Erie County Sheriff's Office Patrol Logs for the Town of Clarence from 07/18 Through 07/24.
A male called from Clarence Town Park reporting that a known person had taken two custom face masks valued at on hundred dollars. The responding deputy spoke to the other subject and he stated that he would return the other man’s property.
A female called from Sawmill Road stating that a male was laying on the steps at a house and appeared to be ill. Patrol spoke with the male and he said he had gotten sick while walking the neighbor’s dog and he was going to go to bed.
Deputies served an order of protection to a male at a residence on Main Street.
Deputies responded to Greiner Road for a report of a female stumbling down the street. The female was given a ride to an address in Amherst.
A resident of Wehrle Road reported hearing gunshots in the area. Patrols checked the area with negative results.
Patrols were called to Candlewood Lane for a female who said that her father will not give her the keys to her car. The female was intoxicated and the family members did not want her to drive.
A caller called about a dog that had been left in a vehicle in the parking lot of Office Depot. The vehicle left prior to police arriving.
A resident of Martin Road reported that someone had used his personal information to put in a claim for unemployment benefits.
An abandoned vehicle was towed from Sunoco at MainStreet and Transit Road.
Deputies responded to Candlewood Drive for an argument over car keys. The female stated her father is hiding her keys. The father said he did not have them and perhaps the tow company had them since her vehicle was towed the day before after she was found passed out in the parking lot at a local pharmacy and had to be transported to ECMC for medical treatment.
Deputies responded to a business on Main Street for a female who was throwing a fit about having to wear a mask into the store. The female was belligerent with patrol and was advised to leave.
A caller from Pine Cone Court was scammed out of money for tickets to an event that she tried to purchase third party online.
A caller reported that two kids were on the roof at Clarence Center Elementary School. Police were unable to locate the subjects.
A resident of Meadow Lakes Drive called about a man in a large dark colored pickup taking mail from people’s mailboxes. Police checked the area with negative results.
Deputies responded to Goodrich Road. A female called about damage that allegedly occurred to her property by a contractor that was working at the neighbor’s house. She was advised it was a civil issue and she could sue in small claims court.
An alarm was reported at Brookfield Country Club. It had been set off by an employee.
Two females stole approximately one thousand dollars in fragrances from Ultra Beauty
A caller reported that a dog was in a vehicle at Walmart on transit Road. Patrol checked on the animal and it appeared to be fine ass the windows were down. The owner of the vehicle was advised to leave the dog at home in the future to avoid people calling police.
Two females again came into Ultra Beauty and stole approximately a dozen bottles of expensive fragrances. The incident is under investigation.
A resident of Stahley Road stated that someone in the neighborhood must have stolen his spare vehicle keys because the panic alarm keeps going off for no reason.