Lancaster Police Dept Patrol Logs from Oct 5th through Oct 9th.
Patrol was dispatched to a report of a vehicle all over the road on Broadway. The 26 year old male driver was stopped and displayed obvious signs of intoxication. The subject consented to a chemical breath test with .22% B.A.C. result. He was charged with D.W.I., aggravated D.W.I., open container of alcohol in a vehicle and moving from lane unsafely. Officers and detectives investigated a burglary of a residence on Harris Hill Road. A 48 year old male was charged with petit larceny and possession of a hypodermic instrument. Lancaster Police dispatch handled 33 E.M.S. requests. Patrol issued 6 U.T.T.s to a 51 year old motorcyclist after failing to stop at 2 stop signs and other traffic infractions. Officers responded to 10 motor vehicle accidents. Patrols assisted U.S. Border Patrol with an investigation at a Freeman Road motel. An officer arrested a 58 year old male on a Lancaster court warrant. A 29 year old male driver was charged with aggravated unlicensed operation (A.U.O.) in the third degree. Patrols checked a complaint of an intoxicated 21 year old male who was passed out in the dining room of a Transit Road restaurant. Officers were dispatched to 25 alarm calls. A complainant from Spohn Drive reported criminal mischief to his lawn and landscaping. An officer took a report of hunters trespassing on Westwood Road. A 17 year old male from Elma was charged with criminal possession of a controlled substance in the seventh degree. Management at a Genesee Street warehouse requested that a truck driver be removed from the property. Patrol reported that the subject was sent on his way. A 32 year old male was arrested and charged with criminal contempt in the second degree and harassment in the second degree. The subject was arraigned in Town of Lancaster Court. Patrols investigated a complaint of multiple gunshots fired in the area of Old Post Road. Officers arrested a 25 year old female on a warrant. Patrol checked on 2 youths, ages 13 & 14, found walking on Broadway overnight. The youths were turned over to their parents. A complainant from Crabapple Lane reported that there was a raccoon in her garage, and that she was afraid to exit her vehicle. Patrol reported that the raccoon had left on its own.