Cheektowaga Police Blotter: Tuesday, January 29, 2019

First responders were called to 223 calls for service on Tuesday.

12:18 am – The police took a woman home to an address on Broadway after she was refusing to leave the gas station at Broadway and Roland.

1:42 am – A man smashed out a car window on Haller Avenue.  He then ran through the backyards and onto Hoerner Avenue after the car’s alarm was activated.  Nothing was taken from the car.

2:38 am – An arrest was made on Harlem Road after the subject violated an order of protection.

6:39 am – U-Crest firefighters extinguished a vehicle fire on Leo Place.

9:11 am – The police arrested a shoplifting suspect at the 7-Eleven on Harlem Road.

10:07 am – A threat assessment was conducted at JFK.

10:30 am – A woman stole medication from the complainant’s mailbox.

10:50 am – A 87-year-old died on Gates Street.

12:02 pm – An investigation was opened after the 7-Eleven on Walden Avenue said a customer bought a money order for $1,100 using fake money.

2:41 pm – The police spoke to two neighbors on Nokomis Parkway after one of them blew snow against the other’s house.

5:02 pm – A foster child called 911 yelling over the phone “I wanna go home” and said she didn’t know where she was.  The child wasn’t adjusting well to her new home.

6:42 pm – A video game console was stolen from a burglarized house on Andrews Avenue.

7:19 pm – U-Crest firefighters attended to an oven fire on E. Grand Boulevard.

Quick Statistics:

Property damage crashes: 10

Warrants served: 11

DMV violation arrests: 0

Narcotics arrests: 0

Marijuana arrests: 0

Walmart shoplifting arrests: 1

Galleria shoplifting arrests: 0

Mental health interactions: 3

Domestic incidents: 2

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