Man with heroin breaks into relative's home

Posted at 8:44 AM, Oct 27, 2016

Tonawanda Police say they arrested a man Wednesday night after he broke into a relative's home.

According to police, a report of a suspicious man led them to Timothy Saleh, 36, who allegedly broke into the home through a cellar window when no one was there.

Officers say they found him under a bed in a child's room.

Saleh told officers he just shot up some heroin and officers found needles, heroin and a suspected baggie of cocaine in the room, according to police.

Officers say they also found an assortment of pills in a baggie belonging to Saleh by the cellar window where he broke in.

According to officials, there was an outstanding warrant for Saleh for obstructing governmental administration out of Tonawanda City Court.

Saleh is charged with burglary and criminal possession of a controlled substance, according to police.