Erie Co. Sheriff’s Office Patrol Logs for the Town of Clarence from Nov 23rd Through 29th.
11/23/19: A caller reported that a toothless male was panhandling at the Walmart plaza. Patrol checked the area with negative results.
First aid responded to Wexford Manar for an infant that was turning blue. The child regained her color and was transported by family to the doctor’s office.
The fire department responded to the Brothers of Mercy campus for an apartment that was filling with smoke. The resident had turned on the self-cleaning function of the stove. The smoke was ventilated from the building
11/24/19: Deputies responded to a report of a vehicle that went off of the roadway on Miland Road. The vehicle was impounded until the driver speaks to patrol about why he or she fled the scene of an accident.
A burglar alarm was reported at an address on Conner Road. The alarm had been set off by a cleaning person.
11/25/19: A resident of Pineledge Drive West reported that someone had used his personal information to get a credit card in his name. The incident is under investigation.
Deputies responded to a disturbance between a male and a female on Strickler Road. The couple had broken up and they were arguing about property. No offense was committed.
11/26/19: Deputies responded to a report of a disturbance at an address on Main Street. Thirty six year old Josue Rivera was charged with endangering the welfare of a child.
Deputies responded to an altercation between two teenage males at an address on Connemara Drive. No crime was committed.
11/27/19: Twenty one year old Deshawn White was charged with operating a vehicle with a suspended registration after his vehicle was stopped for an infraction on Harris Hill Road. Twenty six year old Shannon Lavey who was a passenger in the vehicle was arrested on three bench warrants out of the city of Buffalo and a warrant for violation of probation. She was turned over to Buffalo police.
A resident of Main Street reported that he had received a phone call about his social security number being locked because of criminal activity. He gave the caller personal information. This is a scam.
11/28/19: Deputies stopped a vehicle for driving on the shoulder of the road on Connection Drive. Forty five year old Brenda Hogan failed roadside sobriety tests and was charged with driving while intoxicated. Hogan refused to submit to a chemical test to determine what her blood alcohol content was.
Deputies responded to a disturbance at an address on Salt Road. An intoxicate female was throwing items around the house claiming that her ex-boyfriend had trashed the place. A sober friend of the female stated that the male had not been to the residence.
11/29/19: A caller stated that they were driving down Goodrich and one of the windows had shattered. Windows do in fact sometimes shatter for no apparent reason or because of a mall crack or imperfection. If your window on your car breaks you usually have coverage for glass replacement.
Police get many calls of suspicious vehicles or persons during the holidays. Because of increased deliveries around the holidays, many delivery companies subcontract out some of the work.