Erie Co. Sheriff's Office Patrol Logs for Clarence. 4/6 - 4/12.
Deputies stopped a vehicle on Lapp Road and charged a male with driving while intoxicated. Forty five year old Brian Marquart, allegedly failed roadside sobriety tests and refused to submit to a breath test following his arrest. He was released to a sober third party pending arraignment.
Deputies responded to Walmart on Transit Road for two females that were detained for shoplifting. Forty four year old Chabreal Holified and an eighteen year old female codefendant are accused of leaving the store with approximately two hundred and fifty dollars in property without paying. Both were charged with petit larceny. Holifield was also arrested on two outstanding warrants.
A builder reported a possible break in at a new build house on Willowleaf Court. Some painting supplies and equipment had been taken. Apparently the painters who hadn’t showed up in three weeks came and took their belongings. They had broken a door frame because the builder had locked the items in a secure room.
A disturbance was reported on Via Marina Street. A female called about her two adult sons who were arguing. One of the males had left before patrol arrived.
A business on Sheridan Drive reported damage to a large window on the front of the business. Patrol checked security cameras from a business across the street and it appears that a deer ran into the window causing the damage.
A resident of Rapids Road reported that someone had used his information to open a best buy account and make purchases that were delivered to somewhere in New Jersey.
A caller was upset because a group of males were horsing around in the parking lot of a fitness company on Transit Road. His car had been hit by a basketball that the males were throwing at each other. There was no damage but the caller wanted them advised of their “deplorable” behavior. The males were gone.
A motorist called about a loose dog that was running into the road on Tonawanda Creek Road. The animal control officer was notified.
A group of three females filled two large empty purses with an undetermined amount of clothing at J. C. Penney’s on Transit Road and ran out of the store without paying. They fled in vehicle after throwing one off the purses at the loss prevention officer.
An angry male showed up at a Transit Road Hair salon demanding a refund for his wife’s haircut from three weeks ago. The employees locked the front door and he left prior to patrol arriving.
A 911 hang up call came in from a residence on Glenwood Drive. It was accidental by the homeowner.
A caller reported a suspicious male who was walking backwards on Shimerville Road. Patrol checked the area with negative results.