Erie Co. Sheriff's Office Patrol Log's for Marilla and Alden. 05/11 through 05/17.
05/11/19: Deputies served a Subpoena at a residence on Henskee Road.
Deputies responded to an office alarm at a business on Townline Road. Patrol checked the business with a key holder. It appears to have been a malfunction.
05/12/19: Deputies responded to a report of a blue sedan that was swerving all over the road on Genesee Street from Genesee County. Patrol checked the area with negative results.
05/13/19: A 911 hang up was reported at a residence on Sandridge Road. There was an open line with static. The residence was found to be secure and it appeared that nobody was home.
An intoxicated male left a log and rambling message on the answering machine at Alden Pharmacy. The staff was advised to call police if the male came in to the pharmacy.
First aid responded to an address on Hemstreet Road for a possible overdose. A male was transported to the hospital. He was alert and conscious at the time of transport.
05/14/19: First aid responded to West Main Street for a person that had a bloody nose that would not stop.
The fire department responded to East Drive for a carbon Monoxide detector.
05/15/19: A caller from Creekridge Drive called about a vehicle that was pulling into driveways and going by houses slowly at 4:30 in the morning. The caller has seen the same vehicle before. Patrol checked the area with negative results. Between 3:00 A.M. and 6:00 there are multiple newspaper delivery people delivering the Buffalo News all over western New York.
05/16/19: A resident of Cloverdale Road called about multiple phone calls from telemarketers. They were advised to only answer the phone from known numbers.
A resident of Wende Road reported that someone had fraudulently opened a pay-pal account. A police report was completed so that the incident could be resolved.
05/17/19: Deputies were called to Bayview Drive to assist in a property retrieval. The items were retrieved without incident.
Deputies responded to a two vehicle accident on Broadway. There were no injuries.