Erie County Sheriff's Office Patrol logs for Alden and Marilla from 05/30 Through 06/05.
Deputies responded to Clearview Drive for a report of unwanted phone calls and texts. The person was advised to call the complainant only when his custody order specifically said that he could.
Deputies responded to Westwood Road for an unruly teenage male. Patrol spoke with the teen about following the rules of the house and showing respect to his parents.
Deputies investigated a vehicle that was taken from a residence on Maple Ridge Drive without the owner’s permission. The step son allegedly took the vehicle and went to Niagara Falls. The complainant called back the next day and declined to pursue the issue as the truck had been returned.
A resident of East Blood Road called because a group of teens from down the street had screamed profanities at his wife. The teens were advised by patrol.
A caller reported that a passing vehicle had thrown something at his girlfriend’s car at the corner of Broadway and Two Rod Road. No other information was available.
First aid responded to Greenfield Drive for a male that was ill. The male was transported to the hospital.
Deputies responded to Exchange Street for an ongoing dispute between a landlord and her tenant. The tenant had a small fire in a grill. There were no crimes being committed.
Patrol responded to the area of Two Rod Road and Liberia Road for a report of an ill raccoon. The animal was gone when patrol arrived.
Deputies responded to an address on Broadway for a complaint of someone knocking on the complainant’s windows. Patrol spoke to a male who was looking for his friend’s house. He was at the wrong house.
A caller reported a suspicious white van driving slowing through the neighborhood on Clearview Drive. The caller stated that they were throwing packages on people porches. The people were delivering phone books.
A burglar alarm was reported at an address on Townline Road. The alarm had been set off by the homeowner.
A resident of Marion Lane reported that some tools had been stolen. The caller believes that a former employee may have taken them.
Deputies responded to Seabrook Drive for a report of a disturbance. A male left for the day both involved subjects claimed that they had a verbal argument.
Patrols responded to Greenfield Lane for a report that a sport utility vehicle pulled over and the driver opened the door and appeared to vomit. The caller was worried that the person may be intoxicated. Patrols checked the area with negative results.