Police Chief Gives Monthly Report To Buffalo Council

Police Chief Gives Monthly Report To Buffalo Council

Buffalo Police Chief Jason Carder recapped his report to the city council for the month of January, saying there were 1,147 incidents and 3,090 calls handled by his department and dispatch.

There were four animal calls in the county that the city will bill them $200 for.

Carder also said he had officers respond to another limited-visibility problem on Interstate 90 last week to help with traffic control, as they did during a multi-car crash at the Piney Creek interchange a few weeks ago.

He reported that a vehicle parked for an extended time at Crazy Woman Square was moved after officers spoke with the owner.

After glancing at the written report, councilman Bill Hawley was again upset at the number of sexually-oriented arrests made in Buffalo during the month, two for child abuse/neglect/pornography and one for sexual assault/rape.

Carder finished by saying they have made an arrest in connection with the mail thefts that were happening here over the last few weeks.

Carder had no other information in the mail theft case at that time, but the investigation continues.

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