• Erie Co. Blotter.

Erie Co. Sheriff’s Office Patrol Logs for Marilla and Alden 09/12 Through 09/18.

Updated: Oct 8


First aid responded to the area Of Two Rod Road and Broadway for a report of a male and a female down on the ground. They were sleeping.


Deputies responded to Westwood Road for a loud party complaint. The homeowner was advised about the complaint and promised to turn the music down and not play songs with profanity.

First aid responded to Porterville Road for an ill person. The person signed off and did not go to the hospital.


A resident of Winchester Drive needed a form for a lost trailer plate.

Deputies responded to Alden State Bank for a teller alarm. It was set off by accident


Deputies responded to an address on Genesee Street to assist Crisis Services with an evaluation. Nobody answered the door.

Deputies responded to a loud music complaint at Bush Gardens. The homeowner agreed to turn the music down.


Deputies responded to Hemstreet Road for a possible order of protection. Deputies were going to request a warrant for criminal contempt.

Deputies responded to a suspicious person complaint on Broadway at the fire hall. A male stated he was resting and he was walking to New York City. He refused to show identification and left without incident.


A female caller wanted her seventeen-year-old grandson removed as an unwanted guest. She was advised that police could not put the child out of his legal residence.

A caller reported that her dog had gotten loose in the area of Two Road and Clinton Street.

First aid responded to Four Rod Road for a report of a van driver having a medical condition. The driver was transported to the hospital.


Deputies responded to the area of Williston Road after a resident called about her car alarm going off. They checked the area with negative results.

A resident of Clinton Street said that a truck had dumped a load of debris on his property. The caller had a license plate. The responding officer spoke with the offender and he returned and cleaned up the mess.

A resident of Cary Road felt that someone had tried to open her front door. Patrols checked the area and nobody was around.


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