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Erie County Sheriff's Office Patrol Logs for Marilla and Alden from July 11th Through 17th.



07/11/20:


Deputies checked Genesee Street for an elderly male who had been driving around lost for over ten hours per the Monroe County Sheriffs. Patrols checked the area with negative results.


07/12/20:


A male called an ambulance to his residence on Clearvue Drive because his wife felt ill. The female declined to go to the hospital.


Deputies responded to a motorcycle accident on Genesee Street. A male was transported to ECMC with a shoulder injury.


An automobile was repossessed at an address on Lyndale Lane. The owner was aware.


Deputies responded to a neighbor dispute on Marion Lane. A person was upset because he felt that the neighbor had been shooting at his chickens with a pellet gun.


07/13/20:


Deputies were called to an address on Crittenden Road for a dispute. A male was arguing with his girlfriend because he was demanding that she and children sleep outside in a camper because they had just returned from a trip visiting family and he did not want to chance getting coronavirus.


07/14/20:


A nineteen year old male was charged with criminal mischief after he damaged property at the county jail on Walden Avenue during an altercation.


A resident of Westcott Street called about fireworks that were hitting the house. Patrol checked the area with negative results.


07/15/20:


A caller reported a disturbance on Rusher Drive in the parking lot. Patrol checked the areas with negative results.


Deputies responded to Townline Road for an ATV accident. Nobody was injured.


07/16/20:


The fire department responded to Exchange Street for a transformer fire.


Patrol issued a form for a lost license plate to a resident of Four Rod Road.


07/17/20:


A burglar alarm was reported at a residence on Clinton Street. It had been set off by the homeowner.


A male called from Near the Cayuga Creek Bridge stating that he had two Kayaks taken while he was parking his vehicle. There were two bikes left at the scene so he was holding on to the bikes until the offenders brought his property back.

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