Erie Co. Sheriff's Office Patrol Logs for Marilla and Alden from 8/31 Through 9/6.
08/24/19: A burglar alarm was reported at Blackwater Tavern. Patrol checked the building and found it to be secure.
A female caller reported that she had been bitten by the neighbor’s dog. The incident occurred on Westwood Road.
A vehicle was in Alden Town Park after closing. The driver had pulled in and was playing Pokeman Go,
08/25/19: A caller reported that a vehicle was driving slowly around the neighborhood at 6:30 A.M. on Timothy Lane. Patrol checked the area. It was most likely someone delivering the Buffalo News. Hundreds of people each year call on the paper delivery person.
08/26/19: Thirty two year old Cardell Young was arrested on a warrant for violation of probation while he was being held at the county correctional facility on unrelated charges.
Forty eight year old Ian Ford was arrested on an outstanding warrant for traffic infractions. Ford was arrested while being held at the county correctional facility on Walden Avenue on unrelated charges.
08/27/19: Deputies responded to a child custody dispute on Lesswing Road. The caller was advised that the paperwork that she had said that it was her ex-husbands day for custody. She was advised.
First aid responded to Clinton Street for a male who was complaining of chest pains. The male was transported to the hospital.
A 911 hang up call came in from an address on East Avenue. It was accidental by the homeowner.
08/28/19: Patrol responded to Hemstreet Road with first aid for a possible overdose. The person was transported to the hospital.
A vehicle had broken down at Genesee Street near Crittenden Road. Patrol was able to help the person get the car out of the lane of traffic.
08/29/19: Patrol ejected a group of teens from the town park on West Main Street because it was after dark and the park was closed.
The Marilla Fire department responded to a home on Clinton Street for a possible gas leak. They turned off the gas to the residence.
08/30/19: A person called from Williston Road to complain about the fire department responding to calls with their sirens on. She was advised to contact the fire chief to voice her concerns. Patrol spoke to a resident of Boncliff Drive about a possible scam. The caller was advised.