LOCKPORT – A Lockport burglar and a Niagara Falls woman who assaulted a man three times both were placed on probation Wednesday by Niagara County Judge Sara Sheldon Farkas and ordered to continue mental health treatment.
David B. Tomporowski, 33, of Bowmiller Road, drew five years’ probation for attempted third-degree burglary, and was ordered to pay $550 in restitution. He burglarized Kenyon’s Variety store on Robinson Road in Lockport Feb. 15, 2012, by smashing a window. He stole an 18-pack of beer and four packs of cigarettes.
Sicory Y. Walker, 38, of Woodlawn Avenue in the Falls, was placed on three years’ probation for third-degree assault and fourth-degree criminal mischief. She was charged with stabbing a man May 14, 2012, and with assaulting him again Sept. 7 and 17, 2012.