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Town of Cheektowaga police blotter

Feb. 26

Criminal mischief

Walter Hill, 24, of Lakeshore Road, Hamburg was arrested for criminal mischief.

According to a police report, fire alarms were activated at police headquarters and the officer proceeded down the hall from dispatch to investigate any possible fire. As officers approached the booking room entrance, the officer heard the sound of rushing water. The officer secured his weapon, entered the booking room and proceeded cautiously toward the sound, which was coming from the male cellblock. A large amount of water was coming through the bottom of the cell and it was apparent the fire sprinkler had activated. The offender, who was being held in his cell was soaked and was removed from the cell and placed in another. The Forks Fire Department responded and the water was eventually shut off. When asked what happened the offender stated, “I been in the small cell all day and they want to feed me granola bars? Man I’m a grown man I was going crazy in there. What do you want me to do?” The officer stated that since the beginning of his shift the offender was giving him problems. The offender tried to cover up the cell cameras and five to six times after that had to tell the offender to stop banging on the cell door and yelling. The officer also stated that after he got the offender out of his cell, the offender stated that he set the sprinkler off on purpose by hitting and tampering with it because he was mad about the food and small cell.

Feb. 27

Unlawful possession of marijuana

George Taylor, 19, of Garden Village Drive, Cheektowaga was arrested for unlawful possession of marijuana.

According to a police report, a vehicle was pulled over for having dark window tint. As the officer approached the vehicle there was an overwhelming odor of marijuana coming from the vehicle. The offender eventually admitted to having marijuana on his person after he lied to the officer numerous times regarding possessing illegal substances. The offender did pull a marijuana cigarette and container of marijuana out of his jacket. The offender was placed under arrest.

Criminal possession of a controlled substance

Nancy Hearn, 41, of Seneca Street, West Seneca was arrested for criminal possession of a controlled substance.

According to a police report, a vehicle was pulled over for failing to signal. While retrieving her documents, the offender appeared to be uncommonly nervous, as she was speaking rapidly and frantically rummaging through paperwork. Offender stated that she was coming home from dropping off her girlfriend who was watching her child for her and in the same sentence stated that she was exhausted because she was up all night with a sick child. The offender grew increasingly nervous and was making numerous target glances towards the center console but agreed to answer the questions. The offender was confronted about the contradictory stories she gave the officer and numerous arrests for possession of a controlled substance and the offender became agitated. The offender put her seatbelt back on and attempted to drive away. A K9 made a positive alert for the presence of narcotics. The offender was informed of the positive alert and the offender admitted that she did have a prescription for suboxone and that there were loose suboxone strips, outside of the prescription container, either in her purse or center console. The officer found crack cocaine in the offender’s purse and she was placed under arrest.

Feb. 28

DWI

Mark Utley, 28, of Ridge Road, Lackawanna, was arrested for driving while intoxicated.

According to a police report, a vehicle was pulled over for driving erratically. The officer noticed several signs of intoxication and the officer also learned that the offender had an outstanding warrant out of Wyoming County for violating his probation and his license was also suspended. The offender had once scoff on one date and a total of six suspensions. The offender was arrested and transported to police headquarters. The officer also located an open container of Sparkle Blackberry malt beverage pint, with it being half full and cold, under the driver’s seat.

March 1

Driving with .08 percent BAC

Amanda Tourot, 25, of Banner Avenue, Lancaster was arrested for driving with a .08 percent BAC.

According to a police report, a vehicle was pulled over for doing 50 mph in a 35 mph zone. The officer approached the vehicle and noticed several signs of intoxication from the offender. The offender stated that she had two beers at Vinny’s Bar approximately 20 minutes prior to the stop. The offender was processed at police headquarters and released on a summons.

Criminal possession of a controlled substance

Nicole Cutsinger, 19, of Maple Hill Road, Wales and Robert Hopkins, 30, of Bowen Road, Elma was arrested for criminal possession of a controlled substance.

According to a police report, the offender’s were pulled over for a traffic violation. The officer found a marijuana shake in a cup holder within the center console of the vehicle. Both offenders were detained. The officer also found a marijuana stem on the floor in the back seat of the vehicle. “Molly”, powder ecstasy was also found. The duo was arrested and transported to police headquarters.

March. 2

Criminal possession of a weapon

Chelsea Loomis, 19, of Casey Road, Amherst, Troy Milewski, 19, of Glenwood Court, Cheektowaga, Henry Walden, 19, of Campbell Road, Amherst, and Darnell Burns, 19, of Gualbert Avenue, Buffalo were arrested for criminal possession of a weapon.

According to a police report, a vehicle was pulled over for failing to signal. The officer observed in plain view loose marijuana and marijuana seeds on the front and the rear floorboard of the vehicle. The officers also located a marijuana pipe and metal knuckles in the glove box. All offenders denied ownership of the items. All offenders were taken into custody.

March. 3

Driving with .18 percent BAC

Nicholas Vandervoort, 1986, of Orchard Drive, Buffalo was arrested for driving with .18 percent BAC.

According to a police report, the offender was pulled over for driving erratically. The offender exhibited several signs of intoxication and was taken out of the vehicle to perform sobriety tests. The offender was arrested for driving while intoxicated and transported to police headquarters.

Criminal possession of a controlled substance

Mary Rowe, 25, of Kensington Avenue, Cheektowaga was arrested for criminal possession of a controlled substance.

According to a police report, officers were dispatched for a report of a disturbance. When they arrived they found the offender pounding on a door. The resident stated that she did not know who the offender was. The offender appeared to be highly intoxicated. The officer then found drugs in the offender’s purse. The offender was booked and held on $100 bail.


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