Erie County Sheriff’s Office Patrol Logs for the Town of Clarence from 6/29 Through 7/5.
06/29/19: Deputies responded to an accident on Thompson Road for a report of a limousine bus that had crashed. Deputies assisted in doing CPR on the driver who had experienced a cardiac event. An intoxicated twenty six year old male who had been on the bus shortly prior to it crashing was charged with obstruction of governmental administration and disorderly conduct. The male was released on appearance tickets to a sober family member.
Deputies were called to a business on Main Street for a dog that was in a vehicle. Many people call about dogs in the car without checking to see if the vehicle is running with the air conditioning on or if the dog is in distress. Unless the dog is locked in a car that not running and the dog is in obvious distress there is no violation of a law. Animal owner are advised to leave pets home in the comfort of air conditioning instead of leaving the dog in the car.
06/30/19: Patrol handled multiple calls of people using fireworks.
Deputies responded to a report of a loud party on Thornwood Drive. The homeowner was advised.
07/01/19: Deputies responded to a report of a disturbance at an address on Main Street. Thirty nine year old Tony Aguglia was charged with assault in the third degree for allegedly attacking his parent’s. Aguglia was remanded to the holding center pending arraignment.
07/02/19: Thirty seven year old Ryan Keenan was arrested at an address on Xavier Drive in Clarence. He was charged with aggravated harassment for allegedly making harassing phone calls. Keenan was remanded to the holding center pending arraignment. Keenan was also arrested on an outstanding warrant.
07/03/19: A resident of Park Ledge Court called about used needles in the area. Everyone should have a sharps container and a pair of kitchen tongs at home for such a situation. You may bring full sharps containers to drop boxes at the sheriff’s station in Clarence, Newstead town hall or Alden Town hall.
07/04/19: Deputies arrested thirty five year old Mark Murawski on two warrants out of the City of Buffalo court. Murawski was turned over to Buffalo Police.
Deputies responded to an address on Salt Road for a property line dispute. The caller stated that the neighbor had damaged his trees. Both subjects were advised. Disputes over property lines are not a police matter.
07/05/19: Deputies arrested a twenty two year old female on two bench warrants from the Town of Cheektowaga Court. She was turned over to Cheektowaga police. Deputies had initially been called to a residence on for a possible overdose.
A resident of Willowbrook Street reported that his nine month old Golden Retriever had run away.