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Erie County Sheriff's Office Patrol Logs for the Town of Clarence from 12/14 Through 12/20.


Deputies responded to a residence on Clarence Center Road for a report of a disturbance. Twenty five year old Stefan Hocko was charged with criminal mischief. Hocko was remanded to the holding center on cash bail.

Police responded to an address on Main Street for a broken window and damage to a door. The incident is under investigation.

Deputies were called to a print shop on Main Street. A customer had called because he had entered the unlocked building and the lights were on but nobody was around. The owner had been in the back storage room and had not heard anyone enter the business.


A burglar alarm was reported at a business on Main Street. It had been set off by an employee.

The rescue squad responded to an address on Park Avenue for an elderly person who was down on the floor and could not get up. The female was transported to the hospital to be checked out.

Deputies responded to an address on Main Street. A confused female called and was rambling about her counselor giving her drugs. The medications were prescribed and she denied needing first aid.


A resident of Mallard Roost reported fraudulent activity with her bank account.

Patrol responded to the Walmart plaza on Transit Road. A male was sitting near the exit with a sign asking for donations because he was homeless. He was advised that the owner of the plaza wanted him to leave.

A male was panhandling in the area of Main Street and Transit Road. The male left after being advised by patrol.


Deputies were called to a neighbor dispute on Whitwick Terrace. Two males were arguing about snow removal. They were advised.

A resident of Willow Lake Drive called about a suspicious vehicle that was legally parked on the side of the road with a man inside. It was an exterminator writing up a quote for a job for one of the neighbors.


A resident of Howe Road reported that two large dogs were running into the road. The animal control officer was notified.

Deputies responded to Hollingson Road for an alarm. The alarm had been set off by the person who was conducting an estate sale.


A vehicle with the keys left in it was stolen from an address on Greiner Road. It was located the next day abandoned in Rochester. The incident is under investigation. Someone had also been going through unlocked vehicles in the area and had stolen some money from a vehicle.

Patrol responded to the senior center on Thompson Road for a report of an aggressive male. Patrol helped get the subject into a car so his wife could take him home. He had a medical issue.


A woman called from the Aldi’s plaza about a male who had reached into her vehicle and had punched her. She had beeped her horn at the male which apparently mad him upset. She had not further information for police to follow up on this incident.

Deputies responded to a two vehicle accident on Main Street. Four people were transported to the hospital with minor injuries.

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