Alden and Marilla Patrol Logs From the Erie Co. Sheriff’s Office.
ERIE COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE PATROL LOGS FOR
ALDEN AND MARILLA
07/06/19 THROUGH 07/12/19.
A vehicle was repossessed form a residence on Broadway in the town of Alden. The owner was aware.
A burglar alarm was reported at a residence on Three Rod Road. It had been set off by the homeowner.
First aid responded to a residence on Virginia Drive for an ill person. The person was transported to the hospital.
A resident of Four Road called to complain that an elderly male was riding his lawn mower around on the road. Patrol checked the area with negative results.
First aid responded to a residence on John Court for an ill female. The person was transported to the hospital.
Deputies responded to Irving Street in Alden for a welfare check. A caller stated that a male was sending texts about hurting himself. When patrol arrived everyone was sleeping. The male was fine and did not appear to know what the caller was talking about. The complaint appears to have ben unfounded.
Deputies were called to an address on Genesee Street for a report of a suspicious male. Twenty five year old Rene Ortiz was charged with giving a false name to police. He was also arrested on several outstanding warrants.
Deputies responded to an accident on Two Rod Road. A car went off the road and crashed into a tree. The driver was complaining of minor pain from the seat belt but she signed off after being evaluated.
A male called from Jamison Road. He had been driving down the road and his truck had started on fire. The fire department responded. The vehicle was seriously damaged but nobody was hurt.
Deputies were called to the village of Alden for a report of four teens riding around on bikes while wearing masks. The caller thought one of the males had a knife. Deputies advised the males that people were worried because of their masks. No knife was found and it was just a group of kids messing around. No crimes were committed.
A vehicle was repossessed at an address on Sandridge Road. The owner was not aware.
First aid responded to Broadway for a fifteen year old male passed out under a tree. The male was intoxicated. His mother came and picked him up.
Deputies responded to an address on Exchange Street for a report of a disturbance. All parties were advised no crimes were committed.
An intoxicated male called from West Main Street and claimed that he had been assaulted. He apparently had gotten into a shoving match with a former coworker.