Erie Co. Sheriff's Office Patrol Logs for Marilla and Alden from 10/19 Through 10/25.
Deputies found a vehicle in Alden Town Park after closing. The driver thought that he could access park Street from the park. He was advised.
A male called from an address on Wish Circle reporting that his estranged wife came to the residence and started causing a disturbance. The female was advised to leave.
A struck deer was reported at Broadway near Two Rod Road it was removed from the roadway.
Patrol responded to the Marilla Country Store for a report of a dog locked in a vehicle the dog was fine.
A local hospital reported a resident of Genesee Street came into the emergency room with a dog bite. The animal control officer will follow up.
Detectives from the Sheriff’s Office arrested forty year old William Fullagar on charges of grand larceny. Fullagar allegedly cashed approximately twenty thousand dollars in checks out of a closed bank account at Alden State Bank. He was held pending his appearance in court.
First aid responded to the Alden Medical Group for a person that needed to go to the hospital.
Sixty one year old Edward Levan of Marilla was charged with vehicular assault in the second degree and failure to yield the right of way. The charges stemmed from an accident in July of this year. Levan was arraigned in Marilla Court and was released pending further proceedings.
Deputies arrested twenty six year old Donald Close on a bench warrant out of Springville Court on charges of criminal mischief. Lancaster police had contacted the sheriff’s after detaining Close during a traffic stop.
The Erie County Sheriff’s Civil Division executed an eviction on Park Street.
First aid responded to Four Rod Road for an ill person who was feeling dizzy.
Deputies responded to an address on Williston Road for a 911 hang up. It was accidental.
Fifty one year old Jeffrey Crocker was charged with driving while intoxicated after he failed roadside sobriety tests at the intersection of Clinton Street and Exchange Street. Crocker had driven his vehicle into the ditch. Crocker refused to submit to a chemical test at the Elma substation.
A resident of Two Rod Road of Two Rod Road sent nine thousand dollars bail money via UPS to a male claiming to be her grandson. A male called the victim stating that he was in jail and needed bail money. This is one of the most common scams against the elderly.
*** Drivers should slow down and be alert over the next two months as hunting season is usually accompanied by an increase in vehicles colliding with deer.