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Erie County Sheriff's Office Patrol Logs for Clarence From 6/20 through 6/26.


Police were dispatched to an alarm on Rocky Point Drive. The homeowner had set the alarm off when she had let her dog out.

An elderly homeless male was causing a problem at a Transit Road business. Patrol gave the male a ride to an address in Amherst at his request.

Deputies responded to a suspicious package complaint on Hunting Valley North. The package was from a friend of the caller’s father.


Deputies responded to a residential alarm on Tonawanda Creek Road. The residence was secure.

Deputies responded to an alarm at a business on Transit Road. The building was secure possibly caused by the wind.

A resident of Cloverleaf Circle turned in a female’s wallet that he had found while he was out for a bike ride. The wallet was returned to the owner.


A resident of Shimerville Road called about a loud party in the area. The homeowner agreed to end the party since it was keeping people awake.

A van caught on fire on Jones Road. An apparent electrical issue with the dashboard caused the fire.

A male wished to report fraudulent purchases on his elderly mother’s credit card accounts.

A resident of Herr Road reported that someone had used his personal information to file for unemployment.


A burglar alarm was set off at Firehouse Subs on Transit Road. It was a food vender dropping off supplies.

Several mailboxes were damaged on Pine Breeze Lane.

A resident of Goodrich Road reported a loud explosion in the area. Patrol checked the area with negative results.

Deputies responded to Wexford Manor and made a referral to family court for a teen male that had allegedly choked another member of the family.


Patrols were called to Clarence Center Elementary for a teen that was up on the roof. The male was gone when patrols arrived.

Someone reported hearing gun shots from the area of the Tillman Wildlife area.

A resident of Via Marina Drive reported someone had opened an unemployment case using his wife’s personal information.


A motorist called from Sheridan Drive top report that a large flock of ducks was crossing the highway.

A resident of Sawmill Road had questions about getting rid of some long guns because the owner had passed away.


A twenty-one year old female was apprehended while shoplifting at Wal-Mart on Transit Road. Lexus Douglas allegedly took approximately fifty dollars in merchandise from the store without paying. Douglas was released on an appearance ticket for petit larceny. Twenty year old Tiana Swindle was also processed and released for the same charges.

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