Cheektowaga Police Blotter: Monday, November 12, 2018

First responders were called out to 168 incidents on Monday, November 12th.

2:26 am – An officer patrolling the area of Lovejoy Street found smoke in the area.  He narrowed it down to a pile of leaves near the Sloan reservoir and put the fire out.

9:03 am – A police report was filed after an employee set a box on fire inside a warehouse on Innsbruck Drive.

10:05 am – The police stopped one of two vehicles traveling at a high rate of speed down Genesee Street.  One driver was arrested on reckless operation charges.  The other driver is wanted.

12:07 pm – A fire alarm was activated at the fire training academy on Broadway.  A Buffalo Fire crew quickly reported a false alarm saying a smoke machine set off the alarm.

2:21 pm – A landscaping crew working on Duke Road told the police that they had a push blower stolen while they were working.  A police report for grand larceny was documented.

3:55 pm – The building inspector was contacted after the police responded to a neighbor dispute on Janine Court.  One of the residents was washing a machine outside spraying mud all over the complainant’s vehicle.

6:22 pm – A couple dumped construction material inside the dumpster for Infant of Prague Church on Cleveland Drive.  A church official asked them to remove the refuse but they took off.

11:47 pm – Police patrolling Francine Lane stopped a man who was acting suspiciously with a flashlight.  The man was checked out and it was determined that he was the owner and was having a problem with a lock.  The police report did not list was the man was trying access.

Quick Statistics:

Property damage crashes: 5

Warrants served: 4

DMV violation arrests: 1

Galleria shoplifting arrests: 1

Mental health interactions: 3

Domestic incidents: 2

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