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Thursday, April 30, 2015
ENP STAFF REPORTS
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A 23-year-old Gabriel Drive woman stands accused of theft of services after she allegedly took a NYSEG meter from a Saxton Street home and put it on her own.

Raquel A. Golson, 87 Gabriel Dr., Apt. B, swapped the meter out after having her own NYSEG services shut off for failure to pay, according to the LPD arrest report. The meter had been hooked up and was using NYSEG services for approximately a week.

Lockport police found the meter hooked up to Golson’s home on April 16 — after NYSEG said that the meter from the Saxton Street home had gone missing after Golson’s meter had been taken by the utility company.

NYSEG removed and secured the missing meter. The case was transferred to the detectives division, which concluded that Golson had obtained NYSEG’s services without paying for them.

Golson turned herself in on Tuesday and was arraigned in City Court.



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