• Erie Co. Blotter.

Erie County Sheriff's Office Patrol Logs For The Town Of Clarence. 04/11 Through 04/17.


Deputies stopped a vehicle on Harris Hill Road near Main Street for traffic infractions. The male driver failed roadside sobriety tests and he was placed under arrest for driving while intoxicated. Robert Bailey, age thirty-eight, was processed at the Erie County Sheriff’s Station in Clarence. He refused to submit to a chemical test to determine his blood alcohol level. Bailey was released on traffic tickets pending arraignment.

Deputies responded to a neighbor dispute on Clarence Center Road. A male was splitting logs in his back yard at 0830 hours and his neighbor came over and started yelling and turned his log splitter off. The offending party was advised that its not against the law to split wood and that swearing and throwing a tantrum because you are upset is not acceptable.


A resident of Cheektowaga reported that her father had lost his wallet the previous day at a store on Transit Road. A report was completed for lost property.

A resident of Wexford Manor reported that her fourteen-year old son had slapped her sixteen-year old daughter. All involved parties were advised by patrol.


Police handled several complaints of a male that was begging for money along Transit Road.

A resident of Vernon Circle called in a complaint about a party down the street. The group was advised to disperse and follow social distancing precautions.


A 911 hang up call was reported at an address on Firefly Court. It was a misdial by the homeowner.


Patrols responded to Jones Road for a panic alarm. It was an accidental trip by the homeowner.

The fire department was called to a business on Transit Road for a water flow alarm. The water main had broken down the street from the business.

A fence and garbage totes were damaged at an address on Transit Road. Something in one of the totes had started a fire which caused about $2500 in damages.


A resident of Boyd Drive called about a disturbance that had happened the night before. The caller just wanted the incident to be on record.

A caller reported that a suspicious looking male was urinating in the Harris Hill Cemetery. Patrol checked the area with negative results.


The manager of an auto repair shop on Sheridan Drive reported that several vehicles had been gone through and a few items were missing.

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