Cheektowaga Police Blotter: Tuesday, June 5, 2018

First responders attended to 208 complaints on Tuesday, June 5, 2018.

12:14 am – Three women were arrested at the site of a crash scene and were charged with Criminal Mischief and Reckless Operation. 

3:59 am – The driver of a 2013 Dodge was arrested on Nandale Drive for drunk driving.  The police pulled the vehicle over after they responded to a domestic dispute on the street and one of the parties tried to get away.

6:34 am – One person was transported to ECMC from the scene of a two-car crash on Walden Avenue near the I-90.

10:40 am – A 26-year-old man overdosed on heroin at a home on the 4000 block of Union Road.   A dose of Narcan was administered and the patient was transported to St. Joes.

2:44 pm – The police pulled a student off a school bus on Alexander Avenue after he was causing a disturbance with the bus driver.  The police dropped the student off at the principal’s office and the subject’s parents were called.

2:48 pm – A missing person from Buffalo was found after the police responded to a disturbance on Pine Ridge Road between four teenagers.

3:05 pm – A resident of Claudette Court lost $5,000 to a computer scam.

3:24 pm – The police drove to a Syracuse exit on I-90 to pick up a subject with a warrant out of town.

4:28 pm – Two patients were transported to Children’s Hospital from the scene of an injury crash on Walden Avenue.  One person was checked out by EMS workers but refused to be transported.

5:43 pm – A 9-year-old boy took off from his home on Hoerner Avenue after an argument with grandfather about his room.  A patrol officer found the boy at Alexander Park at 6:27 pm and returned home. 

6:55 pm – The police arrested a man on Jenny Lane after a domestic dispute and charged him with harassment.  The police were told he hit a woman and another man.

7:06 pm – A male teenager was arrested at the shopping plaza on Harlem Road near Kensington Avenue for Possession of Marijuana.  He was apart of a group of five other teens soliciting money from strangers ion exchange for CDs.  The other teens were told to stop selling CDs without a town solicitors permit.

8:06 pm – A man being evicted from Williamstowne Apartments told police that management took a flag of his and refused to give it back.  A police report for larceny was filed.

9:28 pm – The police responded to a domestic disturbance between a father and daughter on Elkins Drive.  The argument was over bathing and not having any hot water in the home.  One person was arrested on an NFTA warrant.  The building department was notified of the lack of hot water.

10:31 pm – 15 young adults got into an argument during a game inside the rec center.  The game was a little testy and had a few people ejected.  The game ended at 10:49 pm without further incidents. 

11:17 pm – The Capitol Police asked Cheektowaga Police to check on a man on Kennedy Road.  He called the Capitol Police saying the government wanted to assassinate him.  He was rambling about having chemicals and explosives in a mobile home.  The police were unable to make contact with the man.

Quick Statistics:

Property Damage Crashes: 7

Warrants Served: 6

Shoplifting at Walmart arrests: 0

Shoplifting at Galleria arrests: 1

Narcotics Possession arrests: 0

Marijuana Possession arrests: 1

Driving without a valid license or registration arrests: 5

Pistol permit application: 3

Unlicensed Dog Summons: 5

Mental Health Interactions: 3

Domestic Disputes: 5

Neighbor Disputes: 3 

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