Erie Co. Sheriff's Office Patrol Logs for the Town of Clarence From Nov 7th Through Nov 13th.
ERIE COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE PATROL LOG FOR THE TOWN OF CLARENCE
11/07/20 through 11/13/20.
Deputies responded to Main Street for a report that someone was shooting at windows of an apartment building with a BB gun. Deputies checked the area with negative results. No damage was noted at the scene.
A burglar alarm was reported at a business on Transit Road. It had been set off by employees.
A 911 hang up was reported at an address on Benet Grass Run. It was accidental by the homeowner.
A caller stated that he had hit a deer on Thompson Road and that he wanted a deer tag for the deer.
First aid responded to an address on Homestead Lane for a person who had fallen and could not get up. The person was transported to the hospital.
A burglar alarm was reported at National Fuel. It had been set off by an employee.
Deputies responded Main Street for a two-car accident with injuries. A person was transported to the hospital complaining of back pain.
Investigators from the Erie County Sheriff’s crash investigation unit closed out an investigation of an injury accident by charging a twenty-one-year old male with reckless driving. Eric Korpela was also ticketed for driving an uninsured and unregister vehicle, speeding and making an unsafe lane change. Korpela was involved in a motorcycle accident on October third of this year on Main Street.
Deputies served an order of protection to a male on Gunnville Road.
Deputies responded to Speedway on Main Street for an unwanted guest. A homeless male who was not supposed to be in the store was in the store. The male was advised and left without incident.
Police responded to Sunoco at Main and Transit for an unknown trouble complaint. A male had asked the clerk to call police because an intoxicated male had opened the passenger side door and climbed into his car. The male was gone when police arrived.
Deputies responded to West Point Drive for a 911 hang up. A male had fallen out of his chair and could not get up.
A burglar alarm was reported on Laurel Park Drive. It had been set off by the homeowner.
Deputies responded to Main Street for a report of a car versus deer accident. Nobody was hurt.
The fire department responded to a home on Goodrich Road for a smoke alarm activation. It was a malfunction.
A resident of West Avenue reported a large open fire in the area. Two people were having a bonfire. No laws were being violated.