• Erie Co. Blotter.

Erie County Sheriff's Office Patrol logs for the Town of Clarence from 05/30 through 06/05.


Deputies received a complaint of speeding motorcycles operating recklessly on Harris Hill Road.

A 911 hang up came in from Bristol Village on Clarence Center Road. It was accident by a resident.

A wallet was stolen from an unlocked vehicle on Bergtold Road. Cash and personal papers were taken also.


A patron called from Hawthorn Suites on Transit Road reporting five gunshots in the area. Patrols checked the area with negative results. It was most likely fireworks.

A resident of Shimerville Road reported that she believed someone was in the vacant house next door. The homeowner had left a light on a timer. Nobody was at the residence.

A resident of Transit Road claimed that he had been threatened by a neighbor. The incident is under investigation.


Detectives from the sheriff’s office are investigating three separate larcenies from BJ’s Wholesale club.

A resident of Shimerville Road reported that someone had spray painted his garage door.


Deputies responded to an audible alarm at a business on County Road. The business appeared to be secure.

Deputies responded to an alarm on Roseville Lane. The alarm had been set off by the homeowner.

A resident of Ashby Court responded to a virus message to unlock her computer and gave her credit card information to a scammer.

A worker at an auto dealership on Main Street reported that someone had taken his car. He had left the keys in the vehicle.


A caller reported that a male was checking the vehicles at the brothers of Mercy Apartments to see if any where unlocked. Patrol checked the area with negative results.

Deputies were called to Calpin Parkway for a verbal argument. A female left and went to her parent’s house for the night.

A male reported that his license plates were stolen from his car while it was in the repair shop being fixed.

Deputies responded to Wexford Manor for an out of control teenage boy. The male teen left prior to patrols arrival.


A resident of Bridlewood Drive south stated that his wife had fallen and she was injured. The female was taken to the hospital.

The owner of The Brickhall in the Hollow called about stolen metal trim brackets that had been stolen. Apparently one of his tenants thought that the brackets were being thrown out and put them on Facebook as free to whomever wanted them. The brackets were returned.


A resident of the Pines has been calling in illegal parking complaints because groups of teens tend to congregate on the dead end. No cars were on location.

Deputies responded to a panic alarm on Donegal Manor. It had been set off accidentally by the homeowner.


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