Cheektowaga Police Blotter: Weekend of March 10, 2017

CHEEKTOWAGA, N.Y. – The Cheektowaga Police Department attended to 456 calls over the weekend between Friday, March 10, 2017 to Sunday, March 12, 2017. The following is a brief report of some of the calls they received according to the Cheektowaga Police blotter.

Friday, March 10, 2017

  • Pokemon players were advised not to be in Dingens Park at 2:30 in the morning.
  • A woman driving on Genesee Street during the morning commute was tailgating and putting on makeup.  She pulled into the Starbucks across the the airport.  Police found the vehicle unoccupied.
  • Police confirmed a report that the two Amber Alert subjects were inside the Union Road Tops Market Thursday afternoon.
  • Police helped settled a contractor dispute on Raymond Avenue. One party will pay $650 for owed labor and the other party will turn over $2,500 worth of flooring.
  • Police assisted Buffalo in locating a “kidnapped” 4-year-old on Rossler Avenue around 2:30 p.m.
  • A white man on Lemans Drive was advised to get a solicitors permit when going door to door peddling energy deals.
  • Police ejected an intoxicated man who was drinking from a bottle inside a movie at the Walden Galleria shows.
  • A man was charged with drunk driving after falling asleep at the wheel around 11 p.m. on Union Road. His car was towed by First Choice.

Saturday, March 11, 2017

  • A driver on Harlem Road was charged with drunk driving around 4 a.m.  The car was towed by Kwitzer.
  • Pokemon players were playing in Town Park around 4 a.m.
  • A 9-year-old on Sprucewood Drive ran next door saying he was home along and someone was breaking into the house.  Police contacted his sister, who was home but sleeping.  The young child didn’t know his sister was home.
  • A Melody Lane neighbor called police to report an American Express care was open in their name.
  • An Apple iPhone registered to S. Park in Buffalo was stolen from the Walden Galleria. A police report was filed.
  • A Parks Department vehicle on Patrick Lane was struck by another vehicle. Minor damage was reported.
  • A 20-year-old on Woodridge Avenue dislocated his shoulder during a workout.  Ambulance took the patient to the hospital.
  • Police attended to a neighbor dispute along the 3500 block of Harlem Road.  One neighbor turned their TV and radio up loud.  Police said, “one is retaliating about the excessive fornication.”
  • A vehicle filled with stolen items from the Walden Galleria was found at an address on Rounds Avenue in Buffalo. The vehicle was impounded. An arrest was made.
  • A woman trying to move out of a Wagner Avenue house said her mom was intoxicated and breaking things. All advised.
  • A complainant said someone “stole her Jordan’s” for a locked locker at the plaza located at 3637 Union Road.  The complainant left before police arrived.
  • Two females were charged in shoplifting at Walmart.
  • A man on Slate Creek Drive was punching a stop sign after he punched out a headlight.  An ambulance checked the man out before being charged with criminal mischief.

Sunday, March 12, 2017

  • A third party caller around 3:30 a.m. said an apartment along the 800 block of French Road had no heat and there were children inside. Police noted that the furnace was broke, but the apartment had electric heaters and the apartment was very warm.
  • One person was arrested for drunk driving after crashing their car into a wall at the Eggert Road on-ramp.  Kwitzer towed the vehicle.
  • Police and an ambulance responded to Tryst Gentleman’s Nightclub on Aero Drive after an assault around 5 a.m.  A man suffered an arm injury and was taken to the hospital.  The suspect fled in a vehicle.
  • A few buildings around Glenwood Court were tagged with graffiti.
  • Three kids were left in room 217 at the Days Inn Airport on Genesee Street. The female guardian was taken to the hospital earlier in the day.  A relative took custody of the kids after police notified them. Child Protected Services were also notified.
  • A black male around the 2300 block of William Street kept asking people for a ride to see his sick daughter.  The area was checked, but the man was not located.
  • Four women were ejected from room 114 at the Days Inn Airport on Genesee Street.
  • A Peachtree Road landlord for two wallets and a cell phone as he was cleaning out an apartment.
  • One person was arrested at the Walden Galleria for possession of marijuana after police were called to Sears Auto Entrance to check on three Hispanic males smoking pot in a the vehicle.
  • Police checked on Shanley Street for a suspicious person in the rear of a vacant home.  Turned out to be the gas station clerk on a smoke break. Was advised not to go on the property anymore.
  • A neighbor on Ellwood Place reported that someone smashed out his rear window.
  • A mom on Eggert Road found a bad of weed under her 15-year-old’s mattress.  Mom was advised and she will handle herself.
  • Police went to 844 French Road three times Sunday to attend to an ongoing neighbor dispute. At 8:22 p.m. a resident said another tenant kept knocking on her door asking for beer.  All were advised. At 10:35 p.m. the female resident said the other tenant was selling pills. Female was extremely intoxicated. Everyone was advised again.  Later at 11:54 p.m. the female called saying the other tenant had thrown garbage all over the common hallway and was yelling at the other neighbors.  Female states someone bought drugs and left in a vehicle in an unknown direction – all parties were advised for the third time. (Check tomorrow’s blotter to see if the saga continues)
  • Police checked on a Jeep parked at Kelly Park around 10 p.m.  An anonymous complainant said the SUV was playing their music very loud.  “Lovers advised” and they left for the night.

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