A LaForce Place woman is being held on burglary, assault and other charges for allegedly breaking into a Grote Street woman's home early Wednesday after officers had twice that day ordered her to leave the woman alone, police reported Thursday.
Lisa Conley, 33, was arrested by Officers Jason Sutter and Eric Hofschneider about 5:15 a.m. Wednesday after she allegedly managed to get into the victim's flat by kicking in a rear door on her third early-morning visit to the home. She allegedly had been ordered by police to leave on her first two visits that began about 3 a.m. When she got in on the third try, she allegedly head-butted the victim and trashed the flat before police arrived.
Conley is being held on second-degree burglary, third-degree assault, harassment, criminal mischief and obstructing governmental administration charges for allegedly disobeying police orders to stay away from the victim's flat. She was arrested in the victim's back yard.
Conley in 1997 was arrested for slashing another Buffalo woman on the hand and arrested in 2003 for slashing tires on South Buffalo cars, according to police records and news stories.