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Erie County Sheriff’s Office Patrol Logs for The Town of Clarence From 9/5 Through 9/11.


Deputies stopped a vehicle near the intersection of Main Street and Transit Road for traffic infractions. After speaking with the driver, it was determined that he had been drinking. The driver failed roadside sobriety tests and was placed under arrest for driving while intoxicated. The driver submitted to a breath test at the Clarence Station and the results were .16 of one percent of twice the legal limit. William Golibersuch was processed and was released to a sober third party on traffic tickets.


A caller from Harris Hill Road reported that a male with grey hair stopped at her house and asked is she had a boat for sale or if she had guns or ammunition for sale. The male left in a grey sport utility vehicle.

Deputies responded to an address on Main Street to check on the welfare of a female. A friend had reported the she had texted him looking for help. The female was intoxicated both she and the male in the residence denied anything was wrong. The female left with a friend for the night.


Deputies served a temporary custody order to a male at an address on Main Street.

A resident of Susan Drive reported that her husband was several hours late getting home from work. Deputies checked with local hospitals and several addresses of friends of the male. The male came home approximately two hours after the caller had reported him missing.


Deputies arrested thirty-eight-year old Jordan Tisue on a charge of criminal contempt in the second degree. Tisue allegedly texted his ex-girlfriend in violation of a no contact order of protection. Tisue turned himself in and he was processed and released on an appearance ticket.

Deputies stopped a vehicle on Main Street. Forty-seven-year old Laura Mullins was charged with driving without insurance and operating a vehicle with a suspended registration.


A resident of Bridlewood Drive South reported that his home had been struck by a bullet. The incident is under investigation.

A resident of Lexington Court reported two children riding all-terrain vehicles on the street with no helmets. Patrol checked the area with negative results.


Detectives from the Sheriff’s Office charged thirty-six -year old Robert Brown with criminal possession of a weapon, reckless endangerment and criminal mischief in the third degree for discharging a firearm in a residential area and a bullet hit a house.

Deputies responded to a 911 open line on Shimerville Road. The had been an argument between a female and her mother. Both females were advised.


A caller from out of state requested a welfare check on her mother who resides on Railroad Street with a family member. The woman was fine but did not wish to speak with the caller because of an ongoing family dispute.

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