Cheektowaga Police Blotter: Monday, February 25, 2019

Emergency responders in Cheektowaga were called out to 209 calls for service on Monday, February 25, 2019.

1:20 am – The police sought an arrest warrant after a woman on Maryvale Drive cut a man with a knife.  The police filed a domestic incident report and said he was cut on his finger.  He did not require hospitalization.

5:35 am – Forks firefighters attended to a natural gas leak on the 2800 block of Broadway.  The gas was shut, and the building was ventilated.

7:23 am – A Goering Avenue resident with cancer was put on the power company’s priority list.  His power was out, and he needed to use his power bed.

8:21 am – Doyle firefighters responded to Williamstowne apartments after a resident activated her emergency pendant.  Everything was okay when the firefighters got on location.  The resident was trying to find out when the power was going to be back on.

11:29 am – The police investigated a camp in the backyard of a Lochland Drive address.  Trees were damaged.  Blankets and beer were also found.

1:55 pm – A Woodridge Avenue resident said their social security card and work permit never reach him via the mail.

5:05 pm – The police and dog warden issued an appearance ticket to a resident on Francis Avenue after investigating a February 22nd dog bite.

6:12 pm – A BB Gun was put into evidence after it was found in the backyard of a Freda Avenue address.

8:05 pm – The police charged one person with drunk driving after an injury accident on Cleveland Drive.

8:43 pm – A restaurant at Walden Galleria called the police to say a woman in her 40’s dined and dashed.  An officer arrived, and after ten minutes, the restaurant said they did not want to pursue that matter.

Quick Statistics:

Property damage crashes: 3

Warrants served: 6

DMV violation arrests: 6

Narcotics arrests: 0

Marijuana arrests: 0

Walmart shoplifting arrests: 1

Galleria shoplifting arrests: 3

Mental health interactions: 0

Domestic incidents: 3

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