Erie County Sheriff's Office Patrol Logs For Marilla And Alden From March 6Th Through 12th.
Deputies stopped a vehicle on Clinton Street near Town Line Road for a traffic violation. After speaking with the driver, it was determined that she had been drinking. The driver failed multiple roadside sobriety tests and was arrested for driving while intoxicated. The female was transported back to the Elma sub station where she submitted to a breath test which showed that her blood alcohol level was .14 of one percent. Jenna Weglarski was released to a family member on appearance tickets.
First aid responded to an address on South Blossom Lea Drive for an elderly male who had fallen on the floor.
Deputies responded to an address in the Village of Alden for a report of a male chasing a female. An incident report was completed for a domestic incident.
Deputies responded to an address on Broadway for a disturbance. A male had broken into a motel room and had punched a female in the face and took a gold ring that he had given the female as a gift. The male was charged with burglary, petit larceny and criminal mischief for attempting to damage her phone to keep her from calling for help. Zachary Gillard was transported to the Erie County Holding Center pending arraignment.
A town employee reported vandalism at the Alden Community Center and the Town Park.
A resident of Woodbrook Court reported that someone had used his personal information to file for unemployment benefits.
Deputies arrested a female at an address on Renee Court on a warrant for aggravated harassment. They also served the female with an order-of-protection. Floria Pattacciato was turned over to the Lancaster Police on the warrant.
The fire department responded to Boncliff Drive for a grass fire.
First aid responded to Exchange Street for a person who was having issues breathing. The person was transported to the hospital.
Patrols responded to an address on Cayuga Creek Road for a possible overdose. The female was taken to Erie County Medical Center.
A resident of Railroad Street reported an ongoing issue with dirt bikes and ATV’s racing up and down the road.
A resident of Wende Road reported that someone had used his personal information to file for unemployment benefits.
The Marilla Dog control officer was being harassed by telephone and social media by a person who was upset that her dog had been put up for adoption. Patrol advised the female to stop harassing the caller and to leave the dogs new owner alone also.