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Erie County Sheriff's Office Patrol Logs For Alden and Marilla. 04/11 Through 04/17.


Patrols have handled multiple calls about various groups of people gathering and having parties and failing to adhere to social distancing.

Deputies responded to a burglar alarm on Baxter Avenue. It had been set off by the homeowner.


An elderly male turned a credit card over to deputies. He had found the item while out for a walk on Crittenden Road. Patrol returned the item to the owner.

Fire investigators from the sheriff’s office responded to a residential fire on Broadway.

Patrol responded to Three Rod Road for several cows that were wandering around loose.


A resident of Liberia Road reported that someone had damaged the mailbox by hitting it with something.

Deputies responded to an address on Three Rod Road for a welfare check. A female had been talking to crisis services and the phone had gone dead. Everything was fine.


A resident of West Main Street requested a police report for a cell phone that was allegedly stolen when it was delivered by Federal Express.

A female resident of Abby Lane reported that she is the executor of her grandmother’s estate and that other family members are harassing her.


A resident of Bush Gardens Believes that someone had tried to break into her garage.

A male with special needs took of from home on Park Street. He possibly took a vehicle from the area and was likely headed to Buffalo. The male was located at Zolad’s and was taken home.


Deputies were called to North Blossom Lea Drive for a report of an out of control seventeen-year old male. The male was advised that he needed to follow the rules of the house until he moved out.

A resident of Village Park Drive received a fraudulent email. She was advised on what to do.

Patrols were called to an ongoing family dispute on East Blood Road. All parties were advised.


Deputies responded to an address on Kellogg Street to check on a child per a call from a social worker. Nobody appeared to be home either time patrol stopped by.

A resident of Anne Drive reported an open door at the neighbor’s house. Everything appeared to be in order and the door was pulled shut.

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