Erie County Sheriff's Office Patrol Logs For Alden & Marilla From Jan 30th Through Feb 5th.
Updated: Feb 15
A caller from an address on Three Rod Road reported a suspicious vehicle in front of her residence. The vehicle was parked because it had a flat tire.
A burglary alarm was reported at an address on Williston Road. Deputies checked the exterior and found the residence to be secure.
An alarm was reported at a business on Broadway. Patrol checked the building and found it to be secure.
A male was transported to the hospital from Boncliff Drive after having issues with difficulty breathing.
A resident of Hemstreet Road called about unwanted texts. The caller was advised on how to block the texts.
Deputies responded to a disturbance on Seabrook Drive. An incident report was completed. There were no charges.
A fire investigator is following up on a burn investigation after someone showed up at a local hospital with burns from an incident in Alden.
A fifty-year old male inmate was charged with harassment following an altercation at the county correctional facility on Walden Avenue.
Deputies served an order of protection to a male at an address on Williston Road.
A resident of Three Rod Road was the victim of unemployment fraud.
First Aid responded to Meadow Drive for a female that was down on the floor. The female was transported to the hospital.
Patrols responded to an address on Four Rod Road for an out of control male that was trying to hurt people. The male was transported to the hospital for a mental health evaluation.
A resident of Wish Circle called about two teens sitting in a parked car. She felt that the kids may be doing drugs. They were waiting for a friend.
Deputies responded to East Blood Road for a disturbance. A male caller stated that his brother was there harassing him. The other male left prior to patrols arrival. Both males were advised by patrol.
Deputies responded to Circle Drive for a disturbance. A male and a female were arguing. Both were intoxicated. The female left with her sister.
A caller from Greenfield Drive called about a suspicious van driving very slow around the neighborhood. The van appears to have been delivering newspapers.
Deputies responded to Townline Road to speak to a female about harassing emails being sent to staff at the school.
A female called from an address on Clinton Street complaining about someone pounding on the back of her house. Patrol checked the area. There was fresh snow and there were no footprints in the snow. The Complaint was unfounded.