Weekly Feature

2015-05-06 / Police Blotter

Bicyclist reportedly drunk, falls, then attempts to get back on bike

Village of Kenmore

Friday, April 24:

A Delaware Avenue resident reported finding a bag of bullet casings in a nearby parking lot.

Patrol reported that gutters were hanging down over the sidewalk on a Wabash Avenue property.

A Kinsey Avenue resident reported that his girlfriend’s son threatened to punch him in the face.

An Argonne Drive resident came to the police station to report receiving a fake $5 bill.

Saturday, April 25:

A Colvin Boulevard resident reported that a passing cyclist was possibly intoxicated. He said the man kept falling off the bike, kicking it, then attempted to get back on it. Police located the man, who said he was frustrated with the bike’s chain that was malfunctioning. He said he would walk his bike home.

An Argonne Drive resident reported finding two syringes on the sidewalk.

Police advised a Euclid Drive resident to move her son’s basketball net from the street onto her own property.

A Chapel Road resident reported a package was delivered but went missing.

Patrol reported a water main break on Kenmore Avenue.

A man was reportedly climbing through a second-story window on Military Road. He told police he locked himself out of his residence.

Sunday, April 26:

Patrol reported that mulch was smoldering on Colvin Boulevard.

A black dog with a collar and yellow bandana was reportedly running loose on West Hazeltine Avenue.

Monday, April 27:

A resident reported loud music nearby on Crosby Avenue.

A woman reported that when she arrived at the home of her parents, on Pamler Avenue, to walk their dog she found the door open.

A Kenmore Avenue resident reported that a dog was running loose in the area.

Tuesday, April 28:

A West Girard Boulevard resident reported a vehicle with flames underneath the hood.

A Parkwood Avenue resident reported that his vehicle was entered sometime overnight and that items were tossed around. Nothing, however, was taken.

A resident reported that youths spray-painted a light pole in Mang Park.

A Wardman Road resident reported that dogs had been barking for more than an hour.

A Washington Avenue resident reported that the upstairs tenant was slamming doors, causing a disturbance.

Wednesday, April 29:

A Delwood Road resident reported that when she was leaving for work there was a person in a brown leather coat going through her garbage and looking into vehicles.

Town of Tonawanda police reported that there was a fire alarm activated at Kenmore Middle School.

A Westgate Road resident reported finding a bag on her street while walking her dog.

A Delaware Avenue resident reported that a propane tank was in the street.

Thursday, April 30

Patrol spoke with an intoxicated man who was sleeping outside near Elmwood Avenue and told him he wasn’t allowed to sleep there. He went on his way.

An Elmwood Avenue resident reported that an intoxicated woman was walking down the street shouting that she didn’t know where she was.

A pit bull was reportedly running loose on Military Road.

(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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