ERIE COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE PATROL LOGS FOR ALDEN AND MARILLA FROM 02/08/20 THROUGH 02/14/20.
Patrol assisted a woman who was having trouble with an electric wall heater at an address on Broadway.
Police have received several calls about snowmobilers trespassing on private property. There are marked snowmobile paths in Erie County. Snowmobilers should respect the property rights of homeowners. If you don’t own the property and it isn’t a marked path do not trespass.
Patrol checked the welfare of a male at an address on Eastwood Road. His girlfriend thought that he might hurt himself. There was no problem at the address.
A vehicle was repossessed from an address on Zoeller Road. The owner was aware.
First Aid responded to Lambert Drive for an elderly person who was feeling ill. The person was transported to the hospital.
A resident of Clinton Street said that a skinny male walked partially up her driveway. The male ran off when she came out of the house.
Deputies responded to Peters Corners Road for a complaint of an unwanted guest. A female was trying to serve divorce paperwork on her estranged daughter in law. She left before patrol arrived.
An anonymous caller asked patrol to check on the welfare of people who were living in a camper on Seabrook Drive. Everything was fine.
First Aid responded to Parkwood Drive for an elderly person who was semi-conscious.
A complainant from the Veterans Hospital requested a welfare check on a male at an address on East Avenue. According to neighbors, the male and his wife are in Florida.
Deputies responded to two vehicle accident on Broadway. There were no injuries.
First Aid responded to Mercer Drive for a person who was weak and could not walk. The person was transported to the hospital.
A 911 hang up call came in from a residence on Westwood Road. It was a misdial.