• Erie Co. Blotter.

Erie County Sheriff’s Office Patrol Logs for Marilla and Alden from 11/30 Through 12/6.


Deputies responded to a burglar alarm at an address on Westwood Road. It had been set off by the homeowner.

The fire department responded to an address on Rusher Driver for a medical alarm. A person had fallen on the floor.


Deputies responded to a report of a disturbance at an address on East Bonnie Lake Drive. Thirty eight year old Jennifer King was charged with harassment and criminal mischief. She was remanded to the holding center on cash bail pending arraignment.

A resident of East Blood Road called because his brother had taken equipment from the residence. Two brothers are fighting over the estate of their parents. It is a civil issue.


Deputies were called to an address on Baxter Avenue for a male that would not leave his mother’s residence. The subject left prior to the arrival of patrol.

The fire department responded to an address on Crittenden Road for a male that was down on the floor. The male was transported to the hospital.

Deputies responded to an address on East Bonnie Lake drive to assist a female in retrieving property from the residence.


The Erie County Sheriff’s warrant squad arrested thirty five year old Bradly Grabowski on two outstanding warrants at an address on Broadway in the village of Alden. Grabowski was remanded to the holding center pending his court appearances.

A female called from an address on Broadway. She was upset because she had been partying with five males and one of the males had asked her to have sex with him. Patrol stood by until her ride came to pick her up. No crime was committed.


Deputies responded to an address on Hemstreet Road in Marilla. A male had called because his intoxicated friend had looked him out of the residence with no shoes. Patrol got his belongings and the male left for the night.

A landlord called about damage to his apartment by the former tenant. He was advised to sue in small claims court.


A resident of Westwood Road called because she believed that someone had intentionally vandalized her mailbox. A plow truck had damaged several mailboxes. She was advised to notify the highway department and they would bring out a replacement.


Deputies responded to a disturbance on Irving Street. An incident report was completed and the caller’s husband went to the residence of a family member for the night.

A resident of Wende Road fell victim to a scammer and sent money via Western Union to South Carolina. There is little prospect of recovering the money. If anyone ever asks you for money you should call the police before actually sending money.  

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