ERIE COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE PATROL LOGS FOR THE TOWN OF CLARENCE 08/22/20 THROUGH 08/28/20.
A license plate was turned into the Sheriff’s station on Goodrich Road. The item was returned to an auto dealership on Transit Road.
A male was in the Aldi’s parking lot asking people for money. He was gone when patrol arrived. Asking for money is not a crime. Just say no and get in your car and leave.
A male who is building a new development in northern Clarence was looking for advice. He feels that a male in the area who has made racist statements may damage their construction equipment. He was advised of his options.
Thirty-two-year old Marquel Pace was arrested on an outstanding bench warrant for grand larceny. The original charges were out of the town of Clarence court.
A resident of Sheridan Drive reported several scratches on the passenger side of his vehicle. A report was completed.
Deputies responded to a disturbance on Main Street. A landlord and tenant were arguing about the tenant not vacating the property. Both people were advised by police.
A carbon monoxide alarm was reported at the Coventry Green Apartments. It was a malfunction.
A Clarence resident was the victim of a scam which had convinced her that if she sent money for processing fees that she would get a larger sum of money. If someone is asking for money and it sounds like too good to be true. It most likely is.
A caller reported that her daughter had seen a male friends social media page and that the male was holding a gun. It was an airsoft gun. The male’s father was advised.
A vehicle was repossessed from an address on Shimerville Road. The owner was not aware.
A vehicle was repossessed from an address on Goodrich Road. The owner was not aware.
A twenty-year-old male was arrested on two outstanding bench warrants out of Buffalo court. He was dropped off at Buffalo lock up.
Deputies responded to an address on Main Street for a report of a male banging on doors at the apartment complex. All involved individuals were advised.
Deputies responded to Walmart for a report of an intoxicated female harassing a truck drive who was making a delivery. The female was told that she was no longer welcome on the property.
Deputies responded to Greiner Road for a property dispute. A female was advised by her attorney to take pictures at her former residence. She took the pictures and left without further incident.
Deputies responded to a custody dispute on Martha’s Vineyard. An incident report was completed. There were no charges.
A male called police asking for them to intervene in a dental procedure that his son is getting per the wishes of the child’s mother. He was advised that police do not get involved in such disputes.
A caller reported that a male was standing in the road on County Road asking for money. The male was gone when police arrived.
Deputies responded to Tonawanda Creek Road for a disturbance. Both involved parties were intoxicated and the female had been trying to go through the male’s phone. They were advised to sleep in separate parts of the house since nobody was in a condition to leave.
A caller reported a break in at her residence patrol found no evidence of a break in and nothing was missing. A glass case containing china and silverware had fallen over and was damaged.