Erie Co. Sheriff’s Office Patrol Logs for Alden and Marilla from Nov 23rd Through 29th.
11/23/19: Deputies were called to a report of a disturbance on Seabrook Drive in Alden. A male and his girlfriend had a loud argument. The female left for the night with the children.
Deputies responded to a residence on Three Rod Road for a complaint of an unwanted guest. The female caller was advised that she would have to evict the male in question because he has been living at the address.
11/24/19: Deputies responded to Two Rod Road for a report of a female who had jumped out of an Uber before the vehicle had come to a stop. Patrol spoke with a highly intoxicated female and she was not cooperative. She had a laceration on her leg.
First Aid responded to an address on Chestnut Street for an ill female. The female was transported to the hospital.
11/25/19: Deputies responded to a burglar alarm at a business on Exchange Street. Patrol checked the building. Everything appeared to be secure.
The fire department responded to a carbon monoxide Alarm on Eastwood Road. It had been a malfunction.
11/26/19: Deputies responded to Alden Primary on Broadway for a vehicle that was stuck in the mud. A vehicle had tried to drive across the grass to avoid waiting for the buses to leave. A tow truck was called to pull the vehicle out.
Deputies were called to a residence on Two Rod Road for a report of a a rabid Raccoon. The animal was gone when patrol arrived.
11/27/19: Deputies responded 5to Hemstreet Road with the fire department for a possible overdose. The male refused to go to the hospital.
Deputies responded to Townline Road for an alarm. Patrol checked the building and it appeared to be secure.
11/28/19: First aid responded to East Drive for a male who had fallen and injured his shoulder. The male was transported to the hospital.
Deputies and State Police responded to a disturbance on Eastwood Road. A female left the residence and went to a friend’s house for the night.
11/29/19: A resident of Bush Gardens reported that her son had left the residence the day before and had not returned. The female called back to report that the male had called her and he was fine.
Patrol responded to Alden Medical Group for a side door alarm. The alarm had been set off by an employee.