Emergency responders in Cheektowaga were called out to 176 calls for service on Wednesday, February 27, 2019.
8:09 am – A resident on Walden Avenue reported that someone broke their car window sometime overnight.
11:25 am – The police took a report of a Brentwood Drive senior getting scammed out of $1,950.00.
2:08 pm – A resident of Baywood Drive says his daughter is sexting with a 40-year-old.
2:33 pm – One person was transported to ECMC after a crash on the eastbound Kensington Expressway.
3:02 pm – Town police officers assisted the U.S. Marshals in apprehending a warrant suspect on Primrose Drive.
4:35 pm – A threat assessment was performed for Woodrow Wilson Elementary School.
7:06 pm – A Normandy Avenue resident told the police that an unknown phone number has been asking her for explicit pictures in exchange for money.
11:20 pm – The police investigated a shots fired call on Campbell Road.
Unlicensed animal summons: 12
Property damage crashes: 11
Warrants served: 5
DMV violation arrests: 6
Narcotics arrests: 0
Marijuana arrests: 0
Walmart shoplifting arrests: 0
Galleria shoplifting arrests: 0
Mental health interactions: 1
Domestic incidents: 1
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