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Erie County Sheriff's Office Patrol Logs for the Town of Clarence. 08/15/20 Through 08/21/20.


Deputies responded to the budget inn for a report of a male that was giving management a hard time.

Police responded to Tillman Road for a report of a dozen kids were partying and setting off fireworks.

While conducting a property-check at the Eastern Hills Mall parking lot, deputies located and abandoned vehicle that had been reported out of the town of Amherst. The Amherst Police were notified.


Deputies responded to the Budget in on Main street for a report of a disturbance. Fifty-five-year old Eric Bulmahn was charged with menacing in the second degree for allegedly threatening a man with a bat. Bulmahn was remanded to the county jail pending arraignment.

Patrols were sent to check the welfare of a male at an address on Lapp Road. The male no longer lived at that address.

A resident of Main Street reported that someone had broken a window on a car belonging to his relative. Nothing appears to have been taken.


An auto dealership on Transit Road reported that catalytic converters had been cut off of some vehicles.

A motorist called about a male following a female as they were both walking on Delaware Road. The caller felt that the male looked suspicious. The female and the male were walking together. The call was unfounded.

An automobile was repossessed at an address on Briana’s Nook. The owner was aware that the vehicle was taken.


An unattended box truck was stolen from McDonalds on Transit Road. The male that took the vehicle drove it to Sheridan Drive and then abandoned the vehicle when one of the workers who had been in the box of the truck confronted him. The incident is under investigation.

Deputies were called to an address on Goodrich Road for a custody dispute. A male wanted to pick up his kids but the female was not cooperating. The male was advised to get a stay away order of protection amended to allow him to pick up his child.


Deputies responded to an alarm at a doctor’s office on Main Street. The office was open and the alarm had been set off by the office manager.

Deputies responded to Melinda Drive for a possible disturbance. The male left and the female stated that she did not need assistance.

The fire department responded to a medical alarm at an address on Transit Road. It was set off by mistake.


A resident of Schurr Road reported that someone had stolen an arch, a table and some chairs from her back yard sometime during the night.

A panhandler was bothering people at the Sunoco at Main Street and Transit Road. He left prior to police arriving.

A burglar alarm was reported on Via Cimato Drive. It was set off by a family member.

A resident of Greenhurst Road reported that someone had put in a fraudulent claim for unemployment benefits in her name.


A caller reported that some teens were hanging out behind a vacant residence at Spaulding Lake. The teens were advised to leave.

A resident of Ransom Road reported that she feels that someone had tried to get in her house. She heard the doorknob wiggle. Patrol checked the area with negative results.

A resident of David Drive went to the hospital with burns after putting out a small fire  at his house.


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