• Erie Co. Blotter.

Erie County Sheriff's Office Patrol Logs for the Town of Clarence from 3/14 Through 3/20.


Thirty two year old Allen Tomaino was charged with petit larceny after he left Walmart with approximately $230.00 in merchandise without paying. He was released on an appearance ticket pending arraignment.

A group of males were playing football in a parking lot on Transit Road and they were upset because cars were interrupting their game. They were advised to find another place to play.

Several vehicles were gone through at the Coventry Green Apartments.


A female was upset because he ex was refusing to bring their eleven year old child home after visitation. She was referred to family court.

A resident of Waterlefe Court reported that the fire alarm was going off. It was a malfunction.


A caller reported that the children from the house at the corner of Greiner Road and Old Goodrich are riding without helmets. No infraction was witnessed by patrol.

The fire department responded to Buffalo Joes for a fire. The incident is being investigated by the Sheriff’s fire investigation unit.


An alarm was reported at a Main Street Business. An employee had set the alarm off.

A resident of Gaskin Road reported that someone called claiming to be from social security. The person claimed that his social security number was locked. The caller was advised that this is a scam.


Police have received several calls about a white male going door to door in Clarence asking for donations for Saint Jude’s Children’s Hospital. Just tell the man no thank you if he asks for a donation.

A resident of Sunset Drive reported that there was a gas leak in the residence. National Fuel responded to the scene.

A resident of Clarherst Drive reported that kids park at the dead end and sit in the car smoking and drinking. She requested more checks of the area.


A vehicle was repossessed from an address on Main Street. The owner was not aware.

A resident of Maureen Drive reported that a male appeared to be intoxicated and he was wandering around the yard with his pants open, exposing himself. The male was inside when patrol arrived and the caller stated that she did not witness him actually exposing himself.


A large tree fell across the road on Jessica Place. The highway department was advised.

A caller was upset because a large group of kids was playing basketball at the park on Clarence Center Road.

A caller reported a slow-moving minivan driving around the neighborhood on Oakwood Lane. It was the paper delivery person.

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