ERIE COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE PATROL LOG FOR THE TOWN OF CLARENCE. 12/08/18 THROUGH 12/14/18.
12/08/18: Deputies checked on a suspicious vehicle parked in the lot of a closed business. Patrol spoke to a young couple and advised them that they needed to move from private property.
A resident of Millcreek Drive was worried about a dog that was outdoors barking. Patrol checked on the dog and it had access to go inside via a dog door and it appeared to be fine.
12/09/18: A clerk at a lock convenience store on Main Street reported that a male had taken approximately thirty dollars from a charity bin after he had asked to check the office for some property that he had claimed to have lost in the store. The incident was captured on store security footage.
Deputies were called to a possible disturbance on Willowbrook Drive. It was an argument between a man and his wife. The male left and there was no need for any further police interaction.
12/10/18: A resident of Stage Road reported that someone had broken a window on her vehicle which had been parked in her garage and had stolen about fifteen dollars in loose bills and change from her vehicle.
A male and a female grabbed over one thousand dollars in men’s clothing from a store at the Eastern Hills mall and fled in a vehicle registered to an address in Rochester. Police have identified one of the subjects and have a possible identity for the second subject. The incident is under investigation.
12/11/18: A manager of a store at the Eastern Hills Mall called about possible harassment by a former vendor. It was a civil issue.
An order of protection was served at an address on Pinyon Court and firearms were taken for safe keeping. It is a violation of the law to possess firearms while an order of protection is in force.
12/12/18: An eighteen year old female was charged with grand larceny. Loss prevention at Wal-Mart had determined that the female employee had stolen approximately $1300.00 from the store.
12/13/18: Detectives from the Sheriff’s Office arrested forty six year old Tony Biggs of Buffalo on charges of possession of stolen credit cards, identity theft and grand larceny. Biggs is one of several subjects who has recently stolen items out of unlocked vehicles in the Clarence area over the past few months. Biggs was charged while at the holding center on unrelated charges. The initial incident had occurred on Railroad Street in Clarence.
12/14/18: Deputies stopped a vehicle on Main Street for a loud exhaust and charged the driver with aggravated unlicensed of a motor vehicle in the second degree. Twenty five year old Steven Miszuk had three outstanding suspensions showing on his driver’s license.