Erie County Sheriff's Office Patrol Logs for Marilla and Alden from Nov 28th Through Dec 4th.
Deputies responded to a roll-over accident on Clinton Street and detained a male who was trying to flee the scene of the accident. Jeffrey Blasko was charged with speeding, making an unsafe lane change and driving with a suspended license.
A resident of Two Rod Road reported hearing an explosion and now sees a fire. A farmer was doing as controlled burn.
A resident of Bush Gardens reported that a person is threatening her via text and that there is an order of protection against that person. A warrant was filed for criminal contempt.
Deputies responded to a residence on Genesee Street for a 911 Hang up. It had been accidental by the homeowner.
A resident of Colonial Woods reported a suspicious unmarked white mini-van in the area. Deputies spoke with the driver. He was delivering packages for Amazon.
Patrols responded to South Blossom Lea Drive for a welfare check of a male who was not answering the phone. A friend was worried. Patrol spoke to the man and he was fine.
A resident of Hemstreet Road reported loud music at one of the neighboring residences. Patrol checked the area and found no loud music.
Deputies responded to a burglar alarm on Baxter Avenue. The residence appeared to be secure.
Deputies responded to Townline Road for a burglar alarm. The business appeared to be secure.
A resident of Lyndale Lane stated that she had heard a loud boom so she called 911. Patrol spoke with a person who was walking in the area and that person had not heard anything.
First Aid responded to Mayfield Drive for a male that was on the floor. Lift assist only.
Deputies responded to Gebhard Drive for a panic alarm. It had been set off by the homeowner.
Deputies responded to a two-car accident at John and Mary’s. Information exchange only.
Deputies were contacted by adult protection services to check on a male who was living at an address on Two Rod Road. The male seemed fine. The worker was advised.