>Lockport police probe stabbings, home invasion
Lockport City police detectives interviewed witnesses and possible suspects Tuesday night in a multiple stabbing and an apparent home invasion in separate parts of the city.
Police said the incidents are unrelated.
Police and emergency crews were called to 13 William St. just after 8:30 p.m. after a report that several people were stabbed there. Police also were called to an apparent home invasion at 359 West Ave.
Details remained sketchy late Tuesday as police investigated both incidents
Identities of the stabbing victims and their injuries were not released.
>Tractor-trailer carrying tires flips in Lockport
LOCKPORT -- A tractor-trailer carrying tires from Catskill to a city recycling plant rolled over Tuesday morning within sight of its final stop on Ohio Street.
Keith C. Smith, 52, of South Cairo, a driver for Casings Inc., walked away from the wreck uninjured, but a section of the road was closed for several hours, and three telephone poles were damaged, said City of Lockport Fire Department Capt. Lou Farina.
Farina said Smith, heading north, was rounding a sharp curve at about 8:45 a.m. on Ohio Street, in front of Newfane Lumber, and felt his load shift, which caused the truck to flip over.
The Niagara County Health Department was called to assess damage caused by leaking hydraulic fuels, and absorbent pillows were used to soak up any leakage, Farina said. No diesel fuel was reported leaking, he said.
>Three arrested on drug and weapons charges
LOCKPORT -- A city woman and two Rochester men, including one man wanted on a Monroe County rape charge, were arrested by city police and Niagara County sheriff's deputies late Monday on drug and weapons charges.
Charged with two misdemeanor counts and two felony counts of possession of weapon, two counts of felony possession of stolen property and criminal possession of a controlled substance were: Rachel S. Padilla, 37, of Lincoln Place, and Jermain C. Lloyd, 23, and Jovone E. Glass, both of Rochester. Lloyd also was charged with second-degree menacing.
The incident began just after 7 p.m. on Genesee Street, with the report of damaged property and unwelcome people with a handgun.
City police said they were able to trace the three to an apartment on Lincoln Place in the Town of Lockport several hours later.