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From the blotter / Niagara County police calls, Sept. 9 to 10

> Sept. 9

* A man was killed in a motorcycle accident following a high-speed chase with New York State Police. Troopers said the driver, Terry Feeley, 39, of Whitney Avenue, Niagara Falls, was traveling at a high rate of speed to evade police on Hyde Park Boulevard at 10:22 p.m. and slid off the roadway, when he failed to negotiate a curve. He died in the emergency room of Mount St. Mary's Hospital.

* Niagara Falls police said $600 worth of cleaning supplies and tools were stolen from a vacant Ontario Avenue building during the past week, the owner, a Wilson resident, reported. Among the items stolen was a Shop Vac, as well as eight to 10 antique doorknobs. A basement window screen was cut to gain entry.

* An elderly Third Street woman told Niagara Falls police that someone broke into her apartment through a window sometime Thursday, stealing $1,100 worth of jewelry.

* A 74th Street woman told Niagara Falls police her wallet was stolen at about 4 p.m. while she was at a dentist appointment with her daughter in the Hamilton B. Mizer Building on 10th Street. She said she set the wallet down briefly and it was taken. It contained $65 and credit cards.

* A domestic incident in the 2400 block of Ferry Avenue led to the 6:45 p.m. arrest of Ninth Street resident Maurice A. Hill, 33, Niagara Falls police said. He was charged with two counts of second-degree criminal mischief, as well as two counts of harassment.

* A Memorial Parkway woman told Niagara Falls police she left her purse outside momentarily at about 7:30 p.m. and, upon returning for it, found it had been stolen. It contained $45 and a benefits card.

> Sept. 10

* A domestic incident at his residence led to the 4 a.m. arrest of Fifth Street resident Michael G. Lammonds, 40, Niagara Falls police said. He was charged with third-degree assault, harassment, fourth-degree criminal mischief and unlawful imprisonment.

* Gregory M. Wood, 48, of Virginia, was charged with third-degree assault and harassment at 5:56 p.m. after he reportedly attacked a 20-year-old city resident in the 2700 block of Pine Avenue, Niagara Falls police said. Wood told police he was defending himself because he thought the man was going to attack him.

* Various power tools, including a drill, a nailer and a paint gun, were stolen during a break-in at a Willow Avenue garage sometime between Thursday and Saturday, Niagara Falls police said. Loss was set at $815.

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