Niagara Falls man and woman lead authorities on chase – West Seneca Bee

23July 2020

  Sunday, July 12 An Oakridge Drive citizen reported she got back to find her screen door and blinds open, and she was worried an intruder may have been within. Patrol inspected the house and situated no indications it had actually been gotten into; it appeared the open door might have been an oversight by the complainant’s teenage child.

A 53-year-old male and a 39-year-old female from Niagara Falls were arrested following a high-speed car pursuit. A witness observed the guy breaking windows at a local ice cream shop and after that getting away in a red lorry. Officers attempted to pull the car over, but the male motorist refused to stop, leading officers on a chase through multiple jurisdictions that finally ended in the City of Niagara Falls. The automobile had been stolen from Niagara Falls, and the male and woman matched the descriptions of suspects in two other robberies– one in Cheektowaga and one in the Town of Tonawanda. Furthermore, the guy was intoxicated and stopped working sobriety tests. Both suspects were charged with criminal possession of taken home in the fourth degree and unauthorized use of a motor vehicle. The female was also charged with conspiracy in the sixth degree. The male was likewise charged with driving while intoxicated, criminal mischief in the 3rd degree, unlawfully leaving a policeman in a motor vehicle in the 3rd degree, ownership of burglar tools, reckless driving, and a slew of other traffic infractions.

A Brookside Drive resident reported someone entered her vehicle overnight, stole the keys to her boyfriend’s vehicle from within and then took her boyfriend’s car. The cars and truck was recuperated the next day by Buffalo Police at an address in the city.

The owner of a pizzeria on Clinton Street reported someone smashed windows and tried to gain entry to business. Investigators are investigating.

Authorities responded to a Clinton Street address for a landlord/tenant disagreement. The property owner mentioned the occupant has undesirable visitors and trash at the property. Nothing criminal occurred; the property owner was described Town Code Enforcement.

A Collins Avenue local reported a suspicious SUV driving up and down the street for numerous hours. When patrol arrived, the vehicle was gone.

Officers and firefighters from Winchester and Seneca Hose pipe responded to a Dumpster fire at Multisorb on Harlem Road. The fire was quickly extinguished. There were no indications it was purposefully set.

Police responded to a report of a fight on Union Roadway near Woodward Drive. When they showed up, they encountered a group of pals arguing about whether to walk or drive home. Some chose to walk; others decided to call for a trip.

A Ludwig Opportunity resident reported there was a raccoon trapped in his garbage carry. Patrol safely launched the animal into the wooded location at the end of the street.

A Kelsey Drive local reported products were missing from the home’s basement, possibly stolen by his previous tenant.

Patrols responded to Woodward Drive for a report of a male and a female arguing in the street. The drunk neighbors had a misconception; both went home for the night.

Overall calls: 79

Monday, July 13

A Center Roadway resident reported she observed some sort of exchange between and pedestrian and the chauffeur of a suspicious car. The chauffeur was playing Pokemon GO, and was advised to move along.

Officers and Reserve and Seneca Tube firefighters responded to a Berg Road address for a garage on fire. The fire was restricted to the removed garage. Detectives are still working to determine the cause.

A Center Road resident reported she is getting bugging text messages from a known topic. Authorities reached him and advised him to stop interacting with her.

A group of youths were reported to be climbing on a big dirt and rock stack at a building website near the 210/90 interchange. They were encouraged by officers to find someplace more secure to play, and complied.

A 39-year-old Buffalo guy was apprehended, following a hit-and-run motor vehicle accident. Officers located the guy driving the striking lorry, which had actually been stolen out of the City of Buffalo. He was charged with leaving the scene of an accident, intensified unlicensed operation in the 2nd degree, criminal possession of stolen home in the fourth degree, unauthorized use of an automobile and following too carefully.

Authorities reacted to Slade Opportunity for a report of a male with no shoes on, holding a sign and encountering traffic. Patrol assisted him in getting back to Lackawanna.

A Theresa Court citizen reported unknown suspect( s) gotten unemployment benefits utilizing her name and Social Security number.

Overall calls: 59

Tuesday, July 14

Police observed a suspicious lorry with two people sleeping inside parked at the Harlem Roadway boat launch over night. The residents stated they had nowhere else to sleep. They were however recommended to move along.

Patrol reacted to two reports of youths on the property at a regional Recreational Vehicle dealer over night. Cops were unable to locate any youths on either occasion.

Officers reacted to a property damage automobile mishap on the 219 entryway ramp from Ridge Road. One chauffeur had stopped to enable ducks to cross the roadway and was rear-ended by the other driver.

Patrol reacted to Greenmeadow Drive for a report of the front pail of a Bobcat tractor having been taken. Following some investigative legwork, officers figured out the bucket had been picked up by workers of a landscaping business, who wrongly thought it was put out for garbage due its distance to the curb. The container was gone back to the appreciative owner.

A Duerstein Street citizen reported a male was’s resting on a front yard on the block. He had chosen to pick up a nap, was roused by patrol and sent on his method.

Staff at a local dentist’s workplace reported they were threatened by a previous client, who was dismissed from the practice due to his irregular behavior and anger over COVID-19 policies.

A Do-gooder kipped down a bag that he found along Transit Roadway. The owner concerned the station to obtain her home.

A concerned resident reported seeing individuals scaling the fence surrounding the radio tower in Dorrance Park. The men were professionals performing deal with the tower.

Patrols responded to a fight on the basketball courts at Harlem Roadway Park. There was no battle; simply some kids roughhousing.

A Seneca Street local reported he was being bothered by his roomie’s female pal. Both were discovered to be bugging one another over text. They were encouraged to leave each other be.

Overall calls: 71

Wednesday, July 15

Authorities reacted to a two-car accident at Union and Center roads. One car ran the traffic signal, striking the other. The driver of the striking vehicle specified he was distracted by a deer. He was released a traffic ticket for passing a red signal.

A Bellwood Opportunity local reported 6 to 7 males were strolling down the street “trying” door handles. Officers located a group of youths playing Pokémon GO, encouraged them and sent them on their method.

A 33-year-old West Seneca guy was apprehended following a traffic stop, after it was found his automobile’s registration was suspended and he had no car insurance. He was launched on traffic tickets.

An Angelacrest Lane local reported seeing a suspicious male go into an automobile parked on the street, take items and after that leave in a different car. Officers located the subject, who was retrieving some of his home from the parked vehicle, which belongs to his parents.

Patrol reacted to a report of unlawful dumping at a Bosse Lane address. The property owner was taking apart a shed and putting the debris into a Dumpster for proper disposal.

A Century Drive resident she was scammed out of $500 by somebody declaring to be an Amazon representative. The fraudster mentioned he required access to her bank account to fix expected deceptive charges on her Amazon account.

A Dirkson Opportunity local reported somebody “egged” her house and automobile, left utilized toilet tissue in her mailbox and defecated on her front porch.

A Burch Avenue homeowner reported he lent $200 to an associate, who was now declining to pay the money back and threatened the plaintiff when he requested for the cash.

A Norwood Avenue local reported unidentified suspects dented her automobile and damaged the gas cap while the automobile was parked at the soccer complex.

A Lorraine Location homeowner reported an automobile was repeatedly driving by his home, and the chauffeur was harassing him. The woman was searching for her dog, which had actually gotten loose. She was encouraged to avoid the plaintiff’s residential or commercial property.

Officers reacted to Sunshine Park for a report of disorderly conduct. A verbal confrontation occurred between numerous umpires, who were changing behind their automobiles after a video game, and a neighbor across the street, who implicated the umpires of “exposing” themselves. At no time were the umpires using less than bicycle shorts and T-shirts. The neighbor declined to answer his door and speak to patrols.

Total calls: 58

Thursday, July 16

Officers reacted to 56 calls related to the torrential downpours– flooded streets, sewage backups and traffic signals malfunctioning.

An East & & West Road local requested officers check her yard for a burglar, because he dog would not stop barking. Officers situated no human beings, just some small animals that may have intrigued the dog.

A Bellwood Avenue citizen reported that someone got her Social Security number and fraudulently requested a mortgage in her name.

Police reacted to Kelsey Drive for a continuous landlord/tenant disagreement. The property owner reported the occupant, whom he is attempting to kick out, harmed his surveillance cameras. Officers were later on recalled for a report that both parties had actually physically gone after one another. The proprietor was encouraged of the eviction procedure; neither celebration had visible injuries.

Management at Delta Sonic on Langner Roadway reported a cars and truck battery had been stolen from the vehicle shop lobby one week prior.

Overall calls: 117

Friday, July 10

Police reacted to a gasoline station on Seneca Street for a report of customer problem. A client was reportedly giving the clerk a hard time and not using a mask. The customer was refunded and hesitantly left the shop.

A Wildwood Location citizen reported unidentified suspect(s) threw bricks at her lorry overnight, damaging it.

A suspicious male was reported to be sleeping inside an automobile in front of a Parkside Opportunity address. Patrol made contact with the homeowner, who stated the male is her sweetheart and he is welcome there.

A Cove Creek Run resident reported somebody went into the home’s garage and took two cellphones. Prior to authorities arrival, the complainant called back to cancel. The citizens had found their mobile phones.

Patrols responded to a Clinton Street address, where unknown suspect(s) attempted to burglarize a building that is still under construction. The owner discovered damage to numerous doors and siding; however, it did not appear anything had actually been taken.

Police observed a female taking pallets from a Seneca Street store. She was encouraged and provided a warning.

Cops received a 911 hangup call from a Conner Court address. Officers reached the owner through phone, who specified he was not home and no one need to be in your home. Patrols examined the house and found it secure.

Total calls: 79

Saturday, July 18

Patrol responded to a call reporting “shots fired” near Seneca Street and Harlem Road. A search of the location showed up nothing.

Officers reacted to a Seneca Street address, where a male was reported to be outside the home yelling at teenagers. The homeowner was encouraged of the sound regulation. All parties provide who did not live at your house were distributed.

Cops reacted to the soccer complex for a deer stuck in a soccer internet. Officers effectively freed the animal.

A Potters Roadway homeowner reported an autographed football helmet worth $700 was taken from his patio overnight. Video from a Ring doorbell video camera will be utilized to attempt to identify the suspect.

A Park Meadow Drive homeowner reported he was the victim of scams. He acquired a boat that was noted for sale on Craigslist, allegedly by a Seattle, Washington-based business. After wiring the company more than $14,000, he never got the boat.

A male reported his debit card was stuck in the ATM of a Union Roadway bank. Officers were not able to free the card; the plaintiff was recommended to contact the bank to cancel the card.

A 28-year-old West Seneca female was arrested for shoplifting approximately $70 worth of product from a supermarket on Harlem Road. She was charged with petit larceny and launched on a look ticket.

Total calls: 82

(Editors note: The Bee’s authorities blotter is a sampling of uncommon, often humorous calls received by the cops department. It is not planned to be a total record of all incidents reported.)


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