• Erie Co. Blotter.

Erie Co. Sheriff's Office Patrol Logs for Alden and Marilla from 8/3 through 8/9.


Deputies responded to a report of a disturbance at an address on West Main Street. A male stated that his neighbor came home and took a swing at him. Both subjects were advised by patrol.

A 911 hang up call came in from an address on Sullivan Road. There was an issue with the phone line.


A male called from an address on Three Rod Road. His employee had borrowed a company vehicle and had failed to return in in two days. The vehicle was returned after patrol spoke with the subject on the phone.

A male called from an address on Cherry Tree Lane complaining about packages being delivered because someone allegedly opened accounts in his name. The caller appears to be confused and the complaint appears to be unfounded.

A male reported a suspicious vehicle on Lambert Drive. The caller claimed that a vehicle pulled off to the shoulder and then drove off when he went out to check on the vehicle. Pulling to the shoulder of the road is not against the law.


A resident of Irving Street thought that it was suspicious that four people were sitting in a vehicle smoking something. Patrol checked the area and all of the vehicles were unoccupied.

An alarm was reported at the Alden State Bank. It had been set off by an employee.


A car was reported to be on fire at a residence on Irving Street. The fire then spread to the garage. At this time the cause of the fire has not been determined. Erie County Fire investigators are following up.

A resident of West Avenue reported that several teens were engaged in youthful horseplay near the fire hall. Patrol checked the area with negative results.


A resident of Clinton Street called about a vehicle sitting on the side of the road. The driver had pulled over to use the cellphone.

The fire department responded to Crittenden Road for a report of a male on the ground. A male was transported to the hospital for a possible seizure.

A resident Of North Road stated that someone had dumped about thirty pounds of rotten meat into his trash can.


Police responded to an address in Bush Gardens for two males who were arguing about missing money. They were advised.

Patrol responded to the area of West Main Street and Sandridge Road for three teens who were horsing around in the street. The subjects were gone when police arrived.


An alarm was reported at a residence on Broadway. It had been set off by people who were cleaning out the house after the death of a family member.

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