CHEEKTOWAGA, N.Y. – The Cheektowaga Police Department attended to 162 calls on April 11, 2017. The following is a brief report of some of the calls they received according to the Cheektowaga Police blotter.
- 12:17 am: Wife on Cayuga Road called police because her husband was acting strange and hiding her phone in a pillowcase. He has a history of mental issues. Officers advised her about the situation.
- 3:18 am: Police were called to Williamstowne Apartments. A man was threatening to kill his father and assault his friend. He was possibly intoxicated. Turns out he was upset about loaned money and food stamps. The case was referred to Crisis Services for a follow up.
- 9:09 am: An ambulance was called to Williamstowne Apartments. A man said he had been on a binge for the past week, and his blood sugar is now over 500. He is a diabetic.
- 10:09 am: A police report was filed after a Tip411 call anonymously reported an inappropriate relationship between a 15-year-old and a 20-year-old.
- 11:14 am: Police filed a report based on information from cyber crimes units out of the area. A Cheektowaga man is suspected of posting threats to the CEO of ADP online. He allegedly is upset because his wife was let go from the company after 18 years of working there. The suspect was tracked down by his IP address. Officers will speak to him in person.
- 12:06 pm: Two women were arrested at Walden Galleria for having possession of stolen property. The pair was barred from the mall before.
- 12:38 pm: A man was arrested for burglary at Walden Galleria.
- 1:14 pm: Officers were called to Reiman Street, where an 11-year-old boy says a 12-year-old boy gave himself a bloody nose and tried to blame it on the caller. The boys were advised about the situation by police.
- 1:16 pm: Police were called by a man on Rowland Road. He says his friend was getting un-proscribed medication. The suspect giving the medication works at Kenmore Mercy Hospital. The hospital was notified and a police report was filed. Police and an ambulance were called back to the address an hour later for a man who took 50 Xanax and several other medications. The man has an “overactive imagination” and medics signed off on him.
- 3:05 pm: A woman on Affinity Lane called to say her car was keyed sometime overnight. A police report was filed.
- 4:11 pm: An ambulance was called to Walden Galleria because a woman kept falling asleep. She was checked out and treated by medics with a diabetic work up.
- 4:42 pm: A boyfriend called worried his girlfriend was going to slit her wrists. She overdosed on heroin over the weekend and was using drugs since. He tracked the girlfriend down using a tracking GPS app on their phones. Police found the girlfriend at a friend’s house. She was fine, the couple just had a fight.
- 5:41 pm: Police were called by a mother concerned that she can’t get in touch with her daughter. Her cell phone is on, but she is not answering it. The 25-year-old hadn’t been seen since April 4th. The mother thought she might be at a guy’s house in Buffalo. Buffalo Police eventually got in touch with the young woman. She called her mother around 8:00 pm.
- 6:05 pm: Officers were called to track down four men who stole bottles of juice from Tim Horton’s on Walden Avenue. The store wants the men to pay for the juice, and banned them from the store. A police report was filed, and the young men were taken home and their guardians were advised about the situation.
- 8:33 pm: A woman on Linda Lane says a group of young men were running around the neighborhood, cutting off the power supply to buildings. Police were unable to track down the men, but all was in order when they arrived to the scene.
- 8:55 pm: A police report was filed after a woman overdosing on heroin was dumped in a yard on Wallace Avenue, after being thrown out of a car. She was given narcan and taken to ECMC.
- 9:35 pm: Police pulled over a car driving down Union at a high rate of speed with flashers on. A man in the car was having a seizure. The man was taken to St. Joe’s by ambulance.
- 9:55 pm: A woman on Lemans Drive says her boyfriend’s 16-year-old son threatened to beat her. He took off from the home, not wearing any shoes. It’s a discipline issue, and the father is okay with the fact the son left the house.
- 10:00 pm: A call comes in from a home on Cunard Avenue. A woman says someone was pounding on her door, she didn’t know who it was, but wants the neighborhood checked out. Kids were out playing chase. They were advised by police and were heading inside for the night.
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