Dis­tur­bance, chase lead to charges against woman

The Buffalo News - - LOCAL NEWS - – Mike Kurilovitch

A woman who al­legedly threat­ened to shoot po­lice of­fi­cers early Friday was ar­rested on mul­ti­ple charges af­ter a car chase, Niagara Falls Po­lice re­ported.

Of­fi­cers said they were as­sist­ing a dis­traught woman near Niagara Falls Memo­rial Med­i­cal Cen­ter around 4:30 a.m. when an­other woman drove up and be­gan scream­ing ob­scen­i­ties at them, claimed to have a pis­tol per­mit and threat­ened to shoot.

Po­lice said they told her to leave, but in­stead she cir­cled slowly around the emer­gency room park­ing lot. When an­other of­fi­cer tried to pull her over, she sped off. Niagara County sher­iff’s deputies and State Po­lice even­tu­ally stopped her ve­hi­cle. Sin­cere R. Wi­ley, 26, of Green Street, Lock­port, was charged with third-de­gree men­ac­ing, sec­ond-de­gree reck­less en­dan­ger­ment, reck­less driv­ing and other traf­fic of­fenses.

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