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Erie County Sheriff's Office Patrol Logs for Marilla and Alden from Jan 2nd through Jan 8th.


Deputies were dispatched to the railroad overpass on Broadway for a group of kids that were allegedly throwing things down at passing vehicles. Patrols checked the area with negative results.

Deputies responded to Three Rod Road for a 9aa hang up call. It was a child playing with the telephone.


First Aid was called to Bush Gardens to assist a male who had fallen and could not get up off of the floor.


Deputies responded to a landlord tenant dispute on Exchange Street. The tenant was upset because the landlord had put all of her property outside and had changed the locks. The power company had removed the electric meter for unpaid bills and the female had been staying somewhere else so the landlord had assumed that she had vacated the apartment.

A caller from an address on Exchange Street turned over four pistols and a pistol permit to deputies after the permit holder had passed away.

Deputies responded to a disturbance on Parker Road. The female left the residence of the evening and an incident report was completed.


A thirty-six-year old male at the correctional facility was charged with criminal mischief after breaking a storage container and a light fixture during a disturbance at the correctional facility on Walden Avenue.

A resident of Meadow Drive reported fraudulent activity on her bank account.

A female called from an address on Bullis Road. Her ex-boyfriend’s new girlfriend was posting embarrassing photos of her on social media. She was advised.


First Aid responded to an address on Wish Circle for a person who felt like she was having a heart attack. The female was transported to the hospital.

A female caller from Bush Gardens wanted advise on scammers that kept calling her after she had fallen victim to a scam. She was advised to screen all of her calls and not respond to anyone that she did not know.


First Aid responded to an address on Williston Road for a person who was having difficulty breathing.

Deputies responded to a business on Walden Avenue for a 911 hang up call. An employee accidently dialed.


The school resource officer for Alden Schools went to an address on Clinton Street to check on a child who had been skipping school. The child was driven to school by the officer.

Deputies responded to an address on Sandridge Road to check on a female who had missed work but had not called off. The female was fine.

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