Crazy Night In West Seneca Involves Police Chase and Cars Shot With Pellet Guns
It was a night to remember for West Seneca Police on Tuesday night.
According to The Buffalo News, West Seneca Police responded to multiple crazy calls that all happened in a roughly five-hour time frame.
The first incident was when police responded to individuals allegedly firing pellet guns at cars near Indian Church and Mineral Springs Roads.
Christopher J. Sexton, 27, of Buffalo and Lucas A. Blazek, 24, of Fort Erie, Ont. were both arrested on multiple charges after police say three different vehicles were shot at with large-caliber pellet guns around 8 p.m.
One of those vehicles included a small child as a passenger, and another was driven by a volunteer fireman responding to a call.
Both suspects were hiding when police found them in laying in the brush.
Then after midnight, police responded to a large construction vehicle driving erratically, swerving into the oncoming lane.
The driver, however, didn't stop when police attempted to pull over the vehicle. That's when West Seneca Police were led on a pursuit from West Seneca to Amherst.
Police had to smash the driver's side window to remove the driver, Ali R. Zahedi, 26, of Ashburn, Va. Police described bizarre behavior and they found the vehicle to be stolen. The suspect also resisted arrest.
Luckily, no officers were injured.
To top it off, West Seneca Police also responded to two people trying to gain access to vehicles on Covington Drive around 1:30 a.m. Both were juveniles and released to their parents.
Talk about a crazy night! Thank you to the West Seneca Police for their services.