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Police reports published Nov Paula McGovern, 43, 54 High St. was charged Wednesday according to a city police report. Employees from Rite Aid on South Transit Street identified her in surveillance video as she was seen putting eight 6 packs of beer and 11 two liters of soda into the machine. The police report said McGovern did not pay for the items. She collected $6.65 in bottle return slips and cashed them in the store. McGovern confessed to officers when they came to her residence. Monday in city court. BURGLARY: A 27 year old woman told police sometime between Oct. 25 and Tuesday someone entered her residence in the 3200 block of Ninth Street and stole $8,234 worth of items. The victim said she was staying at a friend's house the week the items were likely stolen. Police believe entry was made through a back window, and suspects ransacked the apartment stealing nearly everything. Falls police said nike j crew sneakers a sofa, chairs, video gaming systems, televisions, a laptop, cell phone, children's toys and 12 pairs of Nike shoes were stolen. Also, silverware, pots and pans and $500 worth of food from the pantry are gone. There are no suspects. IDENTITY THEFT: A 49 year old man told police sometime between Sept. Monday two known suspects stole his credit card information and made a number of purchases. Police said one of the suspects used the victim's Visa card, nike q nightclub charging $1,523 at various locations across . Another suspect charged $2,321 to the same card. The victim said he had no knowledge of the theft. Friday. A 40 year old man told police someone stole 30 DVDs and various power and hand tools with a total value of $1,000 from the unit, which was located in the basement of his apartment complex. A resident at the complex told police her grandson and his girlfriend entered her apartment early Friday with the missing items. Officers found four storage units had been tampered with and it was unclear the number of items that were stolen in total. SEX ABUSE: John D. Salt, 42, 487 25th St., , was arrested Thursday for sexual abuse and endangering the welfare of a child. He is being held in lieu of $250 bail. DWI: John G. Rolando, 48, 346 Old Falls Blvd., was arrested Thursday for DWI, aggravated unlicensed operation of a vehicle and running a stop sign. He was held for court. City of Lockport MENACING: Dominic Annalora, 19, 3789 German Road, Ransomville, was charged Thursday with petit larceny, second degree coercion and third degree menacing. A police report said an East Union Street woman told police she noticed about 40 of her 60 hydrocodone pills were missing. Annalora admitted to the victim he took them, the report said. The victim asked Annalora for some money he owed her nike 8 shorts and Annalora began to verbally assault the victim, the report said. He moved toward the victim as if he was going to physically assault her, the report said. Monday in city court.