Erie County Sheriff's Office Patrol Logs for Marilla and Alden from Nov. 7th. Through Nov. 13th.
ERIE COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE PATROL LOG FOR ALDEN AND MARILLA
11/07/20 THROUGH 11/13/20.
A male reported that someone had hit his 1955 Chevrolet when it was parked at the Save-A Lot in Alden. The person left without leaving their insurance information.
A resident of North Road reported that someone had blown up his mailbox sometime overnight.
A caller found a wallet when she was out walking on Clinton Street. Patrol retrieved the wallet and returned it to the owner.
Deputies responded to an address on Three Rod Road for a welfare check. A female reported that her brother had been depressed and know he has not answered his phone in several days. The male was fine.
A caller reported that several dogs were running off leash at the town park in Alden. The dog control officer was advised.
Deputies charged Gary Sams with felony criminal mischief after Sams damaged property at a business on Westwood Road on November fourth.
A caller stated that over the past few weeks an unknown male has been coming onto his property during the early morning hours.
A resident of Townline Road was upset about Facebook posts of the neighbor. All involved parties were advised.
Deputies arrested Alan Bolton at an address in Hamburg New York after he allegedly violated an order of protection in the town of Marilla. Bolton was charged with two counts of criminal contempt in the second degree for incidents that occurred on August twenty sixth and September sixteenth.
Deputies responded to a burglar alarm on Three Rod Road. An unlocked door was secured by patrol.
The Alden fire department responded to West Main Street for a fire alarm. Smoke had been coming from the dish washer because an item was stuck.
A resident of Kristoria Lane reported getting harassing texts after a transaction on Facebook Marketplace went badly.
A resident of Blossom Lea Drive called about someone blowing up her mailbox.
Patrol checked on a disabled vehicle on North Millgrove Road. The driver had already called for help.
A caller stated that hunters were illegally parked on Buckwheat Road. There was no violation.
Police responded to multiple calls of car deer accidents in the Alden and Marilla area.
(Please be cautious during hunting season as many animals are moving around the area.)
A caller from Fairview Drive reported that someone was burning leaves and yard debris. It is illegal to burn leaves and yard debris. Check the DEC website for what kind of fires are allowed. Many forms of open burning have been banned.