Erie Co. Sheriff’s Office Patrol Logs for The Town Of Clarence From 3/20 Through 3/26.
Deputies responded to Capstone Court for a noise complaint. A neighbor was upset about loud music being played in the middle of the night.
A resident of White Acres Road reported that someone had damaged their fence. There was no video or other evidence of criminal activity.
Auto Zone reported that a male left the store and triggered the theft alarm system He left in a Chevy sedan northbound on Transit. They did not get a valid license plate.
Police received complaints of multiple people riding ATV’s on Property near Garden Walk Drive.
A caller reported that a female was laying in the Road near the intersection of Transit Road and Wolcott Road. Patrol checked the area with negative results. There was a dead deer on the shoulder in the area.
Deputies received a burglar alarm from an address on Cobblestone Drive. The residence appeared to be secure.
A resident of Newhouse Road reported that someone had opened up a credit card using her personal information.
Deputies witnessed a vehicle driving north in the southbound traffic lane on Transit Road. After Police stopped the vehicle, the driver failed multiple roadside sobriety tests and was charged with driving while intoxicated. Brian Lewis of Buffalo was transported to the Clarence Station where he was processed and he refused to submit to a breath test to determine his blood alcohol content.
A resident of Northfield Road had questions about a suspicious phone call that he had received. It was a scam.
There is an ongoing issue of youths trespassing and riding unlicensed ATV’s on private property adjacent to White Acres and Barton Road. Allowing your child to operate on other peoples property could have legal repercussions.
Deputies arrested Christopher Caito of Clarence on a warrant for violation of probation. He was transported to the holding center pending his court appearance.
A resident of Newmarket Avenue reported that someone kept calling from Amazon trying to arrange a delivery even though she had not ordered anything.
Deputies served an order of protection at an address om Melinda Drive.
The fire department responded to Wenner Road for a report of a mulch fire.
A resident of Kristina Court reported that someone had damaged his mailbox
A resident of Salt Road reported that someone had put in an unemployment claim using her personal information.
A resident of Thompson Road received a threatening letter. A warrant will be requested.
Police handled multiple calls of wires down and fallen trees due to the high winds.
Police responded to McDonalds for a customer who refused to wear a mask. The male left before police arrived.