DPW notified of concern about dirty street water
Village of Kenmore
Friday, Jan. 20
There was a report of two groups of youths, ages 7 to 11, yelling at each other while walking on Colvin Boulevard. An officer reported speaking to the youths at a nearby pharmacy and sending them on their way.
Saturday, Jan. 21
A Hoover Avenue resident reported that a male had been knocking on her door for the past few minutes. The officer reported that the male was looking for the complainant’s mother. The male said he had purchased a vehicle from the mother, and he wanted to speak to her about it.
A male was taken into custody for allegedly stealing a movie from an Elmwood Avenue store.
Sunday, Jan. 22
A Keller Avenue resident reported that there was dirty water coming out of the sidewalk near the street. An officer reported that a Department of Public Works employee would investigate the complaint.
Monday, Jan. 23
A female reported that she smelled an odor of natural gas while she was walking her dog on Mang Road. An officer reported that National Fuel was made aware of the complaint, and that there was a gas leak on Mang.
An employee at a Delaware Avenue tavern reported that there wasn’t any water pressure at the bar. An officer reported that there was water coming into the building and that only one faucet wasn’t working. The officer advised the employee to contact a plumber.
A male at a Delaware Avenue business reported that there was an employee who was refusing to give back the business’ keys to the owner. An officer reported that the male handed in the keys and both parties were advised.
A male Kinsey Avenue resident reported that a female was beating him up. The complainant then told the officer to disregard his statement because he didn’t want to get the female in trouble. The complainant then reported that he was having trouble with his landlord. The officer reported that the male was given a tenants’ rights book.
Tuesday, Jan. 24
A Nassau Avenue male reported that his ex-wife drove over his lawn and then struck a vehicle. He added that he believed she was intoxicated. An officer reported that the woman was taken into custody in front of her Town of Tonawanda residence.
Wednesday, Jan. 25
A Tremaine Avenue female reported that an unknown and possibly intoxicated female, who appeared to be about 25 years of age, knocked on her door and was asking for “Anthony.” An officer located the female and transported her to her Lasalle Avenue home.
The landlord of a Euclid Avenue apartment reported that a former tenant left behind a dog and several of her belongings after moving out of the residence. An officer reported that there were no signs of animal cruelty and the Erie County Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animas had been asked to retrieve the dog.
Thursday, Jan. 26
A male reported that the tires were slashed on his vehicle while it was parked on Knowlton Avenue.
A Westgate Road female reported that her son was having a negative reaction to some medication. She felt it was making him very aggressive. An officer reported that the male was transported to the Erie County Medical Center via Twin City Ambulance.
(Editor’s note: The Bee’s police blotter is a sampling of unusual calls received by the Kenmore Police Department. It is not intended to be a complete record of all incidents reported.)