• Crimestopper Case #D49-11-113426

    Case #D49-11-113426

    Grand Larceny/Credit Card Fraud

    Jim's Steakout (Elmwood Avenue)

     

    The victim is this case had his credit card taken by a suspect at the Kinko's Fed Ex (650 Orchard Park Rd) West Seneca.

     

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  • Crimestopper Case #D49-12-214399

    Crimestopper Case #D49-12-214399

     The resident reported finding a bicycle in their yard which

    did not belong to them in the Indian Church Rd./ City Line are of the Town of West Seneca in mid August 2012. Upon

    review of home security system it was discovered that a W/M possibly teen had dumped a bicycle and stolen a bicycle belonging to another resident of the area .

    If you can identify or believe you may know the subject in the video Contact the West Seneca Police Detective Bureua @ 716-674-3154

  • Crimestopper Case #D49-11-109664

    Crimestopper Case #D49-11-109664

    Date:06/04/2011 @ 15:16 Hr's
    Location: 370 Orchard Park Rd. (Wegman's)
    Crime: Petit Larceny
    W/m Suspect entered store & loaded shopping cart with numerous cases of "Red Bull" Energy Drink.
    Left store without paying for Product.

    If you can Identify this suspect please Contact: WSPD CrimeStoppers

Report #D49-11-117792  Date 10/05/11 @ approximately 4:30 pm;
at a West Seneca grocery store, two white males - one heavy set, beard, baseball cap, tan shorts and button down shirt  and the second - baseball cap, jeans and plaid button down shirt.  They appear to between the ages of early 30's to 40 YOA.  The stole over $400 in merchandise.

Crimestopper Case #D49-11-116870

Crimestoppers West Seneca Police Case#D49-11-116870 larceny hardware store.

2-W/M' entered store multiple expensive tool kits. Larger suspect W/M approx.6'2" has tattoo Rt.Arm. Suspects Left scene in possibly gold/tan toyota camry.09/21/2011

WSPD Anonymous TipLine 716-675-8423 

CrimeStoppers

Domestice Violence

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DOMESTIC VIOLENCE

 

Detective Lt. Richard Cotter 674-2284 ext 140
Detective Gary Pauly 674-2284 ext 141


The issue of Domestic Violence is one that has moved to the fore front of police work over the last 15 years.  Today violence within families is dealt with very severely by police agencies in New York State.  New York State Law requires all police departments to have a pro arrest policy with regards to physical violence within family units and relationships.  With the great increase in investigative work that this policy has created, our department has assigned one Detective to oversee these cases on a daily basis.

Detective Gary Pauly is assigned to review all cases of domestic violence that our department becomes involved in.  Detective Pauly works with the victims to help them steer their cases through the court process.  He works closely with specially trained Assistant Erie County District Attorneys to make sure that justice is served in these cases.

Our department is proud to say that we were one of the first police departments to have a pro arrest policy in regards to family offenses and our policy is closely monitored to stay in compliance with the law as it evolves in this area.

New York State provides more detailed information on the problem of Domestic Violence.  They also have a wide variety of information on how to spot Domestic Violence and what you can do to help yourself or someone else that is a victim of this type of criminal behavior.  To access this information utilize the link on this page.

 

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