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08/08/20: Deputies were called to the area of Shisler Road and Tillman Road for an unknown trouble complaint. A group of kids was partying at the nature preserve and were making noise that was keeping the neighbor’s awake. The kids were send on their way. A resident of the Maples called because her dogs were barking and someone had rang her doorbell. The offending person had dropped a cell phone.  The caller knew who the person was and the caller stated that she would handle the issue herself.

08/09/20: A nineteen year old female and a twenty two year old female charged with petit larceny after they were apprehended for shoplifting at Walmart on Transit Road. Both females were processed and released on appearance tickets pending arraignment. Deputies responded to Goodrich Road near Sesh Road for a loud party complaint. They were advised to turn the music down. Deputies responded to Dash’s Market. Two males were causing a disturbance about not wanting to wear masks into the store. They left prior to patrols arrival.

08/10/20: A twenty year old female was charged with grand larceny after she took a debit card from a home on Heise Road where she was employed as a home health care aid and charged over two thousand dollars in transactions on a bank debit card. Police responded to Tully’s Good Times on Main Street for a report of a disturbance. The offender was located at the Budget Inn. Forty four year old Joseph Wagner was arrested on an outstanding warrant for violation of Parole. He was remanded to the Erie County Holding Center. A female reported that her phone was taken from an Uber at an address on Wehrle Drive. Patrol contacted the phone and the male who answered stated that he had found the phone and he would drop it off at the Hamburg police station and the complainant could pick it up there. 08/11/20: The fire department responded to Capstone Court because the side of one of the apartment building was on fire. Fire investigators from the Sheriff’s Office responded to investigate the cause. Deputies responded to Arondale Drive for a dog that was stuck under a shed. The dog had chased a woodchuck under the shed. It came out on its own after patrol arrived. A resident of Old Post Drive reported someone called claiming to be her grandson and that he needed money because he had gotten into an accident and needed bail money. The caller did not send money. This is a very common fraudulent scheme.   08/12/20:  The fire department responded to an address on Brentwood Drive for a fire alarm. It was a malfunction. Deputies responded to an address on Transit Road for a report of catalytic converters that were cut off their work vehicles.  A resident of Golden Oak Circle reported that someone entered his residence and took his simple safe alarm base. A male called from a local car dealership stating that his ex-girlfriend had showed up and work and had dumped a bunch of his clothes on his vehicle and then poured chocolate milk on everything.  08/13/20:  Police responded to a report of a disturbance on Tonawanda Creek Road. One of the involved parties left prior to patrols arrival.  Deputies responded to a motorcycle accident on Tonawanda creek Road. The driver was transported to the hospital after hitting a deer.  A business on Main Street reported that they had two fraudulent checks drawn off of their account. The incident is under investigation. 08/14/20: A resident of Goodrich Road reported a low flying airplane. They were possibly dropping rabies vaccinations. A thirty four year old female was arrested on a criminal summons on child endangerment charges out of Elma. She turned herself into deputies at the Erie County Sheriff’s Station in Clarence.

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