Weekly Feature

2012-01-25 / Police Blotter

Woman demands money from her bank account

Monday, Jan. 16

A resident of Eggert Road reported that a window was broken out of her vehicle. She told officers no items were removed from the vehicle, which was parked at the rear of her home at the time of the incident. She believed the window was broken sometime overnight.

An employee of a Wehrle Drive business reported that an unknown person caused damage to the front lawn with a vehicle.

On Saber Lane, a resident reported that approximately $16 in cash and his driver’s license were stolen from his vehicle. He said the incident may have occurred during the night.

Tuesday, Jan. 17

• At a Transit Road beauty supply business, an employee reported that a customer was giving her a difficult time and was refusing to pay the bill.

• Police responded to Tonawanda Creek Road to assist a motorist whose vehicle was stuck in a ditch near the street. The officer waited with the driver until AAA representatives arrived to tow the vehicle out of the ditch.

• At a Sheridan Drive bank, an employee reported that a woman in her 70s was yelling and demanded money from her account. The employee said the woman said she would “get people fired” if she didn’t get her money.

Wednesday, Jan. 18

• Police responded to The Boulevard Mall where an employee of a kiosk store reported that a person intentionally damaged a massage chair.

On Jeanmoor Road, a resident reported that a neighbor’s dog had been outside barking for more than a half-hour. Officers arrived at the neighbor’s home and advised him of the reported noise issue.

An employee of a Sheridan Drive department store reported that two females stole clothing and baby formula from the business. The employee had only a partial license plate number of the car the women used to flee the scene.

Thursday, Jan. 19

An employee of a towing company reported a dispute with a customer as the result of a payment needed to remove a vehicle from a North French Road ditch. The customer paid the employee prior to the arrival of officers.

At a Creekside Drive business, an employee reported that a catalytic converter was stolen from the company’s truck in the parking lot overnight.

• An adult female was arrested for shoplifting from a Transit Road department store. She was apprehended by store security and transported to police headquarters for arrest processing.

Friday, Jan. 20

• A resident of Sweetwood Drive reported hearing someone yell the word “gun” as three or four people were possibly fighting between Edgewater and Willow Ridge drives. When police arrived, they discovered approximately three youths playing tackle football in the front yard of a home on Sweetwood Drive.

• On Allenhurst Road, a resident reported returning home to find a television and video game system missing. The resident told police the thefts may have been committed by her neighbor’s baby’s father.

• A juvenile female was arrested for shoplifting from a Main Street business.

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