THE CRIME NF: November 21st Edition of Niagara Reporter Newspaper

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-Niagara Falls Police are searching for a stolen grey 2005 Jeep (li- cense plate # GFH5237) from the 3300 block of 9th Street. According to police, the vehicle was left running, unlocked and unattended.

-On Sunday, November 11th, Niagara Falls Police responded to a call on the 600 block of 30th Street for a complaint of an individual who broke into/entered a home and then proceeded to sit in a room, holding a baby doll, staring at the occupants.

-Niagara Falls Police responded to reports of an armed robbery at the Citgo Gas Station on Main Street in the early morning hours of 11/14. According to reports, the suspect – a black male who was wearing dark clothing – approached a worker taking out trash & demanded money.

-Niagara Falls Police responded to a report of a stolen snowblower in the morning hours of November 14. According to reports, an Ontario Avenue resident stated that a snowblower he bought for $40 (orig- inally purchased for $500) was stolen from his driveway. It has not been found.

-In the evening hours of Sunday, November 11th, Niagara Falls Police responded to a call of theft at Walmart on Military Road. According to reports, John McIntyre, of Youngstown, was arrested for petit larceny after 19 pieces of merchandise, totaling $166.81, was found on him.

-Niagara Falls Police responded to the Citgo Gas Station on Sunday, Nov. 11th, for an armed robbery. Reports indicate that the suspect sentered the store stating, “SMILE, YOU’RE ON CAMERA,” and then pulled out a gun. Over $1,200 was taken from both registers.

-Niagara Falls Police responded to an alleged burglary in the early morning hours of November 12th on the 1000 block of Hyde Park Blvd. According to reports, the victim says the thief pushed in her window-mounted air conditioner & entered the apartment taking an XboxOne & TV.

-In the late morning hours of November 12th, Niagara Falls Police responded to a report of criminal mischief on the 2100 block of Jerauld Avenue. According to reports, the victim stated both driver and passenger side-view mirrors were missing.

-Brett Andrzejewski, 22, of Niagara Falls, who pled guilty to two counts of 2nd degree criminal sexual act for sexually abusing two adolescent girls (12 & 13), was sentenced to six months in jail and 9 1/2 years probation. Andrzejewski will also need to register as a sex offender.

-Johnathan Harding, 33, of Niagara Falls, was arraigned in City Court on Thursday, Nov. 16th, for making terrorist threats & criminal impersonation. According to court records, Harding left potentially threatening messages on social media pages. He is being held on $20,000 bail.

-NFPD responded to the 2400 block of Cleveland Ave. in the early morning hours of Nov. 19th for a person who said he hand a knife & gun and that someone was going to get hurt. Police did detain him.

-Niagara Falls Police responded to three separate reports of stolen vehicles and two other reports of stolen on license plates throughout the City.

-New York State Park Police and Niagara Falls Fire responded to the Rainbow Bridge in the early morning hours of Saturday, November 17th, for a tourist who reported to authorities he was assaulted and robbed. According to reports, the victim had a cell phone, cash, and other items taken from him by two male individuals near Prospect Point in the State Park.

-Niagara Falls Police responded to the 400 block of 5th Street in the afternoon of Saturday, November 17th, for a stabbing. Members of the police department shortly thereafter took a suspect into custody and the victim was sent to the hospital.

-Town of Niagara Police responded to K-Mart on Military Road in the evening hours of Wednesday, November 14th, for bathing inside of the store’s public restroom. According to reports, the man was naked and using items sold at the store. He was subsequently arrested.

-Niagara Falls Police responded to the Tops on Niagara Falls Boulevard on Monday, November 14th, for a man who allegedly cashed his paycheck for $304.79 and then proceeded to steal back the same check and exit the store. According to reports, the man was identifiedas a 29-year-old Grand Island man.

-Niagara Falls Police responded to the 7-Eleven located at 15th and Pine Avenue in the early morning hours of Monday, November 19th, after receiving a call that a person was asleep in the vehicle while running. According to reports, the individual was arrested after drugs and alcohol were found inside of the vehicle.

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