Erie County Sheriff's Office Patrol Logs for The Town of Clarence from Nov 28th Through Dec. 4th.
A resident of Sheridan Drive reported hearing gun shots in the area. Police checked the area with negative results.
Deputies responded to Martin Road for some sort of disturbance between family members. A female gathered her things and left to go home.
The cashier at Kwik Fill called police because an unruly customer allegedly made threats against her. She was advised to call if the male returned.
The cashier at Sunoco called about a female who was not supposed to be in the store.
The female care in and then locked herself in the bathroom. The female had left before patrols arrival.
A resident of Strickler Road called to report his brother for allegedly attacking him. The other male was now gone. The caller just wanted the incident on record.
Police responded to multiple alarm calls because of high winds.
A female called about advice since she and her ex-boyfriend had split he had turned off her phone. She was advised of her options.
Two males stole several vacuum cleaners and fled northbound on Transit Road in a black minivan with stolen license plates.
A caller reported a disturbance at an address on Fox Trace. The caller was off site and then wanted to cancel police after her son showed up at her house with a grandchild. Patrol checked the welfare of the other involved people and they were fine.
An auto dealership on Main Street reported that a vehicle took a vehicle for a test drive over six hours before calling the police.
Patrol contacted the owner of an abandoned vehicle that had been left in a lot on Main Street. The owner stated he would get the car removed.
A female reported getting harassing messages from her former brother in law. She was advised to block the number and call back if the issue continues.
A resident of Limehouse Drive fell victim to a phone scam and sent five hundred dollars to a scammer via a Target gift card.
A resident of Winding Creek Lane is having issues with teens ringing his doorbell and leaving dog poop on his porch. He requested more patrols of the neighborhood.
A resident of Merrihurst Lane reported that someone had enter his truck sometime overnight and had stolen a tool box and several other items.
Deputies responded to the Buffalo Store at the Eastern Hills Mall for a report of shoplifting. One male was detained and two females fled the scene. Gary White of Buffalo was charged with petit larceny, criminal possession of stolen property and possession of burglar tools.