hypodermic needles in his coat pocket.
The needles were placed in an evidence bag and secured.
Dominique L. Middleton, 20, 6553 Lincoln Place, Apt. 5, Lockport was charged Wednesday with third-degree assault.
The victim reported that on Oct. 10 he went over to his friendís house on Gooding Street. When he arrived there were two other people sitting in his living room.
He said Middleton told him to have a seat and said he had some questions for him and not to lie. Middleton asked him if he was talking to his sister in 2011.
When the victim said he didnít know what he was talking about, Middleton allegedly threw a tablet toward him and said to log into Facebook. As he attempted to log into Facebook, Middleton struck him several times in the right side of the face causing him to become dizzy. He then reportedly struck the victim throughout his torso and the right side of his face.
As they went to leave, Middleton allegedly threatened harm to the victim if he told anyone.
The victim went to the hospital for treatment and sustained redness and severe swelling to the left and right side of his head, near his cheekbone.