Erie County Sheriff's Office patrol Logs for Alden and Marilla. 03/21 Through 03/27.
Police responded to a fight involving approximately six people at an address on Seabrook Drive. The crowd was dispersed and all of the involved subjects were advised. One of the subjects allegedly told people he had a gun but it appears that he only had said that because he was afraid of being beaten up by the crowd.
Patrol responded to a report of shots fired on Three Rod Road. There was a large party near the corner of Old Three Rod Road and people had been blowing off fireworks.
Deputies responded to a report of a disturbance on Eldridge Road. A mother and daughter were arguing. One of the females left the house and went to stay with friends.
Deputies responded to Woodbrook Court for a complaint of loud music. A group of people was sitting around a bonfire listening to music. They were advised to turn the music down.
A resident of Seabrook Drive reported getting harassing messages about the fight the night before. Patrol advised the male to stop sending messages to the caller.
Patrols responded to Reinhardt Road for a custody dispute.
First aid responded to Shearing Drive for a male that had fallen and could not get up.
The Marilla dog control officer picked up a Weimeriner at a residence on Two Road. The homeowner had found the dog wandering around.
Police were called to a disturbance at an apartment complex on Broadway. A male and a female were arguing loudly. The female left with friends.
Deputies responded to a two vehicle accident between a car and a tractor trailer on Walden Avenue. One person had minor injuries. The incident is being investigated by member of the Sheriff’s accident investigation squad.
A resident of Blossom Lea Drive asked patrol to do additional checks of the area because a male keeps riding up and down the street on an ATV.
A resident of Renee Court attempted to file a tax return and found that someone had already fraudulently submitted a tax return using his personal information.
First aid responded to Winde Road for a person who was having pneumonia like symptoms.
Deputies were called to Winchester Drive for a possible rabid Raccoon. The animal went under a shed. The DEC website advises that if an animal is sick to just leave it alone.
Deputies responded to an address on Exchange Street several times for an ongoing landlord tenant dispute. A male at the address jumped out the window and ran away when police arrived because he has an outstanding warrant for traffic offenses out of Buffalo City Court.