• Erie Co. Blotter.

Erie Co. Sheriff's Office Patrol Logs For Marilla and Alden from March 13th - 19th.


The owner of a restaurant on Broadway reported that two thousand dollars had been hacked and transferred out of his bank account. The banking application Zelle which many banks offer their customers is apparently prone to being hacked.

Deputies responded to an illegal dumping complaint on Billo Road. A report was completed and the incident was turned over to the Department of Conservation Police.


Deputies responded to Two Rod Road in Marilla for a disturbance. Thirty two year old Jacob Feller was charged with assault after he allegedly attacked two family members. Feller was remanded to the holding center pending arraignment.


First aid responded to the Alden Medical Group for a report of a male that was having breathing issues. The male was transported to the hospital.

Deputies responded to Gebhard Lane for a report of two men fighting. One of the males fled into the woods prior to patrol arriving. An incident report was completed. There were no charges.

A resident of Williston Road was arrested on a warrant out of Buffalo Court. Twenty one year old Joseph Piesecki was turned over to Buffalo police at central booking.


A male reported that he owns a company that puts out Candy for a Cause displays and that he feels that a former employee had stolen money from him.


Sixty two year old Guy Giras was charged with reckless endangerment and obstruction of governmental administration after confronting Village of Alden employees and making threats to shoot people. He was remanded to the holding center pending arraignment.


Deputies arrested sixty two year old Guy Giras for violating an order of protection that prohibited him from going to the village department of public works building. He allegedly pulled into the driveway and sat in his vehicle for a short period of time before leaving. He was charged with criminal contempt and was remanded to the holding center.

A female stole a cart full of groceries from Tops in Alden. An employee got a picture of the vehicle including the plate number. Detectives from the Sheriff’s Office are investigating the incident.


A resident of Peters Corners Road reported a suspicious vehicle driving along the railroad tracks in the area. Per CSX Railroad they had an employee in that area.

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