Buffalo Police Report Given To City Council

In his regular report to the Buffalo City Council at their recent meeting, Buffalo Police Chief Jason Carder said it was a relatively normal month for his department.

There were 1,026 mostly routine incidents his officers responded to during the month of March, including 80 traffic stops, 11 alarm calls, 10 minor theft reports, and a couple of disorderly conduct calls as a few examples.

Dispatch handled nearly 3,000 calls during the month, and Animal Control Officer Karen Kimutis, in addition to picking up 6 dogs in the city, setting one animal trap, responding to two reports of feral cats and dealing with dog and cat bite reports, she responded to four animal calls in the county, for which they will be billed $50 each, or $200 total for the month.