Lockport police reports for the week of Dec. 3
Rodriquez A. Bembo, 40, 274 Church St., Apt. 3, Lockport was charged Monday with criminal possession.
Patrol responded to the above location to assist probation. Patrol spoke to the probation supervisor, who said he was at a home visit. He stated he looked through the front door and saw Bembo with a light blue bag in his hand in the kitchen. He knocked on the door and Bembo allegedly walked into the back bedroom and a second individual answered the door.
The witness said he searched Bembo’s bedroom, which is the room he walked into with the blue bag. The bag was located outside the backdoor of the room. Inside was several small, clear plastic baggies containing a green leafy vegetable matter. There were approximately four ounces combined in all the bags.
Brandon R. McKinney, 31, 46 Spalding St., Apt. Upper, Lockport was charged Monday with unauthorized use of a vehicle and fourth-degree criminal mischief.
Patrol responded to Garden Street for a call of a woman with a butcher knife. Patrol arrived on scene and encountered the victim. She was calm and no longer had the knife in hand.
Upon interviewing the victim, patrol learned her boyfriend, McKinney, had just left the residence in her car without her permission. He also allegedly grabbed her, threw her on her bed and pushed her in the head.
She also stated when he went outside she shut and locked her exterior door. He then kicked the door and pushed his way inside causing damage.
Elizabeth A. Marlett, 28, 17 Genesee St., Apt. 4, Lockport was charged Tuesday with petit larceny.
Patrol responded and spoke with the victim who was standing on Main Street. She stated she was in her apartment Monday when she heard someone knocking on her neighbor’s door repeatedly. The victim looked outside and she saw a female and asked if she could help her. The woman, later identified as Marlett, allegedly responded she needed change.
The victim showed Marlett she only had $48 in cash but if she got her keys she could get change out of her car.
The victim set the money down on her table and went to retrieve her keys. When she returned, the female was walking down the hallway. The victim followed her downstairs when she stated she did not need change anymore. When questioned about the money on the table, Marlett reportedly attempted to run away.
The victim caught up to her and they began to fight, finding the $48 in her hand. The female eventually ran away and the victim was able to get her money back.
Elizabeth A. Proper Tall, 22, 3959 Dickersonville Road, Ransomville was charged Tuesday with driving while intoxicated.
While on routine patrol, a vehicle was observed traveling north on Locust Street. The vehicle’s left front headlight was not working properly. A stop was conducted, and upon interviewing the driver, she stated she had smoke marijuana about 10 minutes ago. The driver performed field sobriety exercises and was taken into custody.
David L. Alfonso, 28, 54 High St., Apt. 2, Lockport was charged Tuesday with third-degree menacing.
Patrol responded to Church Street to take a report of menacing. Patrol interviewed the victim, who stated Alfonso, her daughter’s boyfriend, made several verbal threats directly to her that placed her in serious fear for her safety.
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Cheryl A. Wright, 50, of the Town of Lockport was charged with third-degree grand larceny and falsely reporting an incident in relations to two incidents in the Town of Lockport Nov. 30.
Wright, who had been the secretary for the Lockport Bowling Boosters Club, allegedly stole more than $5,000 from the fund that was used to pay for items, including trophies and award banquets associated with the Lockport High School Bowling team.
At the time the bowling boosters club was reporting the lost of funds to the Lockport Police Department, Wright filed a burglary report with the Sheriff’s office stating $4,000 was stolen from her home. An investigation revealed the theft did not occur and it was an attempt to cover up the loss of money.
Amber Richardson, 24, of the Town of Lockport was charged with second-degree assault and endangering the welfare of a child Nov. 30.
This was in relation to an incident that occurred Nov. 21, in which a 3-year-old child, in the care of Richardson, suffered a physical injury.