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Erie County Sheriff’s Office Patrol Logs For The Town Of Clarence 9/12 Through 9/18.


Thirty-three-year old Lauren Molloy was charged with petit larceny after she was apprehended at Wal-Mart for shoplifting.

A resident of an adult care facility called in a complaint of a male who was shooting up her house and she was out of places to hide. There was nobody in her room with her.

Deputies responded to an alarm on Roll Road and found a unlocked side door. They checked the building and secured the door.


A caller reported a suspicious male walking in the area of Greiner Road and Brookfield Lane. Deputies found the male. He was intoxicated and was wandering around lost looking for his friend’s house.

Police were called to a residence on Strickler Road for a report of a disturbance between a male and his mother. An incident report was completed and a friend came and took the male to his house for the night.

Deputies responded to an address on Lapp Road for a report of a disturbance. Both adults at the residence denied anything happened. The female took her daughter and left for the night.


A caller reported that he was behind a vehicle that had thrown garbage out the window onto the roadway. Patrol spoke with the driver of the vehicle and she denied throwing anything out of the vehicle onto the roadway.

Deputies responded to an alarm at the Brookfield County Club. The alarm had been set off by an employee.

Police responded to a motorcycle versus dog accident on Clarence center road. The dog was taken to the veterinarian’s office and the driver of the operator of the motorcycle suffered a leg injury.


A caller was upset because two paragliders had landed in her field. On of the gliders had an emergency mechanical issue forcing them to land.

A caller reported that teens in a Black Jeep registered to an address on Northfield Road had been using drugs and had left Sunset Park heading south on Harris Hill Road. Patrol checked the area with negative results.

Walmart called about a female who had fled the store and left in a Black sport utility vehicle after switching price tags on several items and paying a cheaper price. Police checked the area with negative results.


Deputies responded to a report of a car in a field on Transit Road. The male driver had allegedly taken the vehicle without permission from a female’s apartment in Lockport. He then crashed the car into a telephone pole and fled the scene into the woods.


A deputy responded to a business on Transit Road for a found property complaint. A customer had dropped an insulin kit and medical supplies at the business. The property was returned to the owner.

A female caller was shaken up that a male had come to the door asking if she needed assistance with pest control. Patrol spoke with the caller. The male did nothing wrong and he left without incident when he was told to leave.

Police responded to Xavier Drive for a report of a disturbance. A male had gotten into an argument with his sister’s husband. Patrol advised the male to leave because his sister and her husband stated he was not welcome there.


Deputies responded to Main Street for a custody dispute. A male said he had a court order from another state to take custody of his children. The female at the advice of her attorney refused to open the door or to turn the children over.

A caller reported that he saw some kids on bikes go up to a vehicle at the Clarence Center Elementary school and money was passed into the car and the caller feels the kids were buying drugs. No description of the car was given.


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