Cheektowaga Police Blotter: February 9, 2017

CHEEKTOWAGA, N.Y. – The Cheektowaga Police Department attended to 132 calls on February 9, 2017.  The following is a brief report of some of the calls they received according to the Cheektowaga Police blotter.

  • Police removed bread baskets that were obstructing traffic along the 3900 block of Union Road.
  • A prisoner in the police cell block reported having chest pains.  Police called for an ambulance.  The patient refused transportation to the hospital.
  • Police assisted the Erie County Sheriff’s Office during a court ordered eviction on Autumnwood Drive.
  • The M&T Bank at 4237 Union Road called police after a man, who has been arrested for trespassing at the bank before for giving staff a hard time, returned to perform a transaction.  The transaction was completed without a problem, but the bank wanted police to remind him he is not allowed back.  An officer went to the man’s house, but nobody came to the door.  A police report was filed.
  • Three people were arrested at the Walden Galleria for possession of stolen property from Forever 21.
  • The Cleveland Hill Fire Department and police responded to a home on Nugget Drive for a service call.  The house was flooded from a faulty toilet.  Authorities found plumbing, electrical and other housing violations throughout the house.  The building inspector’s office was notified.
  • A woman said she paid $30 online to someone in Illinois for a $50 gift card to WalMart. She was told there wasn’t any money on the card when she tried to use it.  The victim was unable to give any suspect information because her phone died.  A complaint number was issued.
  • The management at the Quality Inn Airport on Genesee Street received a noise complaint for a loud TV.  Staff went to check on the elderly guest and got no response from a knock on the door.  Police performed a welfare check. The elderly man said he didn’t hear them knocking.







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