CHEEKTOWAGA, N.Y. – The Cheektowaga Police Department attended to 152 calls on March 16, 2017. The following is a brief report of some of the calls they received according to the Cheektowaga Police blotter.
- Just after Midnight, a man at a home along the 900 block of Dick Road went after his upstairs neighbor yelling and screaming about killing his cat. Police told everyone to go to bed.
- A Balback Drive neighbor went outside to smoke half a cigarette noticed and she noticed foot prints on her back deck. The garage door was also open. Police investigated and found the foot prints to be animal tracks.
- A 24-year-old man along the 1000 block of Walden Avenue was shot a month ago in the hand. The stitches closing the wound broke open. An ambulance took the man to St. Joes.
- A man at Williamstowne Apartments said he has a pair of women’s pants in his home. He lives alone and he doesn’t know how they got there.
- Police escorted a college basketball team to Keybank Center for the tournament.
- A man along the 200 block of Cayuga Road called the dog warden to say his stepmother, who lives upstairs, is “training her dog to be an attack dog” and the dog bit him. Police found that man is not getting along with his stepmother. Both are accusing each other of stealing UPS packages.
- Police initiated a traffic stop along the 3300 block of Broadway after Car 91 reported seeing a vehicle driving all over the road. The male driver was charged with driving while ability is impaired by drugs. The driver was taken to St. Joes for a blood draw.
- A door fell on a 2-year-old boy at a home along the 100 block of Southgate Road. Boy appeared to be okay and mom was going to follow up with her doctor.
- An employer/employee dispute over overtime pay brought police to a home on Cochrane Street. The former employer called police to say the employee sounded like she was under the influence. Police found the woman to be sober and learned of the dispute.
- One person was arrested for marijuana possession after police responded to a Westland Parkway home to investigate criminal mischief. The son came home and ripped a railing off of the house and left in a car with another person. Police pulled the car over at Harlem and Genesee and made arrests for drug possession and criminal mischief.
- A patrol car was flagged down on Eggert Road by a woman who said she left her keys on a NFTA Metro Bus. The patrol car was able to flag down the bus and return the property to the woman.
- A school bus on Lucid Drive couldn’t turn properly because parking from an estate sale was blocking both sides of the street.
- An ambulance took a 47-year-old handicap woman to St. Joes after she got glue in her eyes.
- Police escorted Rent-a-Center employees to get property back from an apartment at 3420 Genesee Street after the occupant initially refused.
- Forks Fire Department attended to a 4-car crash on I-90 during rush hour. Two patients were taken to the hospital.
- A 15-year-old from a group home in Jamestown, took off from her counselor on Barbara Place. Cheektowaga Police located her in the Langfield apartments.
- Hy-View firefighters attended to a smoke detector activation on Biscayne Drive. Fire chief said smoke was from an over fire. The fire was contained the to the over with no other damage.
- A man riding a scooter down the center land of Broadway was arrested for false impersonation.
- A woman was arrested for possession of stolen property at Walden Galleria.
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