Weekly Feature

2014-10-29 / Police Blotter

Woman finds $20 on car windshield at library

Village of Kenmore

Friday, Oct. 17

• Police advised a Hiler Avenue resident on the village ordinance prohibiting going through people’s garbage.

• A Delaware Avenue resident reported that his vehicle was struck by a school bus.

• A Tremont Avenue woman reported that another woman attacked her vehicle, breaking the windshield. She said the woman was wearing jeans and a red shirt and was heading toward Elmwood.

Saturday, Oct. 18

• Police told a group of youths in Mang Park to move on, as the park was closed for the evening.

• A Wardman Road resident reported a vehicle that was driving very slowly.

• A Nassau Avenue resident reported that his cat was in the maintenance building at Crosby Field. He was assisted in retrieving the cat.

Sunday, Oct. 19

• A West Hazeltine Avenue resident reported that four males were following a female on foot and yelling at her. Police checked the area but could not locate the group.

• A Lasalle Avenue resident reported a dead cat in the roadway. The animal was disposed of at the Department of Public Works.

• An Elmwood Avenue resident turned in to the police station a handbag he found at a recent Buffalo Bills football game.

Monday, Oct. 20

• A Euclid Avenue resident reported a vehicle parked in front of a fire hydrant.

• A Courier Boulevard resident reported that her cousin was not feeling well.

• A Somerton Avenue resident reported that two people were trying to break into the side door of his home using a piece of wood. Both arrived in a gray vehicle parked in the driveway.

Tuesday, Oct. 21

• A Washington Avenue resident reported that a loud noise woke her up and she believes she saw a man in the area but isn’t certain. Police checked the area but could not locate the person.

• A Myron Avenue resident reported that her intoxicated husband stormed off to start an argument with a friend.

• A Wilber Avenue resident reported getting into an accident with a bicyclist.

Wednesday, Oct. 22

• A resident of Ken-Ton Presbyterian Village reported that someone scratched the trunk of his vehicle with a key five times. The vehicle was parked in the west parking lot, where no outdoor cameras are located. The person reported that this is the second time such an incident has occurred.

• A Washington Avenue resident reported that there was an unsecured door at a nearby vacant home. The Building Department was notified.

• A Delaware Road resident reported that she saw a woman wearing a purple fleece get out of her car and throw something at a black car. The black car sped away into the back lot of a nearby middle school.

• A woman reported that someone left a $20 bill in a bag on her car windshield while it was parked at the Kenmore branch library.

Thursday, Oct. 23

• A Victoria Boulevard resident reported that a man next door was bothering her.

• A Palmer Avenue resident reported that someone went through her vehicle while it was parked on the street, tossing items around inside. Change and an iPod were stolen.

• A Winchester Place resident reported that her ex-boyfriend was posting things about her on Facebook. Police advised her that this was not a crime.

(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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