City of Lockport Police reports for the week of Sept. 10
Patrick T. Forys, 52, 5955 Robinson Road, Lockport was charged with second-degree harassment Sept. 8.
Police responded to Main Street for a report of a fight at the Redmen Club.
Upon arrival, patrol spoke with Karen M. Siuta, 2342 Fuller Road, Burt, who stated she was involved in a verbal argument with Forys inside the bar. The argument continued outside, at which point the victim attempted to intervene and diffuse the situation.
Forys allegedly turned to the victim and threatened him. He then reportedly struck him in the face with his fist several times causing pain and bleeding from the victim’s nose and face.
While patrol was investigating the situation, Siuta yelled threats at Forys. She was told several times by patrol to stop yelling at him and to refrain from using profanity as several patrons from the Redmen bar had gathered outside.
Siuta reportedly continued to yell causing alarm and annoyance to others. She was arrested and transported without incident.
At 7:57 p.m. on Sept. 8, the City of Lockport Police Department responded to the area of the Stevens Street Bridge for a report of a suicidal male.
A female caller stated her husband was on the bridge and was going to commit suicide by jumping into the Erie Canal. Police responded to the area and was able to utilize department negotiators to speak with the 58-year-old Sanborn resident.
They were able to successfully lead the male off the bridge and transport him to the police department. Rural Metro then took the male for evaluation.
The combined efforts of the Lockport police and fire departments prevented a potentially tragic event.
Marquis J. Caliz, 23, 76 Mohawk St., Rochester was charged with disorderly conduct and unlawful possession of marijuana Sept. 8.
Patrol observed several parties fighting in the parking lot of Sub Delicious. Caliz was observed swinging a bat at several people in the lot. Patrol took Caliz into custody.
While investigating the fight, dispatch advised patrol that people who had guns and knives in their possession occupied a grey Cadillac in the lot.
Officers executed a felony traffic stop on the vehicle and the listed parties were detained from the vehicle for officer safety. Patrol located six knives in the back seat of the vehicle.
No guns were located. All parties in the vehicle were interviewed and released. The knives were confiscated for safekeeping.
Caliz was arrested on the listed charges and transported to police for booking. Caliz has several injuries on his person, which he sustained in the fight prior to patrol arrival. Lockport Fire Department treated the injuries.
While being searched during booking, a quantity of suspected marijuana was located in Caliz’s left side pocked. He was also in possession of $1470.30.
Quentin A. Holliday, 19, 326 High St., Apt. 2, Lockport was charged Monday with criminal mischief.
Patrol responded to Ontario Street for a report of criminal mischief. Upon arriving, patrol interviewed the victim who stated he was inside his home when he heard spray paint being sprayed.
He reported he looked outside and saw a male walking away from his residence and walking up to 210 Ontario St.
Police interviewed the residents of 210 Ontario St., who said a male matching the description provided by the victim was inside. The suspect was identified and taken into custody.
Trent A. Hamilton, 30, 95 Niagara St., Apt. Lower, Lockport was charged Tuesday with third-degree criminal mischief.
The victim came to the Lockport Police Department to report when she arrived to pick up her boyfriend at his apartment the two began arguing over not answering her phone. The victim said she did not want to argue and began walking to her vehicle and upon entering she locked the doors.
Hamilton allegedly slammed the passenger side mirror causing it to break and scratch in the passenger door. Total amount of damage is $400.