Erie County Sheriff's office Patrol Logs for Marilla and Alden. 08/15/20 Through 08/21/20.
Police responded to West Main Street for a male that did not have money to pay for his cab ride. The male thought that he could pay for service with a credit card or debit card. The male agreed to get money from the bank and to pay the fare within twenty-four hours or face criminal charges.
A caller reported that a white vehicle was driving erratically on Clinton Street. Patrols checked the area with negative results.
A male called deputies claiming that he was harassed by the manager of a mobile home park. Patrol spoke with the caller and the park manager. The male was advised that he was no longer allowed on the property without his mother to supervise him and the park manager agreed to call the males parent instead of confronting him on his own if he comes to the property without his mother.
Deputies were sent to an address on Broadway for a loud music complaint. The offender was advised to turn the music down.
A resident of Sandridge road was bitten by a dog. The dog control officer was advised.
Deputies responded to Hemstreet Road to check on an intoxicated male who allegedly wanted to hurt himself. The male stated that he had no plans to hurt himself.
Deputies responded to Hemstreet Road for a complaint of loud music. The music was turned down at patrols request.
Deputies responded to Hemstreet Road for a report of three males fighting. Two men left the scene. The remaining male was so intoxicated he was taken to the hospital for medical treatment.
Patrol had to return to Hemstreet Road again after the male was discharged from the hospital because he was getting into an altercation with family members.
A male resident of Broadway reported that police that came to his house the night before took his medication. He was advised to contact the officer that he had dealt with that night before. Police had responded the night before and had sent him to the hospital because he was smashing up his own house and appeared to be on drugs.
A resident of Arlington drive claimed to be getting threatening texts. He was advised that the tests did not meet the definition of harassment and to delete the chatting application that he was using and to use another application.
Deputies responded to Hemstreet Road for a loud music complaint.
Deputies served an order of protection at an address on Hemstreet Road.
First Aid responded to an address on Willow Woods Lane for a report of a male who had fallen the day before and was now having trouble standing.
Be aware of workers for the US census working in the area. Police have received several calls from people asking for police response for census workers.
A vehicle crashed it to tree on Two Rod Road causing the tree to fall and block the roadway. The road was closed for a short time while the roadway was being cleared.