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Erie Co. Sheriff’s Office Patrol Logs for Alden and Marilla From 3/20 Through 3/26.


Deputies responded to the corner of Broadway and Clearvue for a loud party. They were advised to turn down the music because of a complaint.

A caller from a residence om East Blood Road reported seeing a bear running across his property.

A resident of Four Rod Road called about fireworks going off somewhere in the area.


Deputies arrested a driver at an EMS scene on Broadway in the town of Alden. Forty-four-year old Keith Ransom drove past fire police who had the road closed running over several traffic cones. Ransom was charged with failing to obey an emergency order and aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle.

A caller reported loud music playing at an address on Cayuga Creek Road. The homeowner agreed to turn the music down.


A resident of Manitou Drive stated that his intoxicated neighbor was walking the dog and made threatening comments to him. All involved subjects were advised.

A resident of Exchange Street reported that someone had filed an unemployment claim using her personal information.

The fire department responded to Three Rod Road for a fairly large grass fire caused by an unattended fire. We are currently under a burn ban from the department of conservation.


Fire responded to a grass fire on Shannon Drive.

Fire responded to a grass fire on Bullis Road.

The fire department responded to Bush Gardens for a female who was having difficulty breathing. The female was transported to the hospital.


A resident of Williston Road reported that someone filed for unemployment using his personal information.

A resident of Fairview Drive reported an ATV was stolen from his yard sometime over the past week.


Police received reports of people illegally riding ATV’s on Colonial woods and Arlington Drive.

Police responded to Seabrook Drive to assist Crisis Services with an interview. The subject did not open the door.


The fire department responded to Bullis Road for a person that had consumed a marijuana edible and was having an adverse reaction.

Police and fire responded to multiple calls of trees down and downed power lines because of high winds.

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