Erie Co. Sheriff's Office Patrol Logs for Clarence From 12/28 Through 01/03.
For some reason a caller believed that it was suspicious for an Uber driver to sit in front of her residence for several minutes after dropping her off. Patrol checked the area and the Uber was gone.
Several people reported that their vehicles were gone through in the area of Boncrest Drive. People continue to leave vehicle unlocked with valuables inside or in some cases leaving the keys in the car. Stop making things easy on criminals by leaving valuables in unlocked cars.
12/29/19: Forty four year old Stacey Landon was charged with petit larceny after she was detained leaving Walmart with items concealed in her purse. She was released on an appearance ticket. Landon’s nineteen year old daughter was also arrested and charged with petit larceny during the same incident.
Police responded to a large fight involving about a dozen people on Meadowlakes Drive. Most of the subjects left prior to the arrival of police. There were no charges.
The fire department responded to County Road for a camper/recreational vehicle on fire.
12/30/19: Deputies responded to a car off the road on Wehrle Drive. Twenty eight year old Cornell Ladd was charged with aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle in the second degree. Ladd was then turned over to Buffalo police on an outstanding warrant.
A male called from Tully’s Good Times. He claimed that the manager was harassing him. The male was intoxicated and the bartender was not serving him so he got upset. He was advised to get a ride home.
12/31/19: Forty one year old Althea Holland was arrested and charged with petit larceny after she left Walmart with good that were not paid for. She was processed by the arresting deputy and was released on an appearance ticket.
Deputies responded to a residence for an out of control five year old child. The deputies were able to get the child calmed down.
01/01/20: A resident of Harris Hill Road called at 5:30 A.M. reporting a grey sedan that was going through people’s mailboxes. Each year police receive hundreds of calls about the person who delivers the newspaper. If you see a vehicle driving slowly around the neighborhood between 3:00 A.M. and 7:00 A.M. stopping at mailboxes, it is most likely the person delivering the Buffalo News.
Police responded to a disturbance on Roseville Lane. A male and a female were arguing. Both were advised to stop arguing and to go to bed.
A deputy was doing a property check of a Main Street restaurant and interrupted two people having sex in a parked car. They were advised to find somewhere more appropriate and sent on their way.
01/02/20: A male called from a residence on Willow Run Court to report that he believes someone had vandalized his gutters.
The manager of Kenyon’s on Goodrich Road reported that a mentally ill male that has been banned from the store for shoplifting is hanging around the store and harassing customers. Patrol took the male home.
01/03/20: The manager of the Old Navy Store on Transit Road reported that two females took items and left without paying. The incident is under investigation.
An attorney reported that he believes that a client is sending him harassing text messages. The complainant was advised of his options.
***Please note that due to publications agreements set forth before the branding of Erie Co. Blotter. We must publish patrol logs a week behind paper publishers.***