Weekly Feature

2018-10-10 / Police Blotter

Loud video game causes concern

Saturday, Sept. 29

A resident of Shimerville Road reported that someone went through two vehicles in his driveway during the night. A wallet belonging to the caller’s wife was found in a parking lot on Transit Road.

A resident of Cobblestone Drive called police because she found her side door ajar. Patrol checked the residence with negative results.

Sunday, Sept. 30

A resident of Capstone Court called about a neighbor who came to his door yelling at him for allegedly saying nasty things about her. All of the involved subjects were advised to have no contact with one another.

Monday, Oct. 1

Deputies arrested a woman on Transit Road on a bench warrant out of Buffalo court on the charge of prostitution. The woman was remanded to the holding center pending her appearance in court.

The manager of a Transit Road business called about a suspected intoxicated man who was trying to get into a Jeep in the parking lot. Patrol spoke to the elderly man. He was having a medical issue because he had forgotten to take his medication. The man’s wife came and picked him up.

Tuesday, Oct. 2

Deputies are investigating an incident of employee theft at a convenience store on Main Street. An employee has allegedly been stealing scratch-off lottery tickets.

Wednesday, Oct. 3

Deputies arrested a Cheektowaga man on an outstanding bench warrant following a traffic stop on Transit Road. The 24-year-old man was remanded to the holding center pending his appearance in court.

A resident of Cedar Road reported that someone had stolen his medication.

A resident of Roll Road reported that he heard a woman screaming. It was a neighbor playing a video game.

Thursday, Oct. 4

An employee of a business on Sheridan Drive reported that her car had been keyed while parked at work.

An employee of Victoria’s Secret reported that three women stuffed their bags full of items and ran out of the store.

Friday, Oct. 5

A 35-year-old man was charged with petit larceny after security cameras caught him stealing money from the cash register at Sears on Transit Road. He was released on an appearance ticket.

(Editor’s note: The Bee’s police blotter is a sampling of unusual calls received by the police department. It is not intended to be a complete record of all incidents reported.)

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