ERIE COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE PATROL LOG FOR ALDEN AND MARILLA 01/12/19 THROUGH 01/18/19.
01/12/19: First Aid responded to Shannon Drive for a person who had slipped and fallen. The subject was evaluated and for injuries and signed off and did not go to the hospital.
A disabled vehicle was reported on Townline Road near Broadway. The vehicle was not blocking traffic and the driver had already called for a ride.
01/13/19: First Aid responded to Eldridge Drive in Marilla for a report of a 96 year old who was complaining of a breathing problem. The person was transported to the hospital.
Deputies responded to a two vehicle accident on Three Rod Road. Both drivers were evaluated and were found to be uninjured.
01/14/19: Deputies responded to Kellogg Street for a report of a disturbance. Patrol spoke to a male and his girlfriend about an altercation. Both had been drinking. An incident report was completed and there were no charges.
A three car accident occurred on Broadway Road near Emerson Street. One person was transported to the hospital with minor injuries.
01/15/19: Deputies responded to a burglar alarm at an address on Westwood Road in Alden. Everything appeared to be secure.
A motorist called from Bullis Road reporting that he believed that he had hit an owl with his vehicle. Patrol checked the area. The owl was gone.
01/16/19: Deputies responded to a disturbance at an address on Liberia Road. A male and a female admitted that there had been a verbal argument over a cell phone but were not cooperative with police. They were advised.
A woman came to the Alden station to report that her daughter had run away. The female was located in Clarence on a separate call of a suspicious person at a convenience store. The female was transported to ECMC for an evaluation.
01/17/19: Deputies tried to serve a warrant at an address in Marilla. Nobody appeared to be at home.
A burglar alarm was reported at a Clinton Street residence. Patrol checked the residence and found everything to be secure.
Deputies responded to Rusher Drive in Alden for a trespass complaint. A male who had been evicted from his apartment a few days prior was at his old apartment. Deputies advised the male that he needed to leave or be charged with trespass. The responding deputy also suggested to the male that he not drive because he appeared to be intoxicated. Rather than have one of the other people that were with him drive, fifty one year old Jason Drew got in the car and pulled away. The deputy pulled Drew over because he did not put on his seatbelt. Drew failed sobriety tests and refused to take a breath test to determine the alcohol content of his blood. He was charged with driving while intoxicated and failing to wear a seatbelt.