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A male called to report missing jewelry from an address on Bergtold Road. Both he and his ex-girlfriend have resided at the address for several years and there is a debate over who actually owns the missing items.

A resident of Wexford Manor called about advice of how to deal with a teenage male who did not want to follow the curfew that she had set. Establishing rules and being consistent are always a good place to start.

A fifteen year old female ran away from an address on Kristina Circle. She was found several hours later in Lancaster where he mother resides.


A resident of Capstone Court called about a suspicious person. It was 1:30 in the morning and felt that it was suspicious that a black male riding a bike was suspicious. No laws were being violated.

A caller reported that several kids on bikes were riding in the road on Goodrich Road. The kids were wearing dark clothing and the caller feared that someone may hit them. Patrol checked the area with negative results.

A female called from an address on Clarence Center Road. She reported that she was sitting outside at eleven o’clock at night tweezing her eyebrows and she heard a man’s voice. Patrol checked the area with negative results.


A resident of Crosswinds Court reported the theft of several watches and his wedding band. He suspects a male that was at the house doing work. The incident is under investigation. You should put valuables away when contractors are coming to do work and you should never leave strangers alone if there are valuables that you can’t secure.

Deputies responded to Kwik fill on Main Street for a disorderly patron.  The male had left prior to patrols arrival.


A male called from Bodine Road about a custody issue. He showed up to pick up his daughter but nobody was home. Patrol spoke with the females attorney and they had advised the male that the female would be out of town on vacation. The male was advised.

A burglar alarm was reported at an address on High Street. Patrol checked the residence and found it to be secure.


An arrest was made to close out the theft of a pickup truck from a driveway on Greenway Court in July of this year. Thirty seven year old Jeremiah Jacobs was arrest on a warrant on the charges of grand larceny of a vehicle, grand larceny of a credit card and unauthorized use of a vehicle. Jacobs was remanded to the county jail pending arraignment in Clarence town court.

A resident of Woodruff Drive reported that she and her husband had gone for a walk and had forgotten to lock the door of the residence. A wallet, a purse and two pairs of sneakers were missing when they got back.


Deputies responded to a report of a disturbance on Main Street. Thirty four year old Gary Koepnick was charged with criminal mischief, disabling a phone during an attempt to call 911, criminal obstruction of breathing and harassment. Koepnick was transported to the county jail pending arraignment in Clarence town court.


A male tried to push out a cart full of items without paying at Walmart. The loss prevention officer got the property back and the male ran off.

A resident of Woodberry Court reported that a kid was riding a motorized go-cart around the neighborhood. It is illegal to operate such a vehicle on the sidewalk or on the street. Parents should not purchase such things unless they have their own private property to ride on.

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