Niagara Falls Police Blotter

280 days without a drug murder in the hood. On Oct. 2, 2023 shooting on Pine Avenue. Robert Miller was the victim.

CRIMINAL MISCHIEF: A resident of the 2000 block of Niagara Avenue resident reported someone used a bottle to break the rear window of a car parked in the alley near her home early last Wednesday morning.

NO PLACE TO DANCE: Collins Washington, 52, homeless, was charged with trespassing at Exxon Hyde Park after he allegedly refused to leave the area at about 6 p.m. last Wednesday. Washington had been seen dancing in the parking lot near the store and had refused requests to leave. He allegedly had been hanging around and being a general nuisance for a significant time, hassling people and causing scenes.

DRUGS ARE BAD: Christopher Ripley, 42, of 1188 Haeberle Ave. was charged with disorderly conduct, obstructing traffic after he allegedly hit a fire truck on Pine Avenue at about 6:30 last Wednesday and stumbled into traffic causing cars to swerve. Ripley reportedly talked about how he did meth all day long.

TRAFFIC STOP: Officers on patrol on the 500 block of 23rd Street were alerted by a plate reader and executed a traffic stop at about 8 p.m. Wednesday. Willie Collins, 53, of 1554 Ashland Ave. was charged with driving with a suspended registration and no insurance.

TRAFFIC STOP: Officers on patrol in the 700 block of 24th Street executed a traffic stop at 9:08 p.m. Wednesday and charged Monica Lynch, 51, of 2408 Cleveland Ave. with operating an unregistered vehicle, no inspection, operating without a license and no insurance.

DWI: Officers on DWI patrol on Hyde Park Boulevard observed a vehicle with only one headlight at about 10:50 p.m. Wednesday and executed a traffic stop. Donald Myers, 51, of 2710 Whitney Ave. was charged with DWI, inadequate lights, aggravated unlicensed operation alcohol, aggravated DWI and possession of alcohol/cannabis in a motor vehicle. Myers allegedly had a 25-ounce can of Hurricane in the cup holder and said to police “I have no license. I am drinking and driving. Do what you do, bro.” Officers asked him to complete field sobriety tests. He allegedly responded “I’m telling you I am drinking and driving.”

RECKLESS DRIVING: Officers observed a Dodge Charge do a burnout on Lockport Street at about 1:55 a.m. Friday and executed a traffic stop. Terrance Davis, 49, of 831 16th was written numerous tickets including reckless driving. His car was towed.

ASSAULT: Police were called to Niagara Falls Memorial at about 3:15 a.m. Friday. The victim told officers he was in an argument with an unknown black man when numerous people jumped him. His eye was swollen shut and his shoulder was dislocated. He drove himself to the hospital and knew little more about his assailants.

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