Multiple charges filed on two area teens
Corey W. Haseley, 18, 6118 Prospect St., Newfane and Dylan L. Roberts, 18, 2500 Parker Road, Ransomville were charged with petit larceny, fourth-degree criminal mischief, criminal possession of stolen property and third-degree auto stripping July 7.
They were also charged with attempted petit larceny July 8.
On July 7, patrol responded to the area of Grand Street for a report of two males attempting to break into vehicles. Upon arriving, patrol observed two males walking east on Grand street and a white mini van was following behind them.
While interviewing the victim, who was the driver of the mini van, she stated she was standing in her kitchen when she looked out of the window and saw Roberts pulling on the door handle of her vehicle and Haseley was standing next to him.
The victim reportedly opened her door and yelled at them and the suspects walked away. She then got into her vehicle and called the police as she followed the suspects.
Patrol also responded to a petit larceny report, where the victim stated that some time after 2 a.m. an unknown suspect entered his unlocked vehicle, while it was parked in the driveway.
Several items from the vehicle were taken that included a black Eclipse 4000 CD player, valued at $250 and a silver mp3 player, valued at $250.
Patrol also located a large amount of blood inside the vehicle not belonging to the victim.
Another victim reported to police that some time after 3 a.m., an unknown suspect entered her two unlocked vehicle that were parked in her driveway. The first vehicle was missing $4 in loose change that was in the front cup holder. The second was missing a $250 GPS with charger, and a blood pressure cuff, valued at $75. The cuff was not taken by the suspects, but was covered in blood.
A fourth victim reported to police that the two suspects came to her home with lacerations in the middle of the night. The victim told police she had befriended Hasley and was helping him with rehab.
She said she gave them first aid, but they were refusing further treatment. The victim reported the two were difficult to deal with and she told them to leave, and they did.
According to reports, the suspects left a lot of blood behind and the victim later found her key set missing, along with her Motorola cell phone.
Police had arrived at the fourth victim’s home to investigate blood trails and criminal mischief to vehicles in the area.
The victim also found that the suspects had used a vehicle. The vehicle had been driven into a residence, damaging the vehicle and the building. The victim knew the vehicle had bad brakes and to the victim’s knowledge no one was to drive it.
The victim believes the vehicle keys were in it, but did not see the suspects drive the vehicle. On the front seat of the vehicle was a property receipt from Lockport Police Department for miscellaneous items taken from the suspects earlier in the morning.
At about noon July 8, Hasley and Roberts came to the police department to recover stolen property, which they allegedly stole from numerous victims overnight. Police had taken the stolen property they sought as evidence of potential crimes when the two were located on Grand Street early that morning. Police refused to return the stolen property to the suspects pending further investigation.
The fourth victim came to the police department at 1:45 p.m. to identify her key set and cell phone that were found on Hasley. According to police, he had the items on him when he came to claim the stolen property.
The victim did positively identify her key set and cell phone as being the items missing from her apartment after she treated the two for lacerations.
Charges are pending on damage to the house and unauthorized use of a motor vehicle.