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Erie County Sheriff’s Office Patrol Logs for the Town of Clarence from Nov 21st Through Nov 27th.


Thirty-seven-year old Maurice McDow was arrested on a warrant out of Erie County Family Court. He was released on an appearance ticket.

A resident of Smiley Terrance was scammed out of three hundred and fifty dollars when he tried to purchase and item via Facebook marketplace.

Deputies responded to a burglar alarm at a residence on Newhouse Road. The alarm had been set off by the homeowner.


First aid responded to Ranch View Drive for a medical alert alarm. It was accidental.

Deputies responded to a disturbance on Ranch View Drive. An elderly male with dementia was arguing with his daughter about the bills.


Deputies responded to Home Depot on Transit Road for a customer who was causing a disturbance. The male was advised that he was no longer welcome at the store. He was also given a ride to his hotel.

Deputies responded to Wolcott Road for a disturbance. An intoxicated male claimed that another male had pulled a knife on him in his friend’s car. The man was highly intoxicated and could not provide any other details or names of people involved.


Deputies responded to Main Street and Transit Road for a report of a driver of a vehicle nodding out or having a medical emergency.

Deputies administered field sobriety tests and placed Alexander Dracup under arrest for driving under the influence of drugs he was further evaluated by a drug recognition expert to whom Dracup admitted that he had been snorting heroin prior to his incident.

Deputies responded to a third-party complaint of a male and a female fighting in the parking lot of TJ Maxx. The couple was gone when patrol arrived.


A resident of Shimerville Road reported that her credit card had been used to purchase an expensive pair of woman’s shoes and the shoes were delivered to an address in the Bronx.

A burglar alarm was reported at a business on Sheridan Drive. The alarm had been set off by an employee.


A caller from Tonawanda Creek Road reported that her seven-year old son was missing. She believed that he may have walked of into a nearby field. Deputies swept the residence and the child was located. He had crawled into a large trunk in the living room and had fallen asleep with the lid closed.

First aid responded to Kraus Road. A nineteen-year old male had taken something and he was acting weird. The male was transported to the hospital.


An elderly male was scammed out of four thousand dollars by a scammer who claimed to have put to much money back in his bank account after a return on a fraudulent purchase. The victim was instructed to purchase gift cards and scratch off the back and send pictures of the codes.

Deputies were called to Walmart for a shoplifting incident. Two females fled in an unknown vehicle after stealing items from the store.

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