ERIE COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE PATROL LOG FOR THE TOWN OF CLARENCE 10/05 THROUGH 10/11.
Twenty nine year old Nicole Donius was charged with aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle in the third degree and driving with a suspended registration following a traffic stop on Harris Hill Road.
Deputies responded to a disturbance on Roseville Lane. A man and his female companion were arguing over an envelope of cash that the female had misplaced. The money was located in the female’s bedroom.
A resident of Maureen Avenue was upset because a neighbor appears to be stealing power from an outlet on his property.
Patrol was called to Lexor Lane for a complaint of loud music. The neighbor was advised and the music was turned down.
Deputies were called to a report of an unwanted guest at an address on Harris Hill Road. The caller’s sister had shown up uninvited to a party. The two don’t get along. The uninvited female left with a friend.
The manager of a local auto dealership called to a report the theft of wheels and tires from vehicles. The theft occurred sometime over the weekend. The incident is under investigation.
Patrol responded to Tonawanda Creek Road for three dogs that were running around in the street. The responding deputy was able to secure the animals in a fenced in area.
Forty four year old Donald Cremen turned himself in at Clarence Court and he was charged with Criminal obstruction of breathing and harassment. The charges stemmed from a disturbance that occurred on the third of October on Boncrest Drive.
A resident of Salt Road received a call that someone had ordered furniture from one store and had opened a credit line at another store.
Deputies responded to a burglar alarm at an address on Woodruff Drive. Patrol checked the building and everything appeared to be in order.
Thirty eight year old Stephanie Radel was charged with Grand larceny and issuing a bad check. She was arrested on an outstanding warrant for an incident that occurred in 2017.
For some reason a caller from an address on Goodrich Road thought that it was suspicious for a Fed-Ex delivery person for be driving a U-Haul truck. In fact many of the delivery companies either subcontract work or rent vehicles during times where delivery volume is up.
Multiple callers called on a male that was panhandling on Transit Road. There is no need to call police if a person is simply asking for money. You have the right to say no and walk away. If a person grabs you or shoves or puts his hands on you then it becomes harassment. If you feel menaced by a person you must stay to fill out paperwork in order for police to do anything. New York defines menacing as follows (He or she repeatedly follows a person or engages in a course of conduct or repeatedly commits acts over a period of time intentionally placing or attempting to place another person in reasonable fear of physical injury, serious physical injury or death).
A caller reported that her on again off again boyfriend had face-timed her threatening to come over to her house. She was advised to call if he did come to the house.
Patrol is getting many calls about open burning. Most towns do not have a local code against open burning. In Erie County the DEC website lists the following numbers Officer Gill 716-908-5051 Officer Machnica 716-262-7411, Officer Marshall 716-537-2464, Officer Mazurkiewicz 716-537-2533 or Officer Wilson 716-675-1095. The general number for the Buffalo office is 716-851-7050 (Monday through Friday) Hunting issues and open burning fall under NY DEC jurisdiction.
A caller from an address on Goodrich Road reports that the neighbors are always walking on her property. She was advised to post no trespassing signs and to call when the people are actually on the property