ERIE COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE PATROL LOG FOR ALDEN AND MARILLA 12/22/18 THROUGH 12/28/18.
Deputies stopped a vehicle near Townline and Schlemmer Road for failing to dim its headlights. Forty four year old Renee Stoos was charged with aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle in the third degree.
Deputies responded to a disturbance on Lavender Lane in Alden. Both subjects had been drinking and they got into an argument. One person was picked up by a friend to avoid any more problems for the night.
Deputies responded to a rollover accident on Broadway near Bonnie Lake Drive. A female was extricated from the vehicle and was transported to Erie County Medical Center and was in stable condition.
Deputies assisted a male in retrieving his personal property from his ex-girlfriends residence on Abby Lane.
Deputies responded to several reports of vehicles off the road because of slick roadway conditions.
A burglar alarm was reported at a residence on Bullis Road. It had been set off by the homeowner.
Deputies responded to an alarm at the Saint John’s School on Sandridge Road. Patrol checked the building and found it to be secure.
Deputies advised a couple that were parked in a vehicle at the Alden town Park that the park was closed and they left without incident.
The fire department responded to a carbon monoxide alarm on Homecourt Street. It was a malfunctioning alarm.
Deputies responded to 911 hang up call at an address on Broadway. The home did not have a landline phone
An altercation between inmates was investigated at the correctional facility on Walden Avenue.
A resident of Williston Road reported hearing a loud noise and feeling the ground shake. Patrol spoke with other people in the neighborhood and nobody else reported anything out of the ordinary.
Deputies responded to a neighbor dispute on Walden Avenue. The caller believed that his neighbor had dumped a small pile of debris on his property.
A caller claimed that a male had vandalized construction equipment that was parked near the West Alden Kitchen. Patrol spoke with both involved subjects and there was no proof to back up the claim of the caller. The caller admitted that he did not witness who actually damaged the equipment.