Weekly Feature

2012-12-06 / Police Blotter

Drinks taken from store

Tuesday, Nov. 27

A Wildwood Avenue woman reported that someone took a pumpkin from her porch and threw it through her front window. It appeared that no effort was made to gain entry. Damage was estimated at more than $250, and no neighbors reported hearing or seeing anything.

A Buffalo man was charged with driving while intoxicated and aggravated unlicensed operation after patrol observed his vehicle speeding on Clinton Street. The vehicle also had a cracked windshield. Though he and his passenger, another Buffalo man, denied drinking, an Alcosensor test showed his blood alcohol content to be 0.14 percent. A check showed his license was suspended as well. Patrol also found a bag in the vehicle that contained $255.11 worth of property they believed to be stolen from three stores. Neither man was charged, however, as patrol was unable to prove that the items were stolen.

Thursday, Nov. 29

A Union Road man reported that an unknown object struck a window at his residence, damaging a 2-inch portion. He believes it was shot with a BB gun by neighborhood children.

Friday, Nov. 30

A Buffalo man was charged with petit larceny after reportedly taking two cans of a malt beverage from a Transit Road convenience store. The store manager said he waited for the clerk to leave the register area, then walked out of the store. He was eventually caught.

A Buffalo man was charged with unlawful possession of marijuana after patrol pulled his vehicle over on Seneca Street for having a suspended registration. Eight baggies of marijuana were found in the vehicle’s center console, and the man admitted to owning it. He was also found to be operating the car without insurance and had an outstanding arrest warrant from the City of Buffalo.

Total calls received: 476

(Editor’s note: The Bee’s police blotter is a sampling of unusual calls received by the West Seneca Police Department. It is not intended to be a complete record of all incidents reported.Residentscanreport incidents to the WSPD by calling its anonymous tip line at 675-8423.)

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