Lockport police reports for the week of April 16
Adrion L. Dobbs, 23, 6 John St., Lockport was charged with petit larceny and second-degree harassment April 14.
On April 13, police responded to a domestic incident that occurred on April 12. Police interviewed the victim who stated her ex-boyfriend were watching television when she said something he did not like. She said he allegedly got in her face and poked her chest threatening her. When she went to get up, Dobbs allegedly pushed her back on the chair and reclined it, getting in her face again.
She ran across the street to a house and asked two men to escort her to her residence after Dobbs had left. They did and when she arrived home she found her car keys valued at $300 and house keys valued at $10 had been taken.
Deborah L. Woodruff, 43, 80 Gabriel Dr., Apt. B, Lockport was charged Monday with third-degree attempted assault and criminal trespass.
Patrol responded to a report of two females in an altercation. Patrol interviewed the victim, who stated that while she was having a party at her place, Woodruff came into her apartment uninvited several times and tried to start a fight.
Woodruff was repeatedly told to leave and not come back. The third time she entered the apartment with an empty beer bottle and struck the victim in the head.
While patrol was interviewing the victim, Woodruff allegedly ran out of her apartment with an empty beer bottle in her hand screaming at the victim.
Jane E. Olear, 23 Prentice St., 45, Lockport was charged Monday with petit larceny.
On March 31, patrol responded and spoke with the caller who stated that he had allowed Olear to stay in his apartment for about a month. Over the past month, the victim had noticed small things missing from his apartment. The victim accused Olear of this and told her he wanted her to move out by the end of the day.
When he returned home he found Olear not at his apartment but found 40 of his morphine pills were missing.
Jacob S. Ruhl, 21, 115 South St., Apt. 3, Lockport was charged Monday with second-degree criminal contempt.
Patrol responded for a criminal contempt report. While interviewing the victim, she stated she was sitting on her porch and Ruhl proceeded to walk past her residence several times. He then allegedly went to the end of the street and yelled her name and ran. There is currently a full stay away order of protection on the victim from the suspect.
Cedric R. Carpenter, 18, 17 Walnut St., Apt. Side Upper, Batavia was charged Monday with petit larceny.
On March 26, police responded to a larceny report. The victim stated that Carpenter came to her house and removed a Kodak camera, valued at $390, and a Panasonic portable DVD player, valued at $290, and left.
Robert L. Jones, 38, 425 Ohio St., Apt. 4, Lockport was charged Wednesday with resisting arrest, obstruction of governmental administration, unlawful possession of marijuana and criminal possession of a controlled substance.
A vehicle was observed committing a traffic infraction and was pulled over. When the vehicle stopped, the driver exited the car. Police then ordered him back into the vehicle, but the driver fled on foot.
Patrol found the suspect laying on the west side of the rear porch on a Caledonia Street home. Patrol ordered Jones to show his hands and to get up. The suspect allegedly refused and placed both hands in his pockets, causing police to activate a taser.
Jones was able to break the wires and continued running west on Caledonia Street. He was then located behind a shed of another Caledonia Street home.
Patrol once again ordered Jones to show his hands and he refused. A taser was activated with a drive stun to the back. Jones then placed his hands behind his back.
While inventorying the suspectís vehicle, police observed the odor of marijuana was coming from inside the vehicle. A small green zip lock bag was located under the arm rest, which had an off white powder inside. Also, a small clear plastic bag was located between the center console and the driverís seat, which contained an off white rocky substance.
Both the powder and off white substance field-tested positive for the presence of cocaine. In the vehicleís ashtray, a green leafy vegetable matter wrapped in brown paper was found. That matter field-tested positive for the presence of marijuana.
Ashley M. Shackelford, 30, 84 Erie St., Apt. 2, Lockport was charged Wednesday with petit larceny, false impersonation and criminal possession.
Patrol responded to a larceny report. The victim told patrol that while he was in the shower, he believed one of two people removed $80 from his wallet without permission. He said both the male and female left the scene in a black Honda.
A vehicle matching that vehicle description was located and a traffic stop was conducted. Both suspects were found in the vehicle. While interviewing Shackelford, she stated that her name was Ashley Green, in an attempt to evade outstanding warrants. She also admitted to police that the stolen money was under the passenger seat where she was sitting.
Donald R. Neal, 26, 29 Fairway Road, Newark, Del. Was charged Wednesday with failure to stop for a school buss and aggravated unlicensed operation.
The defendant was observed operating a vehicle in the parking lot of Charles Upson School, at which time he passed a stopped school bus in the lot, which had its red lights flashing and a stop sign extended. It was subsequently learned that the defendantís driving privileges were suspended.