Cheektowaga Police Blotter: February 15, 2017

CHEEKTOWAGA, N.Y. – The Cheektowaga Police Department attended to 136 calls on February 15, 2017.  The following is a brief report of some of the calls they received according to the Cheektowaga Police blotter.

  • Around 3 a.m. a person at police headquarters was taken by ambulance to Erie County Medical Center for a mental health evaluation.
  • Several windows on Stradtman Street were shot out overnight. A police report was filed.
  • A person along the 300 block of Pine Ridge Road said someone stole his TV for drugs.  The subject was at the house. An arrest was made for petit larceny and a police report filed.
  • An assault at a Dick Road hotel resulted in a arrest for assault and false personation.  A subject was also picked up on a Lancaster warrant.
  • A neighbor on Lordan Drive called police to report their debit card was used online fraudulently to make a $1,984.63 purchase.
  • A business at 1228 Walden Avenue reported that their business was burglarized overnight and several items were reported missing.
  • An adult woman was arrested and charged with larceny for shoplifting from Walmart.
  • A person on Victoria Boulevard had a laptop stolen from their car overnight.
  • A person on Park Edge Drive had a passenger door and window broken overnight.
  • A person was arrested on narcotics charges at Town Court.
  • A woman wearing pink pajama pants and a black jacket with purple hair walked into the Thruway Plaza Dollar Tree and started filling her empty purse with party supplies.  She fled to the NFTA bus stop and boarded a bus.  Police caught up to the bus at E. Delevan and Courtland.  Woman got off the bus at Harlem and Freda.  Police could not locate the subject.
  • An employee at the Tops Market at 3870 Harlem Road was arrested for larceny.
  • A customer took a $90 bottle of nutrient product from Harvest Moon Hydroponics on Union Road.
  • Three black males on Yvonne Avenue were aggressively selling Verizon and Time Warner products door to door. Police advise them to get a permit.
  • The manager of PetSmart on Walden Avenue called police to report the store’s iPad mini was stolen.  Told police that 6 or 7 black males in their late teens or early 20’s occupied all the employees and then store the device.
  • A Borden Road neighbor called police to say his cousin made satanic comments at his father’s funeral.
  • Police received a 911 hangup call around 10 p.m. from a Westland Parkway address.  Police learned that a child at the address just learned about 911, so he called.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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