Cheektowaga Police Blotter: Weekend of March 15, 2019

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Chronicle file photo of Cheektowaga Police headquarters.
Chronicle file photo of Cheektowaga Police headquarters.

Emergency responders in Cheektowaga were called out to 405 calls for service over the weekend of March 15, 2019.

Friday, March 15th – 145 calls for service

1:11 am – A resident met with a police officer at a gas station to talk about drug activity they witnessed.

3:28 am – A woman was arrested on Genesee Street after she punched a man in the face.  She was charged with assault, and a domestic incident report was filed.

7:08 am – An ambulance was requested to the police station to check on a prisoner with an eye issue.

7:31 am – Doyle firefighters assisted an N. Pleasant Parkway resident with a sump pump issue.

10:08 am – A maintenance man for a Walden Avenue restaurant found a little girl’s dress and panties in the parking lot.  The police took the items and put them into found property.

10:30 am – A cell phone account was opened in the name of a Danbury Drive resident.  The bill was racked up to $2,600.

10:47 am – A 97-year-old woman died on Cleveland Drive of natural causes.

11:56 am – The police dispatch center received a crash alert from a 2019 Accura with no response from the driver.  The car was mapped to the area of Dean Road.  An investigation found that the vehicle was a crash test vehicle at Calspan.

4:58 pm – Doyle firefighters made sure that a kitchen fire was out inside an apartment at Williamstowne Apartments.

6:06 pm – A very intoxicated person was transported to ECMC from a hotel on Walden Avenue.

7:04 pm – An ambulance transported a 31-year-old overdose victim to the hospital from an address on Pleasant Parkway.

8:50 pm – South Line firefighters responded to a home on S. Prince Drive to investigate an odor of natural gas.  Firefighters found that a burner was left on with no flame.  It was shut off and the residence was vented.

Saturday, March 16th – 121 calls for service

2:17 am – An apartment was burglarized on Slate Creek Drive.

3:40 am – A woman was charged with drunk driving on Brentwood Drive.

9:35 am – A Marne Road woman thinks her baby’s father slashed the tires on her Nissan Maxima.

3:00 pm – Forks firefighters attended to a vehicle fire on the westbound I-90.

3:53 pm – An 83-year-old man died on Banko Drive.  He died of natural causes.

5:32 pm – One person was arrested for criminal mischief after stabbing a tire on Windwood Court.

9:13 pm – The police responded to an address on Olcott Place after he had a beer thrown in his face by his girlfriend.  He was counseled on his options.

Sunday, March 17th – 139 calls for service

12:11 am – A drunk driver was arrested on Genesee Street.

12:51 am – A woman told the police that she was forcibly touched by a friend of her uncle.

1:19 am – The police attended to a domestic disturbance between a father and son on Joseph Street.

2:29 am – A drunk driver was arrested on Genesee Street.  The driver also had a Buffalo warrant.

3:14 am – An intoxicated man threw a beer bottle through the window of a truck on Beechwood Place.

4:16 am – A drunk driver was arrested on Roxborough Avenue.

11:49 am – Tires and rims were stolen from a junkyard on William Street.

2:31 pm – A woman thought it was a good idea to go shoplifting at the Target Plaza on Transit Road with a baby in tow.  She was charged with the shoplifting crimes and endangering the welfare of a child.

3:56 pm – Doyle firefighters attended to a crash on Stradtman Street.  Six people were involved, one was transported to Children’s Hospital.

5:16 pm – A woman was arrested for punching and choking a man in the parking lot of a restaurant on Walden Avenue.

5:51 pm – An 84-year-old woman died at a Bennett Road address.

9:14 pm – South Line firefighters extinguished a dumpster fire on Slate Creek Drive.  The police are investigating the suspicious occurrence.

Quick Statistics:

Property damage crashes: 20

Warrants served: 15

DMV violation arrests: 7

Narcotics arrests: 2

Marijuana arrests: 2

Walmart shoplifting arrests: 4

Galleria shoplifting arrests: 0

Mental health interactions: 4

Domestic incidents: 13

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