Erie County Sheriff's Office patrol logs for Alden and Marilla from 4/18 Through 4/24.
Deputies were called to Hemstreet Road for a report of a disturbance. Two intoxicated individuals here having an argument. Both people denied that there was a problem.
Deputies responded to Fairview Drive for a disturbance between a male and his wife. The female gathered her things and left for the night to stay at a friend’s residence.
Police responded to a disturbance on Eastwood Road. A female had been arguing with her husband and her son. The woman left the house to wait for police at another location. All parties were advised.
A female caller reported that a male friend had left in the middle of the night and the male had stolen her purse and her wallet. The male was located at his home in Kenmore he was charged with grand larceny and petit larceny and was released on appearance tickets.
A resident of Crittenden Road was receiving threatening e mails. She needed a report for work.
A burglar alarm was reported at a residence on North Road. It had been set off by the homeowner.
First Aid responded to West Avenue for a ten year old child that was cut by the blade of a lawn mower. The child was transported for treatment.
A caller reported that there was a teenager in the bucket of a high lift behind the Alden School. Nobody was in the bucket of the machine and it was approximately 35 feet in the air. Nobody was around.
A female needed deputies to assist her in retrieving property from an address on Eastwood Road. She got her things without incident.
A caller reported that a person with a mask and a skateboard may have been on the roof at the Marilla Primary School. The person left prior to patrols arrival.
Two young children were bored from being inside because of the virus and packed up overnight bags and left their home on Sandridge Road in the middle of the night to have a sleep over with friends. The adult at the Crittenden Road address was just as surprised when the children knocked on his door. The children were returned home.
A resident of an apartment complex on Broadway called police because a male was dancing in the parking lot. Its not against the law to dance in a parking lot. The male was just enjoying the weather.