• Erie Co. Blotter.

Erie County Sheriff’s Patrol Logs for the Town of Clarence. 11/30 through 12/06.


A resident of Garden Walk reported a strong smell of natural gas in the house. A leak was located in the gas line to the fireplace.

Deputies were called to Walmart for a report of a disorderly patron. A male had been arguing with the manager over a television. The two resolved the issue without it escalating further.


Deputies responded to a disturbance on Calpin Parkway. A female stated that she and her boyfriend were having an argument. The male left for the night.

A vacant house on Nottingham Terrance was heavily damaged when it caught on fire during the night. Fire investigators from the Sheriff’s Office are investigating.


Deputies responded to a report of a disturbance at a residence at an address on Connemara Drive. It was a verbal argument between family members. There is a long history of such issues at the address.

Detectives from the Sheriff’s Office are investigating a report of stolen electronics from BJ’s Wholesale Club. The items are believed to have been taken by an employee.

A resident of Via Marina Street reported that a male had come to the door and he was yelling. Patrol spoke wi5th the male and advised him to stay off of the neighbor’s property.


Deputies responded to a report of a disturbance on Cobblestone Lane. A male gathered his things and left for the night. He had been arguing with a female. There were no charges.

A person came to the sheriff’s office on Goodrich Road about a male who had violated an order of protection. A warrant was requested from Clarence Town Court.


Thirty four year old Jedidiah Aiken was charged with trespassing for panhandling at the plaza near BJ’s Wholesale Club. He had been banned from the property by the property owner.

Deputies responded to Marvin’s Bar on Goodrich Road for an intoxicated patron who was causing a problem. The male was given a ride to his residence.


Deputies responded to a traffic accident at the intersection of Harris Hill and Wehrle Drive. Twenty four year old Andrew Lelonek was charged was charged with aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle in the second degree. Lelonek was remanded to the holding center on cash bail pending arraignment.

Twenty three year old Scott Simmons was charged with petit larceny for stealing a twenty dollar pair of shoes from Walmart on Transit Road. He was released on an appearance ticket pending arraignment.


Twenty one year old Katie Daigler was charged with operating a vehicle with a suspended registration, operating without insurance and driving with a suspended license. Her vehicle had triggered a plate reader alert. She was released on tickets pending her appearance in Clarence Court.

Deputies stopped a vehicle on Main Street for failure to obey a traffic control device.

Twenty four year old Tiffany Young was charged with aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle in the third degree. Young was released on traffic tickets.


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