Men in body suits booted
Monday, Feb. 6
Police responded to a Linda Drive residence for a disturbance call. The complainant said it sounded like a female was getting beaten up, but the female was yelling at a male for “getting sick.”
A Claudette Court male complained about neighborhood youths playing hockey near his car and damaging it. He said he tried talking to the parents of the children in a nearby apartment but had no success. The father of the children then called and said the complainant was intoxicated and had scared his children. Police found there was no damage to the car.
Total Calls Received: 133
Tuesday, Feb. 7
A Cochrane Street male asked police to make sure his residence was secure because he was going to meet someone at Wal-Mart because he had won $2.6 million.
A Jackson Avenue male reported finding drugs and a scale left by his ex-girlfriend.
A Woodland Terrace male called police after returning home and finding his 16-year-old daughter having sex with her 18-year-old boyfriend. The father wanted to press charges, but police reported that no crime had been committed. Police advised the boyfriend not to return to the house.
Two males wearing body suits were escorted out of the Walden Galleria.
Police responded to a disturbance call at Williamstowne Apartments where a man in the main office said his girlfriend wouldn’t let him in the apartment. The female said the male had been staying there for a couple of weeks, but he was now stalking her mother and was no longer welcome. The male was not on the lease, so police escorted him to the Buffalo City Mission.
Loud bongos were being played on French Road.
Total Calls Received: 128
Wednesday, Feb. 8
A Cathedral Lane female reported that there was a male in her attic. Police escorted “Bob” out for the night and advised the female to call again if he returned.
The principal of a Nagel Drive school complained that a bus driver returned a student because the mother was not visible to drop off the child. The principal said the mother had been told the rule but was refusing to pick up the child at the school. The mother later picked up the child.
Total Calls Received: 137
Thursday, Feb. 9
A Dartwood Drive male found bones in his backyard but didn’t know if they were human or animal.
An Eggert Road male reported receiving a phone call from a female who said she was going to send a motorcycle gang to injure him.
Total Calls Received: 130
Friday, Feb. 10
The manager of a grocery store asked to meet police in front of a Claudette Court residence so he could retrieve store shopping carts from the yard.
An 18-year-old Jamaica Lane male was transported to the hospital after reporting he had been constipated for the past six months.
Total Calls Received: 122
Saturday, Feb. 11
An elderly, intoxicated male was going “berserk” inside a Losson Garden Drive apartment.
Police received a request to do a welfare check on a Boll Street residence from the grandmother, who said the babysitter had left three children, ages 12, 4 and 2, at home and the mother was “out stripping somewhere.”
Police cleared out an underage drinking party on Linda Drive.
Total Calls Received: 128
Sunday, Feb. 12
A Walden Galleria employee had her car keyed in the parking lot.
A female customer at a Union Road restaurant was upset because she wasn’t getting a free meal.
Total Calls Received: 103
(Editors 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.)