Cheektowaga Police Blotter: Thursday, February 7, 2019

Emergency responders in Cheektowaga were called out to 185 calls for service on Thursday, February 7, 2019.

1:39 am – An arrest warrant was issued for a man after he smashed out a window on N. Pleasant Parkway.

7:11 am – A Toyota Highlander was burglarized overnight on Atlantic Avenue.  Nothing of value was stolen, but the owner wanted the police to know about the break-in.

11:24 am – A student at EDGE Academy on E. Delavan Avenue suffered a routine medical event and was transported to the hospital.

12:29 pm – The police assisted Rusiniak’s Towing by shutting down Union Road.  The tow company had to back up a heavy tow into a transmission business and needed traffic shut down to accomplish the move.

1:28 pm – NFTA Police completed a police report after a Metro Bus collided with a Buick Rendezvous in front of Cheektowaga Central High School.

1:40 pm – Two autistic males under the care of Autism Services wondered off from their guardian while at the Walden Galleria.  They were located 15-minutes later.

2:24 pm – A customer of Union Nail Care called the police because she was not happy with the technician’s work and she wanted her money back.  The complainant was refunded her money after the nails were removed.  Everyone was happy with the outcome.

2:32 pm – The police conducted a threat assessment on a student at Stanley G Falk School on Rossler Avenue.  The student brought a box cutter to school after sending threatening emails.

5:01 pm – A Walmart employee was arrested for larceny.

6:39 pm – The police counseled a family on S. Price Drive after mom called to say her 14-year-old son was failing school and refused to stop playing video games.

8:31 pm – A Kingston Lane resident was scammed out of $20,000.

9:10 pm – Two people were arrested after a physical fight outside Pocketeer Billiards on Clinton Street.  One of the subjects had an arrest warrant out of Tonawanda.

9:39 pm – A subject in the police department’s cellblock was transported to Erie County Medical Center.  The reason was not listed.

11:16 pm – A prisoner released on an appearance ticket complained of an ankle injury while still at the police station.  An ambulance came to examine the injury.

Quick Statistics:

Property damage crashes: 6

Warrants served: 7

DMV violation arrests: 6

Narcotics arrests: 0

Marijuana arrests: 0

Walmart shoplifting arrests: 2

Galleria shoplifting arrests: 0

Mental health interactions: 1

Domestic incidents: 2

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