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Monday, March 10, 2014
Niagara County Sheriff's deputies responded to an Akron Road apartment Saturday morning in response to a complaint by the landlord that a tenant was flooding the apartment.

According to a complaint filed by the landlord with the Niagara County Sheriff's Office, Tonya Williams, 42, 6728 Akron Road, Apt. 5, was running hot water in the apartment, flooding the floors in the apartment and the hallway outside.

Williams had changed the locks, preventing the landlord from entry. The landlord told patrol that Williams simply yelled obscenities through the door, telling him to go away.

When patrol arrived, Williams answered the door and told patrol that there was an issue. Patrol observed running hot water through the apartment.

"Patrol did observe damage to the carpets, stove, garbage disposal and pipes," the report states.

Williams refused to vacate the apartment but did pack most of her belongings and left via a taxi cab. The Town of Lockport Building Inspector responded and deemed the apartment uninhabitable due to the conditions present.

No charges were filed at the time.

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