Erie Co. Sheriff's Office Patrol Logs For Clarence from March 13th - 19th.
A caller from the Walmart parking lot reported that a female was passed out in a vehicle in the parking lot. The person was simply an employee taking a nap. To avoid a full scale response by the fire department it’s recommended that simply tapping on the window and asking the person if they are in need of first aid or police assistance could avoid confusion.
Deputies investigated a suspicious vehicle at a church on Goodrich Road. The people had pulled into the lot because they are playing Pokeman and there is a Pokeman gym at that GPS location.
At approximately 2:00 A.M. deputies located a vehicle stopped in the roadway in the area of Clarence Center Road and Salt Road. The driver appeared to be asleep at the wheel. Deputies report that the seventeen year old male driver failed roadside sobriety tests and he was placed under arrest for driving while intoxicated. The subject submitted a breath sample to determine his blood alcohol content and that showed that his blood alcohol content was twice the legal limit.
An intoxicated twenty year old male was charged with attempted larceny after another male found the subjected inside of his vehicle going through the glove box. The incident occurred at the parking lot of a fitness center on Transit Road.
Thirty three year old Jedidiah Aiken was charged with trespassing for begging for money at the Sunoco at Main Street and Transit Road. The manager of the store had previously advised him that he is not welcome. He is frequently bothering people at businesses along Transit Road. (If a panhandler is being aggressive or threatening you need to stay on location to sign a criminal complaint against the person. It serves no purpose to call 911 and leave because you don’t want to get involved.)
A resident of Greenbriar Road called 911 at two o’clock in the morning to report suspicious vehicles in front of her house. A person was outside of one of the vehicles with a flashlight. The person called back to cancel because after getting a better look at the cars one of the cars had the words (Amherst Police) on the side.
Deputies stopped a vehicle for speeding on Kenfield Road. Thirty two year old John McDonald was also charged with aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle in the second degree. His license had been revoked for driving while intoxicated.
Forty nine year old Michele Adamczak was charged with petit larceny after failing to ring up approximately one hundred and four dollars in merchandise at Walmart’s self -check out. She was released on an appearance ticket pending arraignment.
A caller from Millstone Court reported getting harassing text messages. The caller was advised on how to block calls and texts.
A two vehicle accident was reported on Main Street. People were evaluated for minor injuries but everyone signed off and did not go to the hospital.
Twenty six year old Bryan Mineo was charged with petit larceny after stealing approximately five hundred and eighty five dollars in electronics from Best Buy. Deputies apprehended Mineo as he attempted to leave the area in a vehicle.