Lockport police reports for the week of May 14
Danny D. Williams, 23, 18 East Ave., Apt. Upper, Batavia, was charged with third-degree attempted assault May 12.
Patrol received a call from the victim that said an unknown male punched him in the face, and he was now standing outside the building. When police arrived, they saw the man run inside the building. They found him in the hallway and asked him what the argument between him and a neighbor was about.
Williams stated he and another male were playing basketball when the game began to get rough. Williams stated the male got upset and punched him in the stomach then ran into the building and fell on the stairs, cutting his lip.
Patrol spoke to the victim who said he was playing basketball with Williams and when Williams became upset about how he was playing, he punched in with a closed fist.
Rodney E. Jones, 45, 82 Corinthia St., Apt. Lot 69, Lockport was charged with three counts of driving while intoxicated and various traffic violations May 13.
Patrol stopped a vehicle for a traffic violation. The driver stated he did not possess a valid license, and a check showed his driver status was revoked. While speaking with the driver, he reportedly had slurred speech and red, glassy eyes. Patrol also detected the odor of an alcoholic beverage on his breath.
The driver was given several field sobriety tests, which he failed.
Bryan S. Mussell, 24, 192 Grand St., Lockport was charged with aggravated harassment May 13.
The victim stated that she started receiving text messaged fro her ex-boyfriend, Mussell. The messages stated he was going to come take his daughter away from her, any way possible. She told police she responded to him by saying she would see him in family court at the end of the month.
The victim then allegedly received more than 200 messages from Mussell and he reportedly called her 29 times. She said she responded to some of the messages and calls and repeatedly told him to stop bothering her.
Barbara L. Thompson, 33, 317 Beattie Ave., Apt. 2, Lockport was charged with unlawful possession and endangering the welfare of a child May 13.
Patrol was dispatched to the area of Ruhlman Road in an attempt to locate a juvenile who was reported missing.
The child’s mother, Thompson, came to the police department and reported that she last saw her 9-year-old daughter on May 11, and she was supposed to be staying at a classmates house over the weekend.
She said she went to where her daughter was supposed to be and found she was not on location and had never spent the night or the weekend there. She told police she was then directed to another residents in the same complex and learned that her daughter had spent one night there but was last seen on May 12.
Officers checked the complex and the missing girl was located in front of another apartment, where she spent the second night.
It was learned that Thompson used to live at the complex a short time ago but was evicted after an apartment fire that her family caused. Since then, her daughter has returned to play with friends on occasion.
Through interviews, police learned that Thompson never actually knew where he daughter was staying the entire weekend and never confirmed any locations or sleep over’s with other parents. Throughout the interview process, Thompson changed her story numerous times to make up times when she spoke with her daughter.
At the time of her arrest, Thompson was found to also be in possession of marijuana that was in a Newport pack of cigarettes. The item field-tested positive for marijuana.
Alicia M. Pond, 21, 178 Green St., Apt. 1, Lockport was charged with unlawful possession of marijuana May 13.
Patrol was traveling on Main Street when they observed a vehicle commit a traffic infraction and executed a traffic stop.
Patrol approached the vehicle and interviewed the drive, which was reportedly very nervous and could not produce any identification. Patrol observed two open containers of alcohol and a green, leafy vegetable like substance in plain view. Pond stated there were possible narcotics in the vehicle. She exited the car and gave patrol permission to search the vehicle.
She was found to be in possession of a green, leafy substance on her person.
Edwin R. Cintron, 53, 255 Washington St., Apt. 3, Lockport was charged Monday with endangering the welfare of a child and third-degree attempted assault.
Patrol responded to 255 Washington St., in reference to a 911 call for a reported domestic incident. Upon arrival, patrol interviewed the victim, who was bleeding from the head.
The victim stated that he was involved in a verbal argument with Cintron that turned physical when Cintron picked up a glass vase and smashed it over his head.
Cintron told police that the victim threw himself on the ground and used broken glass to cut his own head.
Tyler E. Brigham, 23, 6 Bewley Parkway, Apt. Lower, Lockport was charged Monday with endangering the welfare of a child and criminal possession.
On May 9, officers were dispatched to Bewley Parkway to assist rescue with an unresponsive female.
Upon entering the residence, Brigham was found on the dining room floor and partially clothed. Joseph R. Butler, 180 Lake St., Wilson said he came home and found the female unconscious on the floor, where he started CPR.
They then observed a small infant standing in the dining room holding a syringe in his hand, without the needle.
Patrol found that Brigham had a pulse and was breathing slightly.
Butler continued to maintain that he had arrived home and found her in this condition.
During the course of the investigation, other used needles, unused needles, a spoon with an unknown residue on it, cotton swabs and other items that are consistent with drug activity were found.
The witness told police that both he and his girlfriend, Brigham are recovering from a drug addiction.
Throughout the investigation and while interviewing Butler, police reported that he appeared disoriented and his balance was off. His eyes were also allegedly glossy and he could not keep them open. Butler had a hard time maintaining focus and repeatedly stated that his mouth was dry and that he was cold, but he was sweating profusely. Butler advised officers that both he and Brigham did inject heroin. He stated that the child was in the residence at the time it took place.
Butler was charged with criminal possession of a hypodermic instrument and endangering the welfare of a child.
Ruben A. Ruiz, 23, 277 Beattie Ave., Apt. 4, Lockport was charged Wednesday with petit larceny.
On April 17, patrol responded to Eastern Niagara Hospital, Lockport for a report of a larceny.
According to the victim, Nicole L. Rosselli came to the ER for treatment and was placed in a room. She stated Ruiz was in the room with her. The victim said she place a bottle of lidocaine in the cabinet in the room, next to a separate half full bottle. Both bottles were missing when the two left.
She said Rosselli and Ruis were the only two with opportunity to take the medication.