Erie Co Sheriffs Office Patrol Logs for the Town of Clarence. Oct 13th Through 19th.
10/13/18: A resident of Kraus Road reported that someone had stolen items from unlocked vehicles in the driveway of her residence.
A caller on Greiner Road also reported items taken from her vehicle. Residents are reminded to lock all vehicles and not to leave valuables in the car overnight.
The clerk called from a convenience store on Main Street. A male was digging through the trash in the dumpster. The male was no longer on scene when patrol arrived.
10/14/18: Patrols were dispatched to an address on Main Street to check on the welfare of a male. The subject was transported to the hospital.
A resident of Main Street reported that the rear window of his vehicle had been smashed out.
10/15/18: A resident of Lakewood Court reported an incident of possible bank fraud. Someone had been paying for Sprint cell phone service out of his bank account. The incident is under investigation.
A resident of Gentwood Drive reported that he found his back door open and that property was missing from the house. The incident is under investigation.
10/16/18: Patrols received a call about an elderly male that was walking in the street on Stahley Road. The male was gone when patrol arrived.
10/17/18: Deputies received a complaint about a panhandler on Transit Road. Thirty Three year old Jedidiah Aikin was arrested on a warrant from Clarence town court. He was remanded to the holding center pending his appearance in Clarence Court.
A caller reported that a male dress for hunting was walking down the bike path carrying a crossbow. The caller was advised that no laws were being violated.
A resident of Main Street reported that her fifteen year old son was causing a disturbance. Patrol dropped the teen off at a family member’s house for the night.
A person turned in a wallet at the Sheriff’s station. The wallet was returned to its owner.
10/18/18: Deputies advised couple in a vehicle at the Tillman Nature Preserve to find another place to park because the parking area was closed.
A resident of a senior apartment complex on Roll Road called about a suspicious vehicle that kept putting on its headlights every once and a while. Patrol spoke to a female who stated that she had driven in from out of town and did not want to wake up her father so late at night. She was going to sleep in in her vehicle.
10/19/18: Deputies stopped a vehicle at Genesee Street and Harris Hill Road for a lighting violation. Thirty seven year old Vaughn Watson was charged with aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle in the third degree. Watson’s license had been suspended for failing to appear in Lancaster Court to answer a traffic ticket.