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Monday, September 28, 2015
LPD Officer Paul Zapp walks Bryan A. Danna out of a Maple Street home this morning. Danna is being charged by LPD with several traffic violations following a high-speed chase through the city. (PHOTOS COURTESY OF LPD / FACEBOOK)


LPD Capt. Doug Haak keeps an eye on the ditched stolen car this morning.
A Maple Street man and woman are facing numerous charges and a possible extradition to Florida after Lockport police were led on a high-speed chase this morning in a stolen car.

Bryan A. Danna, 28, 44 Maple St., was charged around 11:20 a.m. with third-degree unauthorized use of a motor vehicle, speeding, four counts of reckless driving, four stop sign violations, a failure to signal violation, moving from the lane unsafely, failure to yield the right of way to an emergency vehicle, and operating a motor vehicle while using a mobile device.

According to Lockport Police, patrol saw Danna talking on a cell phone this morning while driving a black Honda sedan northbound on South Transit Street. When patrol attempted to stop the Honda, Danna accelerated, leading police on a chase through the city before ditching the car and running on foot. When police caught up to the stolen car, they found it parked and no sign of Danna, the driver. A canine unit quickly picked up a scent, however, which led them to the Maple Street home.

Originally, a female resident of the home, Erica V. Noon, 24, had said she was locked out of the house. She had given police a false name, as well. Eventually, she recanted her story, gave police the proper name and let them into the home, where they found Danna.

Noon was charged with second-degree obstruction of governmental administration and second-degree criminal impersonation for her part in the incident.

Both are due in City Court and face possible extradition to Florida, according to LPD.

Police Chief Larry Eggert said the department is looking into the possibility that Danna was involved in another recent high-speed chase in Orchard Park.

NOTE: We'll have more details later on this developing story.

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