• Erie Co. Blotter.

Erie County Sheriff's Office Patrol Logs For The Town Of Clarence From Jan 30th Through Feb 5th.


A female called from a residence on Strickler Road complaining of a fraudulent claim for unemployment benefits by someone using her personal information.

Deputies responded to an alarm at an address on Calpin Parkway. It had been set off by the homeowner.


Deputies stopped a vehicle on Transit Road for operating with no headlights. The female driver failed multiple roadside sobriety tests and she was placed under arrest of driving while intoxicated. The female was processed at the Clarence Station where she submitted to a breath test which showed her blood alcohol level was twice the legal limit. The driver was released on traffic tickets pending her arraignment in Clarence Court.

A burglar alarm was reported at an address on Keller Road. It had been set off by the homeowner.

Deputies responded to an injury accident on Greiner Road. One female was transported to the hospital with a hip injury.


The fire department responded to Wehrle Drive for a utility pole that was on fire.

A resident of Salt Road called about a blue sedan parked on the road near his house. He feels that the person has been watching his house. The vehicle belonged to a neighbor,

A male called from an address on Schurr Road. He had questions about dealing with a tenant who has been threatening him. He was advised.


The clerk called from Sunoco on Main Street about a male who keeps going in and out of the restroom. The male was gone when patrol arrived.

A burglary was reported at an address on Main Street. A window had been smashed and a cash register had been stolen. The incident is under investigation.

Detectives are investigating an incident of theft from business in Clarence.


A resident of Calpin Parkway fell victim to a fraud. She received what turned out to be a bogus check with instructions to purchase Google gift cards and to send them to an address.

A caller from Jo-Ann Fabrics reported that a male was following people and acting weird. The male was gone when patrols arrived.


A resident of Goodrich Road reported that someone had made a fraudulent claim for unemployment using her personal information.

A resident of Lakemont Court reported someone had filed for unemployment benefits using his personal information.


A 911 hang up call came in from an address on Norwood Drive. It was accidental.

A Main Street business called about suspicious activity captured by his security cameras. The owner wished for some extra checks of the area.

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