Lockport Police Reports for the week of July 16
Quentin L. Baker, II, 25, 85 Elmwood Ave., Apt. 1, Lockport was charged with third-degree attempted assault, third-degree menacing, resisting arrest, obstructing governmental administration and criminal obstruction July 12.
Patrol responded to a domestic incident and interviewed the victim who was highly upset. She stated she came from the drive in and found her boyfriend in the bathroom with a man and a half naked girl.
Baker allegedly started to insult the victim and slapped her with the back of his hand. He continued to slap the victim and the victim tripped over a suitcase and fell.
According to reports, Baker then ripped his shirt off and yelled and threatened her. He then allegedly head butted the victim on the forehead causing a laceration and swelling. He continued to attack the victim and she went into the kitchen. He then grabbed her and pulled her into the bathroom, where he allegedly wrapped his hand around the victim’s throat and began to squeeze.
The victim stated she was fearful that “this was the end.” She was able to free herself and called 911.
Patrol went inside to speak with the suspect who reportedly became combative and a taser was activated.
Rebecca L. Williams, 43, 669 Gardenwood Sr., Apt. Lower, Lockport was charged with petit larceny July 13.
Patrol responded to Rite Aid Pharmacy and spoke to the loss prevention manager for the store. He stated over the past few months there had been a shortage of hydrocodone pills from the inventory at the pharmacy.
He installed a video camera in the pharmacy on July 2 and on July 6 he observed Williams in the video take a bottle of hydrocodone off the shelf and empty the contents into her hand.
He spoke to Williams on July 13, and she admitted to taking about 700 to 1,000 hydrocodone pills over the past few months. The complainant obtained a written statement from Williams and contacted police.
He stated that at this point of the investigation he believes there were approximately 5,000 pills that were taken since June 2011.
Shawn A. Rose, 24, 163 Caledonia St., Lockport was charged with second-degree obstruction of governmental administration, disorderly conduct and resisting arrest July 14.
Police observed several parties yelling obscenities and pushing each other in the roadway. The parties were advised by patrol to leave the area.
A male in the group, Rose, began to yell obscenities at patrol, which caused the crowd to again gather. The male was placed under arrest.
While taking Rose into custody, he allegedly attempted to push himself away from the patrol vehicle and was subsequently subdued with pepper spray. The other parties involved were dispersed from the area without further incident.
Anthony Harris, 35, 3324 Quaker Road, Barker was charged with resisting arrest and disorderly conduct July 14.
The defendant was observed by patrol arguing with other males while standing in the roadway. The defendant was stopped and interviewed by patrol, where he was reportedly highly intoxicated and was acting in a confrontational manner.
During the interview he allegedly began using vulgar language while standing in the roadway. His language began to cause public alarm. The defendant was advised he was under arrest, at that time he began to walk away. The defendant was then taken into custody and transported to LPD.
Vincent E. McCabe, 31, 55 Elmira St., Lockport was charged with third-degree attempted assault and first-degree criminal contempt July 15.
Patrol responded to Elmira Street for a report of a physical domestic. When patrol arrived McCabe stated she and her husband were in an argument on the front lawn.
During the argument, McCabe allegedly picked up a rock and threw it before running into the house. The victim stated she followed McCabe into the house and when she entered the door he allegedly yelled and threatened her. He then picked up a metal bottle and threw it towards here, striking her in the head.
The victim said she began to yell for her son to call 911. After hearing this, McCabe ran out of the residence.
The victim was transported to ENH due to the injury she received during the altercation, where she felt dizzy and light headed.
Randall J. Butler, 45, 29 Nicholls St., Lockport was charged with second-degree assault July 15.
Patrol was dispatched to ENH Lockport for an assault report. When patrol arrived on scene the victim stated he was parking his vehicle outside of an East High Street residence when he was approached by Butler and two other unknown males.
Butler allegedly approached the victim in a threatening manner holding a long blunt object and struck the victim in the head behind this left ear. Butler reportedly called the victim a “rat” and also threatened him.
The victim was able to get away from the group and later went to the hospital for treatment. The victim suffered a large laceration to his head.
Justin K Giroux, 27, 183 Elmwood Ave., Lockport was charged with driving while intoxicated July 15.
Police observed a vehicle commit a traffic infraction and activated a stop. While interviewing the driver, the odor of an alcoholic beverage was on the driver’s breath.
The driver’s eyes were blood shot and his speech was slurred. Patrol had the driver exit the vehicle to perform field sobriety tests, which he failed.