Erie County Sheriff's Office Patrol Logs for Clarence from 7/4 Through 7/10.
Patrols responded to multiple complaints of people using fireworks.
A burglar alarm was reported at Brookfield Country Club. It had been set off by employees.
A resident of Roxbury Drive thought that she heard someone in her basement. Deputies checked the residence and found nothing out of the ordinary.
A resident of Main Street was scammed out of $650.00 when he tried to purchase a puppy on line.
Deputies responded to a loud noise complaint at 2 a.m. on Cliffside Drive South. The deputies advised the homeowner to shut down the party because it was generating complaints.
A hound type dog was running loose in the area of Elm Street. The dog control officer responded.
An unknown person reported that people were being held at gunpoint at an address on Roseville Lane. It turned out to be a false report. The incident is under investigation.
A vehicle was repossessed at an address on Xavier Drive. The owner was not aware.
A vehicle was repossessed at a residence on Bridlewood Drive. The owner was not aware.
A resident of Clarence Center Road that an alarm activated for an open door and she feared someone was in the house. Patrols checked the residence with negative results.
Deputies responded to Holligson Road for a disturbance. A male and his wife were arguing about selling a boat.
A male was bothering customers and asking for money at Sunoco on Transit Road. The male asked without incident when police arrived.
A caller from Stahley Road was having issues with the neighbor. She was just looking for advice.
Some farm equipment and a wagon load of hay caught on fire on Wolcott Road. The farmer was treated by first responders for burns on both arms.
A burglar alarm was reported at the Clarence Deli. The building was secure.
An alarm was reported at a business on Main Street. It had been set off by employees who were starting work for the day.
A window on an excavator had been broken during the night at a job site on Greenbriar Drive.
Deputies responded to Walmart for a shoplifting complaint. A twenty-one year old female was charged with grand larceny and false personation after she gave deputies a false name. The female was remanded to the holding center pending good photo identification of who she was.
Deputies were called to Walmart for two women who were arguing. One left prior to patrols arrival the other women requested an escort to her vehicle she was afraid that the other woman would attack her.
A male called from a senior living complex claiming that his daughter had taken his vehicle and would not return it. The daughter had the vehicle because her fathers license is revoked because of memory issues and he is not supposed to be driving.
A resident of Main Street reported that her bank account has been compromised and someone had made purchases totaling four thousand dollars.
Deputies responded to Hawthorn Suites for a report of guests who refusing to leave after the manager caught them smoking marijuana in their room. The people left without incident after speaking with deputies.
A resident of Heise Road reported that someone had hacked his bank card and had made fraudulent purchases.