Lockport police reports for the week of Oct. 15
Sarah A. Stokes, 27, 28 Fairchild Dr., Amherst was charged with reckless endangerment and leaving the scene of an auto accident Oct. 13.
On Oct. 5, patrol arrived on scene and spoke to the victim, a tow driver for Harrington. The victim stated he was dispatched to High Street to tow a vehicle from the lot per the property owner.
The victim was waiting for another worker to arrive when a female came up to the vehicle. She reportedly began yelling at the victim while he tried to explain to her why he was towing her vehicle.
The female made a phone call and a minute later two males showed up and reportedly began pushing the victim. A short time later the female allegedly got into the vehicle and appeared to be attempting to leave. The victim stood in front of the vehicle, but the driver continued moving.
The victim was on the hood of the car as Stokes pulled out of the lot and drove down Maple Street towards High Street. Shortly after, the driver was thrown off the vehicle.
The victim sustained a large scratch on his right forearm.
On Oct. 8, Stokes came to Lockport Police Department to give a statement. She allegedly stated she knowingly drove away with the victim on the car with the intention to attempt to remove him from her vehicle.
Kenneth W. Houghton, Jr., 31, 6 Walnut St., Apt. 2 Lockport was charged with disorderly conduct Oct. 14.
Patrol responded to Pat’s Place for a disturbance. Upon arrival, patrol spoke to Houghton and his father, who were both allegedly out of control and intoxicated. Patrol also spoke with the victim who said Houghton punched him in the face but didn’t want to pursue charged.
Houghton was told to leave the bar and not return for the night. As he went to leave, he reportedly began cursing and screaming outside. He was again told to leave quietly but reportedly did not.
Will Fredrick Volmy, 26, 324 Wyoming St., Buffalo was charged with driving while intoxicated Oct. 14.
The defendant was stopped on Church Street for a vehicle infraction. Upon interviewing the driver, there was a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage on his breath.
He was administered several field sobriety tests, which he failed.
Alexandrea J. Zavarella, 20, 246 Ontario St., Lockport was charged Monday with petit larceny, second-degree harassment and unlawful possession of marijuana
Patrol responded to a disturbance. While interviewing the victim, she stated she was inside Pizza Oven buying food and when she exited she was approached by Zavarella.
She said she was pushed several time and dropped her purse. Zavarella allegedly grabbed the victim’s wallet out of her purse and put it into her jacket. A witness, who was waiting on the victim, exited the car to try and defend her and chased after Zavarella.
The witness reportedly caught up to Zavarella and had an altercation. Zavarella dropped the wallet and the witness grabbed it and ran back to Pizza Oven. The victim told police there is $14 missing.
When police located Zavarella, a green leafy substance was found in her purse.
Jeffery P. Anzalone, 44, 6404 Badger Dr., Lockport was charged Tuesday with criminal possession of a controlled substance
Police received a civilian complaint that Anzalone was driving with a suspended license.
While an inventory of his vehicle was being done, a white plastic baggie containing 113 white oblong tablets with M358 on them, an orange pill bottle with 78 white oblong tablets and a clear plastic baggie with 18 yellow oblong tablets with v on one side and 3601 on the other were all found in a red clothing bag. All the tablets were confirmed to be hydrocodones.