Erie County Sheriff's Office Patrol Logs for the Town of Clarence from Jan 2nd through Jan 8th.
A resident of Harris Hill Road reported gun shots in the area. Patrol checked the area with negative results.
The fire department responded to Forest Creek Drive for a fire alarm. Someone had burned some food.
Deputies responded to West Overlook Drive for a barking dog complaint. Patrol advised the homeowner of the complaint and the issue was resolved.
Property was stolen from two unlocked vehicles on South Fireside Drive. You should never leave your vehicles unlocked because people are frequently checking for unlocked cars at night.
A caller from Stonebriar Drive reported that someone was playing music outside of her bedroom door. It was her son.
An order of protection was served at an address on County Road.
The manager of a store at the Eastern Hills Mall reported a theft of Bill merchandise that occurred a few days prior. There is video of the incident and the investigation is pending.
A suspicious male was reported on County Road the caller stated that the male appeared to be on drugs. The male was taken home to an address on Strickler Road.
A male called from the Budget Inn on Main Street complaining of someone sitting in a car blaring loud music. Nobody was around when patrol arrived.
A resident of Millcreek Drive turned in a wallet that she had found on her street. It was returned to a person on Foxwood Lane.
A male called from the Budget Inn stating that someone was trying to break into his room. Nobody was around.
Two teen age males attempted to steal a large plastic Jug that was full of donated money from inside of the Eastern Hills Mall. The male who was carrying the jug of money ran into the mall security guard and dropped the money as he crashed to the ground. Both males got away.
Deputies responded to a home on Hillcrest for a firearm surrender. The person at the address was served a supreme court order for the suspension of their pistol permit.
Thirty-one-year old Michael Dinardo was arrested on an outstanding warrant for grand larceny in the forth degree. Dinardo had stolen tools and credit cards from a vehicle at the Wehrle Golf Dome in January of 2020.
A resident of Holly Glen Court reported that his credit card information had been used to make attempted purchases online.
Deputies responded to a car that hit a stop sign and went off the road into some Trees on Keller Road. Deputies charged Emma Conway age twenty-two with driving while intoxicated after she failed roadside sobriety tests. Conway was processed at the Clarence Station where she submitted to a breath test which showed her blood alcohol content to be .17 of one percent are a little more than twice the limit. She was released to a family member on traffic tickets pending arraignment.
Williamsville resident Eva Rubinstein was apprehended while fleeing J. C. Penny’s at the eastern Hills mall after shoplifting. Rubinstein who is sixty-two years old had stolen approximately three hundred dollars in property and left without paying. Deputies released her on an appearance ticket pending her arraignment in Clarence Town Court.