Erie Co. Sheriff's Office Patrol Logs for Marilla and Alden From 12/28 Through 01/03.
12/28/19: Two males aged twenty and twenty two were charged with animal cruelty, burglary, criminal mischief and petit larceny after they broke into a barn on Hemstreet Road and stole some chickens which they then killed.
12/29/19: Deputies responded to a property damage accident on Bullis Road. Forty year old Mark Eagan was charged with aggravated driving while intoxicated, speeding and failure to stop at a stop sign. Eagan submitted to a breath test which showed that his blood alcohol content was .24 of one percent or three times the legal limit.
Police and fire responded to Williston Road for a report of a person who took too much medication. The person was transported to the hospital.
Deputies were called to a 911 hang up call on Two Rod Road. It was accidental by the homeowner.
12/31/19: First Aid responded to an address on Two Rod Road for a male that had fallen and could not get up.
01/01/20: Deputies responded to a report of a disorderly person on Park Street. Two females were arguing over a male. The offending woman was given a ride back home.
Deputies responded to Two Rod Road for a complaint of an unwanted guest. A couple is going through divorce and they both had their new paramour over at the house. All were advised.
01/02/20: Deputies stopped a vehicle on Crittenden Road after a plate reader alarm for a suspended registration. Fifty one year old Thomas Hunt was charged with aggravated unlicensed operation of motor vehicle in the third degree, suspended registration and operating without insurance. The vehicle was towed and Hunt was released on traffic tickets.
01/03/20: A caller reported the smell of natural gas in the area of Clinton Street and Three Road. A National Fuel gas pipeline runs through the area. The line had pressure relief valves that sometimes release pressure.
Deputies responded to Westwood Road for a report of a suspicious vehicle. A male was working at the neighbor’s house erecting a pole barn. He was sitting in his truck waiting for the other workers to arrive.
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