Cheektowaga Police Blotter: Monday, October 30, 2017

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CHEEKTOWAGA – Cheektowaga’s first responders attended to 122 calls on Monday.  Here is a sampling of the issues they handled.

12:10 am – A man vaping in a house on Bright Street set off a fire alarm according to Doyle firefighters.

4:23 am – Two people arrested during a traffic stop on Maryvale Drive for pot possession.

7:12 am – A pedestrian was sent to the hospital with a leg injury after being struck by a car on Slate Creek Drive.

9:55 am – Pine Hill firefighters responded to a laundromat on Harlem Road to investigate smoke coming from one of the machines.  The cause was from an overheated belt.

11:11 am – Pistol permits were investigated for residents on Woodridge Avenue and Marywood Drive.

12:19 pm – A police report was issued to a Borden Road woman after charges from Florida appeared on her credit card statement.

4:35 pm – A woman was arrested for shoplifting at the Walden Galleria.

5:08 pm – A man was arrested at Wal-Mart for shoplifting.

5:28 pm – A weapon was removed from a home after a Cleveland Hill student made threats to shoot up the school.  The high school principal received information from a teacher that the student made the threat.  (We originally reported that the student was at Maryvale.)

6:53 pm – A police report for kidnapping was filed after a complainant told the police that the driver of a small four-door blue Ford pointed a gun at him and forced him into the car.  The driver drove him around the City of Buffalo to a gas station where he was let go.

9:39 pm – A man was arrested at Walden Galleria under strong-arm robbery charges after he fought with a loss prevention associate.  His female companion will be wanted.