Men arrested for picking apples from Lockport orchard after dark


A rancher apprehended dual group who were reportedly hidden apples from his Townline Road orchard in a Town of Lockport after saying their flashlights in a darkness, a Niagara County Sheriff’s Office reported.

Sheriff’s deputies pronounced that a farmer, who lives a brief stretch adult a mountain from a orchard, saw a semitruck parked along a alley and flashlights in his orchard around 8 p.m. Sept. 22. Upon investigating, he pronounced that he found dual group stuffing a rubbish bag with apples and offering them a possibility to compensate for a apples before detaining them and job 911.

Brothers Paul Biswa, 29, of Sanborn, and Suman Biswa, 23, of North Tonawanda, were charged with petit robbery in tie with a incident.

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