Weekly Feature



2015-08-05 / Police Blotter

Angry woman urinates in grocery store lot

Monday, July 27

• A resident of Sherbrooke Drive reported that the rear window of her vehicle was smashed out of the frame. The resident said the damage occurred overnight.

• On Eltham Drive, a resident reported that a bicycle was stolen from his garage. The man said the theft occurred within a one-hour time period when the garage door was open.

• A clerk at a Sheridan Drive convenience store reported that an unknown person stole two lighters from the business. He provided a description of the person to police.

Tuesday, July 28

• Two juveniles were arrested for allegedly shoplifting from a Niagara Falls Boulevard business. They were apprehended by store security and transported to police headquarters for arrest processing.

• On Rockdale Drive, a resident reported that one of the windows in his car was smashed by an unknown person.

• A resident of Washington Highway reported that a group of teenagers were listening to loud music and yelling at each other on a nearby football field. The resident said the noise was becoming a nuisance.

Police responded to the area and advised the youths to keep the noise level at a minimum.

Wednesday, July 29

• An employee of an Eggert Road convenience store reported that a female stole a six-pack of beer from the business. According to the employee, the woman fled the area in a teal Buick that had decorative pink eyelashes at the top of the headlights.

• A resident of Travers Circle reported that the driver’s side mirror of her vehicle was removed by an unknown person. The resident said the mirror was intentionally placed near a tire and she accidentally ran it over with the vehicle.

• On Chaumont Drive, a resident reported that his house and vehicle were shot with a paint gun overnight.

Thursday, July 30

• At a Sheridan Drive business, an employee reported that her wallet was stolen sometime during the workday.

• A woman was arrested for allegedly shoplifting at a Niagara Falls Boulevard electronics store. She was apprehended by store security and transported to police headquarters for arrest processing.

• A resident of Bernhardt Drive reported that an unknown person entered his vehicle overnight and stole several items, including a GPS device. The vehicle was reportedly unlocked at the time of the incident.

Friday, July 31

• A manager of a Main Street restaurant reported that an employee was becoming “mouthy” about following orders pertaining to her job. The manager said she became upset and threw a bunch of straws inside the business.

• On Hummingbird Lane, a resident reported that an unknown person rang her doorbell and then left before she could answer the door. She thought the incident may have been caused by area youths.

• A patron of a Millersport Highway business reported that his vehicle was damaged by a key twice in one day. He said the damage may have occurred at an area hotel.

Saturday, Aug. 1

• On Hartford Road, a resident reported that his truck was entered overnight by an unknown person. He said the vehicle was locked but there were no signs of forced entry. He also reported that items may have been moved on his wife’s dresser inside the home.

• A woman wearing tan pants and a blue coat reportedly pulled down her pants and urinated in front of a Main Street grocery store. The woman reportedly committed the act after becoming angry with store employees and nearby customers.

• A man was arrested for allegedly shoplifting from a Transit Road department store. He was apprehended by store security and accused of attempting to leave the lot with several video games.

(Editor’s note: The Bee’s police blotter is a sampling of unusual calls received by the police department. It is not intended to be a complete record of all incidents reported.)

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