THE CRIME NF: September 25th, 2019, Edition of the Niagara Reporter Newspaper

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-Niagara Falls Police responded to the 7-Eleven on 29th and Pine Avenue in the late hours of Monday, September, 23rd, 2019, for what police reported was an attempted robbery. According to police audio, two men wearing dark masks walked into the store stating they had guns and demanding money. Police are continuing to investigate the incident but have not made any arrests. 

-Niagara Falls Police, after attempting to pull over a vehicle on the 700 block of 19th Street in the early morning hours of Tuesday, September 17th, 2019, engaged in a foot chase with an individual who ran from the vehicle. Police believe he had warrants but were not able to apprehend him. 

-Niagara Falls Police responded to 66th Street in the morning hours of Thursday, September 19th, 2019, after reports of a public nuisance. According to reports, a man was said to be in the middle of the street yelling and performing karate.

-Niagara Falls police are investigating the tragic death of a five-year-old girl on the 400 block of 26th Street. According to reports, Alaysha Rankin was found unresponsive. Family stated that she had been ill the night before but police are continuing to investigate.

-Niagara Falls Police responded to the 1500 block of Pierce Avenue with the Criminal Investigation Division and Crime Scene Unit who are conducting a private investigation at a private residence at 1526 Pierce Avenue. 

In a twist, police stated that the investigation does not relate to the current occupants of the property. However, no other details were released  other than that police will be at the residence for days. 

-Niagara Falls Police responded to the 2400 block of 21st Street in the evening hours of Friday, September 20th, 2019, after reports of fights breaking out. Upon arriving at the scene, police say that there was a crowd in excess of 100 people who were rowdy and aggressive.

-Niagara Falls Police responded to the 1500 block of 18th Street in the early morning hours of Monday, September 23rd, 2019, after reports of a burglary. According to reports, the owner of the Hometown Mini Mart squeezed through the security bars on the glass doors after breaking the glass. Police believe the burglar stole cigarettes only.


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