Cheektowaga Police Blotter: Monday, February 11, 2019

Emergency responders in Cheektowaga were called out to 156 calls for service on Monday, February 11, 2019.

12:57 am – The police attended to a domestic disturbance on Walden Avenue after a couple got into an argument over a loud TV.

8:04 am – A resident on Reimand Street informed the police that $8,000 was taken from his bank account.

12:22 pm – A Cheektowaga Central High School inhaled an unknown substance through a vape pen and later transported to the hospital.

12:54 pm – A man took a box of Twinkies from a vendor at Family Dollar on Genesee Street.

1:16 pm – The police tried to locate shoplifters who were stealing Nike apparel from several stores at Walden Galleria.

3:36 pm – A Gierlach Street resident called the police after someone poured rock salt in his mailbox.   Recently, it was beer.

5:22 pm – The police located a car that was reportedly driving erratically down Dick Road.  The vehicle and driver were found on E. Delavan and Eggert Road.  An ambulance was called to the scene because the driver was suffering a diabetic episode.  The man was transported to the hospital, but a woman in the car was arrested for possession of narcotics.

6:13 pm – An unattended death report was filed on Marne Road.

9:06 pm – The police investigated a shots fired call on Walden Avenue.

11:52 pm – A passerby on Galleria Drive thought he saw a black bear and cub in Nokomis Park.  Patrol couldn’t find the bear or cub but did report seeing deer.

11:56 pm – Three people were ejected from the Hilton Garden Inn on Genesee Street after a payment issue.

11:59 pm – Two adult women were arrested at Walmart on shoplifting charges.

Quick Statistics:

Property damage crashes: 4

Warrants served: 6

DMV violation arrests: 7

Narcotics arrests: 4

Marijuana arrests: 0

Walmart shoplifting arrests: 2

Galleria shoplifting arrests: 0

Mental health interactions: 1

Domestic incidents: 2

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