Erie Co. Sheriff's Office Patrol Logs for the Town of Clarence from 06/01 Through 06/07
06/01/19: A burglar alarm was reported at a business on County Road. Patrol checked the building and found everything to be in order.
A large black dog was running around the parking lot at the Home Depot. The dog control officer was advised.
A female caller left her dog at a friend’s house on Gunnville Road while she relocated to Texas for the military. The friend now is refusing to return the dog.
06/02/19: Deputies responded to a report of a disturbance between a teenage female and her mother. The females were arguing over sixty dollars. They were advised.
A resident of Brookhaven Drive reported hearing gun shots in the area. Patrol located a group of teens who were setting off fireworks. They were advised.
06/03/19: Deputies stopped a vehicle on Goodrich Road after a plate reader alarm. A twenty two year old male was charged with operating a vehicle with a suspended registration and aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle in the third degree.
A resident of Patricia Drive reported that an older clunky looking maroon van was driving slowing around the area. The people in the van were taking down an old structure down the street from the callers address.
06/04/19: Deputies stopped a vehicle on Conner Road for a speeding violation. A thirty three year old male was charged with operating a vehicle with a suspended registration.
A fifty year old male was arrested for forgery in the third degree to close out an incident that occurred at an address on Ransom Rod in March of this year. The male was remanded to the holding center on cash bail.
06/05/19: A fifty three year old male was apprehended on Whitwick Terrace. He was arrested on a warrant for failing to change his address with the sex offender registry.
A resident of Main Street gave her bank account information to a male who was supposed to wire her money into her account. Instead the male stole the money from her bank account.
06/06/19: Patrol received several calls of a man panhandling at the Home Depot Plaza. Nobody wished to sign a criminal complaint. The subject was advised.
Deputies responded to an unruly person complaint at Tim Hortons. Patrol advised the male that he was no longer allowed on the premises per the store manager.
06/07/19: Deputies responded to a spa on Roll Road because a customer was upset because she could not return a product and then repurchase the same product using another form of payment. She was advised that patrol could not force the business to give a refund.
A resident of Stonebriar Drive reported that someone had used her credit card to purchase one thousand dollars in merchandise from Addidas sportswear.