• Erie Co. Blotter.

Erie Co. Sheriff's Office Patrol Logs for Alden and Marilla, 09/26 Through 10/02.


Deputies responded to Parker Road for a report of loud noise and rowdiness at a residence. Patrol checked the area with negative results.

First aid responded to Westcott Avenue for a male that was down on the floor. The male was transported to the hospital.


Deputies responded to a report of a disturbance on Four Rod Road in Marilla. A thirty eight year old male was charged with assault, criminal mischief, endangering the welfare of a child and arson. He was remanded to the holding center pending arraignment. There may be additional charges pending as other people were injured in a fight between several people.

A thirty nine year old woman was arrested for shoplifting at Tops Market after she allegedly left the store with a cart full of merchandise. She was released on an appearance ticket for petit larceny.


A male caller stated that a logging crew is on his property and had cleared about eight acres without his permission.


A resident of Exchange Street reported that during the early morning hours that someone had thrown a pizza at her window.

Patrols responded to an alarm at the Village of Alden DPW. The building appeared to be secure.

Deputies responded to Hemstreet Road for a disturbance between a female and her son. An incident report was completed for a son that had been throwing things around in his bedroom. No criminal charges.


Deputies responded to a report of a disturbance on Hemstreet Road in Marilla. A twenty year old male was charged with criminal mischief. The male was processed at the Elma station and was released on an appearance ticket.

A resident of Townline Road reported fraudulent charges were made on his debit card.


A resident of Virginia Drive reported that someone had stolen a Blue Lives Matter from her front lawn.

A resident of Meadow Drive reported money had been taken from his wife’s purse. Possibly taken by a family member.

A resident of Broadway fell victim to a scammer and purchased Gift cards then gave the scammer the activation codes off of the back of the cards.


A resident of Cayuga Creek Road called in a complaint about loud music in the area. Patrol spoke with the homeowner where the music was coming from.

The manager of the 7/11 on Genesee Street stated that they found a Black NEXT mountain bike. The bike was taken to the Alden substation.

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