Erie County Sheriff's Office Patrol Logs for Marilla and Alden from 07/18 Through 07/24.
Deputies responded to a 911 hang up call at an address on Exchange Street. There was nobody home at that address.
The fire department responded to Porterville Road for a life alert alarm. A person had fallen and need help getting up.
A resident of Bush Gardens reported that someone had slashed two of her tires.
A group of teens on all-terrain vehicles were allegedly obstructing traffic on Liberia Road. Patrol checked the area and the teens were gone.
A male called from Sunoco on Broadway at Crittenden saying a male was chasing his vehicle on foot and that the man had a gun. The complainant was very agitated and admitted that he was upset and confused. Someone had thrown something at his vehicle.
A resident of Arlington Drive called police because someone had left a note on her car threatening to damage her vehicle is she didn’t stop speeding through the neighborhood.
A male turned in a wallet at the Alden Sheriff’s Station. Patrol met up with the owner and returned the property.
Deputies responded to Subway on Broadway for an alarm. The building appeared to be secure.
Police responded to Four Rod Road to check the welfare of a male who was allegedly making threats to harm himself. The male seemed fine. His girlfriend was advised to call if anything changed.
A male called from an address on Manitou claiming that people were threatening him via phone and text. It was related to something he had posted on social media.
The fire department responded to Manitou Drive for a seven-year old who fell and hit his head. The child went to Children’s Hospital.
The fire department responded to an address on Clinton street for a carbon monoxide alarm. It was a faulty alarm there was no carbon monoxide present.