Cheektowaga Police Blotter: Thursday, April 26, 2018

First responders were called out to 135 incidents in the town on Thursday.

12:40 am – A patrol officer checked on a man who was approaching vehicles at a traffic light on Pine Ridge Road.

1:10 am – One person was arrested on East End Avenue after a mom at worked called the police saying her 13-year-old daughter opened the door for a 17-year-old friend and he was touching her.

5:59 am – Items were stolen from a car on McParlin Avenue.

7:36 am – A 2015 Ford Edge was taken overnight from a driveway on Westchester Drive.  The owner left the keys in the vehicle.  The car was found around twelve hours later by the owner at Kerns and Texas in Buffalo.

8:57 am – A traffic violation was issued to a car at a traffic checkpoint on Cathedral Lane.

9:09 am – A vehicle was gone through on Freda Avenue.

11:35 am – A 15-year-old student of Stanley G. Falk School on Rossler Avenue was taken to Children’s Hospital for an allergic reaction to peanuts.

12:28 pm – A Huth Road resident was told not to return to the Noco Express on Cleveland Drive after the customer threatened the clerk over lottery numbers.

2:21 pm – A JFK middle school student was transported to ECMC under the state’s mental health law.

4:03 pm – A 2015 Chevy Cruze wrapped in Geico Advertisements was struck by a hit-and-run driver on I-90.  The suspect vehicle, a green, 2002 Oldsmobile Alero fled the accident.  Information was forwarded to the state police.

4:32 pm – The police delivered a letter to a resident barring them from the senior center.  The center had exhausted all their options trying to aid the individual with help, and the subject’s regular behavior was becoming a nuisance.  Help is available if you know of a senior in need of mental health help.  Call the Crisis Services Hotline at 716-834-3131.

4:54 pm – An Olcott Place resident says a check from her school was stolen from her mailbox and cashed.  The check was for $2,241.00.

6:33 pm – Four drivers were issued citations for running a stop sign on McNaughton Avenue.

9:44 pm – The driver of a 2011 Honda Element was arrested after he crashed into a tree on Roycroft Boulevard. He asked the 911 caller for a cell phone because he “didn’t want to get a DWI.”  The man was checked out by an ambulance crew for a minor injury caused by the car’s airbag.

10:44 pm – Two people were arrested at a traffic stop on Old Maryvale Drive for marijuana possession.

Quick Statistics:

Property Damage Crashes: 6

Warrants Served: 5

Shoplifting at Walmart arrests: 0

Shoplifting at Galleria arrests: 2

Narcotics Possession arrests: 2

Driving without a valid license or registration arrests: 0

Mental Health Interactions: 1

Domestic Disputes: 3

Neighbor Disputes: 0

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