Erie County Sheriffs Office Patrol Logs for Marilla and Alden. 10/27 Through 11/2.
10/27/18: Deputies arrested forty six year old Raymond Miller on an outstanding warrant for a petit larceny charge. Miller allegedly had stolen items from Tops Markets in Alden earlier this year. Miller was remanded to the holding center.
A 911 hang up call came in from an address Willow Woods Lane. The homeowner stated that they do not have a land line telephone.
10/28/18: Deputies responded to a loud noise complaint on West Alaura Drive. They spoke to a homeowner about the noise coming from their party. The subjects agreed to turn the music to an appropriate level.
Tops Gas reported that a vehicle with Texas Plates drove off without paying for fuel.
10/29/18: Patrols responded to a landlord tenant dispute. A male called stating that he was trying to move out and his landlord was blocking him in. Both subjects were advised by patrol.
Deputies responded to a suspicious person complaint on Two Rod Road. Patrols checked the area with negative results.
10/30/18: A business owner from the Village of Alden received a suspicious letter with a return address from out of state. The incident is under investigation.
Deputies were called to check on a resident of Eastwood Road after the person had missed work and had not called in sick. The subject was fine.
10/31/18: Thirty one year old Darren Kelly was charged with obstructing governmental administration after he was involved in an altercation at the Erie County Correctional Facility.
A 911 call came in from an address on Reinhardt Road. The homeowner stated that she has lived at the address for several years and has never had that phone number.
** For some reason Alden has an incredibly high incident rate of phantom 911 calls that come from land line numbers that are no longer in service.
11/01/18: Deputies were called to Two Rod Road for an issue with a custody dispute. A woman was at the residence to pick up her son and the child did not want to go. The issue was referred back to family court.
A resident of Timothy Lane called stating that a male voice was yelling profanity. Patrol checked the area with negative results.
A burglar alarm was reported at Sitzman’s Maytag. The building appeared to be secure. A caller reported that a red sedan was illegally parked in a handicap spot at John and Mary’s. The owner of the vehicle came out with their food and left. The complainant wished to cancel police response.