Erie County Sheriff’s Office Patrol Logs For The Town Of Clarence From March 13th Through 19th.
A deer became impaled on a fence at an address on Balsam Fir Court. The deer had to be put down and was then removed.
A caller from Connection Drive reported that someone had drove on his lawn and caused damage. The caller was advised that they would have to sue the subject in small claims court.
A male called from an address on Salt Road about a male that had been in his barn this morning. The male left on foot and the caller was not following. Patrol checked the area with negative results.
A burglar alarm was reported at an address on Village Station Circle. It had been set off by the homeowner.
An elderly female called from Feltham Court. She had been walking the day before and a neighbor had backed out of a driveway and had struck her with the car. She was now feeling pain in her leg. Deputies assisted the female in getting the information she needed from the other person.
A female came to the Sheriff’s Station on Goodrich to report a disturbance at the Hawthorne Suites the night before. An incident report was completed and a warrant will be requested for a male subject.
A resident of Meadow Glen Drive reported that someone had filed for unemployment
using his personal information.
A resident of Shimerville Road reported that someone else filed an income tax return using his information.
A person visiting Brothers of Mercy reported that she had left her vehicle unlocked and now her wallet was missing.
A resident of Clarence Center Road reported that someone had filed for unemployment using her personal information.
Deputies served an order of protection at an address on County Road.
Deputies were called to an address on Shannon Court for an out of control 12-year-old child.
A resident of Pinyon Court reported that someone had filed for unemployment benefits using her personal information.
First Aid responded to Ranchview Drive for an elderly male who had fallen. Lift assist only.
Deputies responded to Clarence Center Road for a male sitting in a vehicle honking the horn. The caller was not sure who the male was and would not go talk to him. Deputies arrested Charles Contrino on an outstanding warrant and turned him over to the Amherst Police.
A resident of Mayfield Curt had been tricked into providing his social security number to a male who called him on the phone.
A resident of Harris Hill Road reported that she had received a letter from PNC Bank that someone had opened a bogus savings account using her personal information.
A resident of Arondale Lane reported that he had been the victim of unemployment fraud.