Cheektowaga Police Blotter: Wednesday, April 11, 2018

A Cheektowaga Police Officer speaks to a detained subject on July 8, 2017. (Jim Herr/Cheektowaga Chronicle File Photo)
A Cheektowaga Police speaks to the robbery suspect at a Buffalo Police traffic stop on Broadway near Deshler Street on July 8, 2017. (Jim Herr/Cheektowaga Chronicle)

First responders were called out to 160 incidents in the town on Wednesday

3:21 am – Someone was arrested for DWI on N. Creek Drive.

7:56 am – A person at police headquarters was taken to ECMC by ambulance for a possible OD. 

8:20 am – The highway department needed help moving vehicles that were parked on Union Road where they planned on doing work. Someone had pulled down the posted signs to not park on the street overnight. Eventually, the vehicles moved so road work could begin. 

10:13 am – Police checked up on a resident after a mailman noticed mail piling up at a house. The woman inside the house was taken to St. Joes for treatment after falling down. The house was locked back up. Hy-View firefighters and AMR crews assisted at the scene.

11:13 am – A pickup truck owner drove all over the lawn at Griffith Park in Sloan. They agreed to pay $200 to fix the damage they caused. 

11:41 am – A police report was filed for a stolen trailer on Gardenvillage Drive. 

1:32 am – An ambulance crew was called to the cell block at police headquarters after a male prisoner tried to hang himself. He was checked out and was fine. A police report was filed and he was taken to the Erie County Holding Center. 

2:56 pm – A toddler was found outside a store all alone by Galleria security. A few minutes later mom was found. Grandma had lost track of the tot. The kid was turned over to mom and grandma. 

3:11 pm – Someone called the non-emergency police line because they had a person illegally dump two old-style TV’s on their front lawn while they were at work. It’s their garbage night, but they didn’t want to get in trouble for the waste on their lawn. They were advised and the highway department was notified of the issue. 

4:06 pm – Police were called to check on a woman who locked herself in the bathroom at the UPS store on Union Road for nearly an hour. She told officers she was just trying to do her hair. 

4:48 pm – A passerby on Como Park Boulevard said they saw a man fall off his motorcycle near 7-Eleven. Police checked him out. He was fine. His bike just stalled causing him to tip over. 

6:10 pm – Someone on Park Place found a dead deer in their neighbor’s landscaping. 

6:59 pm – A driver was passed out in an auto shop parking lot on Harlem Road with a vehicle in reverse. The caller got the car into park. At first, it was thought the driver was having a drug overdose, it turned out she was just overtired. She was sent home on her way. 

8:47 pm – A police report was filed for a missing 13-year-old boy. His grandmother said she had just woken up and he was missing. He was found about an hour later. He said he got up and started walking to school. He was returned home safely. 

Quick Statistics:

Property Damage Crashes: 5

Shoplifting at Walmart arrests: 1

Shoplifting at Galleria arrests: 0

Narcotics Possession arrests: 1

Driving without a valid license or registration arrests: 1

Mental Health Interactions: 3

Domestic Disputes: 4

Neighbor Disputes: 3

Warrants Served: 7

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