Erie County Sheriff’s Office Patrol Logs For Marilla And Alden From March 13th Through 19th.
Updated: Apr 1
A resident of Two Rod Road reported getting harassing texts and calls from her estranged husband. An incident report was completed.
Deputies responded to Hemstreet Road for a disturbance. Two intoxicated brothers were fighting. The two males were gone when patrol arrived.
Deputies stopped a vehicle on Broadway for making an unsafe lane change. Nickolas Burr was charged with aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle in the first degree. Burr had 20 open suspensions on his driver’s license from multiple towns in the state of New York. Burr was remanded to the holding center pending arraignment.
An alarm was going off at Sitzman’s Maytag. It had been set off by an employee.
A female resident of Valley Lane reported that her dog had run off. The dog returned home on its own.
A male had fallen at his home on Donna Bru Drive. His doctor ordered that he be transported to the hospital.
A caller from Saint John’s School thought that one of the doors had been tampered with. They were going to check the security cameras and get back to patrol.
A vehicle was repossessed from an address on north Road.
The fire department responded to Two Rod Road for a medical alarm. It had been set off by accident.
First aid responded to an address on Marion Lane for a male who needed to be transported to the Veterans Hospital for treatment.
Patrol responded to Lyndale Lane for a report of kids riding dirt bikes and ATV’s in the roadway. Patrol located the teens and advised them to stay off of the roadway.
Deputies responded to a property dispute on Genesee Street. Family members were arguing over one of the members clearing the land to build on. They were advised that the issue was civil in nature not criminal.
Deputies responded to a one vehicle accident on Broadway Road. One person sustained a minor injury.
A resident of Wende Road reported that a vehicle had struck his mailbox and did not stop. Patrol located the vehicle down the street. It had struck another mailbox.
A resident of Greenwood Terrace reported that someone claiming to be a police officer called him claiming that he had an outstanding warrant of arrest. The caller was advised that it was a scam.
A resident of West Main Street reported that he fell victim to a scam email.
First Aid responded to East drive for a person that had fallen and could not get up. The person was transported to the hospital.
A caller reported that she was upset because the neighbor had put up a sonic bird device to keep the birds away. She felt that the device was bothering her dog. The caller was advised that the neighbor was free to put the device up on her own property.