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NIAGARA FALLS POLICE CALLS

FRIDAY
P.M.

4:30 -- 402 Niagara St., Wilson Farms, arrest. Debra A. Le May, 35, of Seventh Street, charged with petit larceny after an assistant manager said she took a bag of kitty litter.

5:30 -- 1943 Niagara St., larceny. A woman said someone took her bike from the front porch.

5:42 -- 4200 block of Crescent Drive, endangering the welfare of a child. A woman said a man in a van tried to lure her 7-year-old son into the van, but the boy ran away.

5:55 -- 81st Street and Niagara Falls Boulevard, arrest. Mark C. Zerilli, 39, of Grand Avenue, charged with failure to appear.

6:29 -- 520 Hyde Park Blvd., Public Safety Building, arrest. Ann R. Fuller, 25, of Spruce Avenue, charged with petit larceny.

7:03 -- 18th Street and Willow Avenue, harassment. A woman said a girl accused her of going into a crack house, swore at her and threatened to kill her. The girl then pulled her into her vehicle, and the woman jumped out. The girl chased her, pushed her against a fence and tried to hit her. The girl also filed a report saying the woman was a crack addict and that she was afraid she would hurt her.

8:50 -- 200 block of 15th Street, escape. Police said a man was arrested on a domestic dispute warrant but escaped before they were able to handcuff him.

9:15 -- 649 Rainbow Blvd., arrest. Raymond J. Richardson Jr., 43, of Rainbow Boulevard, charged with sexual abuse.

11:39 -- 519 1/2 Fourth St., burglary and criminal mischief. A woman said someone broke a window at her apartment and took her TV, stereo and two speakers.

11:40 -- 600 19th St., arrest. Jason P. Croteau, 22, of Mississauga, Ont., charged with driving while intoxicated and making an improper right turn.

SATURDAY
A.M.

1:45 -- 9890 Niagara Falls Blvd., arrests. Patti A. Hockenberry, 20, of Pierce Avenue, charged with unlawful possession of marijuana, and Frank J. Marino, 21, of Niagara Falls Boulevard, charged with endangering the welfare of a child, unlawful possession of marijuana and assault for hitting a woman after he was released from jail.

2:05 -- 1220 Falls St., Holloway Inn, assault. A woman said a woman and two girls jumped her in the restroom, and one hit her in the face with what she thought was a glass. All three then punched and kicked her several times in the back of her head and stomach.

2:49 -- 2600 Main St., arrest. Timothy C. Montagna, 41, of Roselle Avenue, charged with driving while intoxicated, aggravated unlicensed operation, passing a red light and no proof of insurance.

3:55 -- 2300 Pine Ave., arrests. Stanley J. Sciera II, 32, of Walnut Avenue, charged with disorderly conduct, and Michael C. Haley, 31, of North Avenue, charged with felony driving while intoxicated, no seat belt and failure to stop.

4:25 -- Highland and Centre avenues, arrests. Ricky Q. Caldwell, 31, of South Gate, charged with disorderly conduct and resisting arrest, and Kenneth N. Bones, 29, of Eighth Street, charged with disorderly conduct.

4:27 -- 86th Street and Niagara Falls Boulevard, arrest. David C. Richmond, 28, of 78th Street, charged with disorderly conduct.

6:02 -- 2200 block of Pierce Avenue, arrests. Ondre L. Florence, 27, of Rochester; Jules T. Starks, 51, of Jordan Gardens; Tony P. Kelly, 29, of Highland Avenue; and Nolan C. Parris, 31, of South Gate, all charged with unauthorized use of a motor vehicle.

8:40 -- 901 Main St., Armory, larceny. Someone took a U.S. flag and Prisoner of War flag from the flag pole overnight.

9 -- 8320 Niagara Falls Blvd., McDonald's, arrest. Henry E. Cutshaw, 18, of Revere Street, North Tonawanda, charged with petit larceny and criminal possession of stolen property after a woman said he took her purse with $106, $50 in food stamps and check book.

9:56 -- 918 Niagara Ave., petit larceny. A woman said a man took her house keys sometime after midnight and will not return them.

11:30 -- 3071 Macklem Ave., attempted burglary. A woman said someone entered her aunt and uncle's house after breaking a storm door window, took the hinges off of the kitchen door and left a shovel brought in from the garage, but nothing appeared to be have been stolen or disturbed.

11:40 -- 1100 block of Linwood Avenue, harassment. A 14-year-old boy said a man ordered him to leave a residence and threatened him and a friend with a baseball bat. As they crossed 11th Street near Harry F. Abate School, the man also tried to run them down with a vehicle.

P.M.

1:10 -- 22nd Street and Pierce Avenue, criminal mischief. A woman said a woman scratched the side and back of her car with a key overnight.

3:30 -- 958 Buffalo Ave., Nabisco, harassment. A man said a man threatened to shoot him and cut him Friday.

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