Town of Clarence Patrol Logs from the Erie Co. Sheriff’s Office.
ERIE COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE PATROL LOG FOR THE TOWN OF CLARENCE
07/06/19 through 07/12/19.
A female claimed that another person that had parked a vehicle next to her car had purposely opened the door into the side of her car. There is no need to call police for accidental damage to a vehicle. The correct process is to exchange insurance information. If the insurance company will not cover the damage, you can sue the other person in small claims court for up to three thousand dollars. A door hitting your car in a parking lot is not a reportable accident.
A male called from an auto dealership on Transit Road. He was using the quick charge station to charge his car and he noticed that a new vehicle in the dealer’s lot was running. Patrol turned the vehicle off and dropped the car keys into the drop box of the service department.
Deputies responded to a report of a disorderly patron at a Main Street Business. The subject left the scene in a white sedan. Deputies stopped the sedan for a traffic infraction on Main Street and charged the driver with driving while intoxicated. Deputies stated that Kirk Allgaier failed roadside sobriety tests and refused a breath screening device. Allgaier was processed at the Clarence Station and was released to a sober third party.
The owner of a Main Street business reported that someone had sprayed a substance into the lock on the front door. He could not get the key into the lock to open his business.
Deputies stopped a vehicle on Wehrle Drive and charged Forty four year old Philp Ciccone with aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle in the third degree. Ciccone was also arrested on two outstanding warrants. He was transported to the holding center.
A resident of Greenway Court reported that his Pickup had been stolen from his driveway overnight. The vehicle had been left unlocked with the keys in the ignition. On-star located the vehicle in a wooded area on the Tuscarora Indian Reservation in Niagara County. Police are investigating the incident.
Deputies were called to a report of a disturbance on Wolcott Road. When they arrived on scene all of the involved parties denied that there was a problem.
The clerk called from a main Street convenience store reporting that a group of teens was being disruptive. Patrol advised the kids to leave.
Deputies responded to a call of two males fighting at a convenience store. Patrol told one male that he was no longer welcome at the store.
A seventeen year old male was arrested for shoplifting a pack of lighters from Walmart on Transit Road. He was released on an appearance ticket.
Deputies were called to the Fairways for an argument between a man and his son. All of the involved subjects were advised.
Patrol checked Xavier Drive for a report of a male that was riding up and down the street while hitting signs with a metal pipe. The male was gone when patrol arrived.
A male was harassing people and asking for money in the parking lot of a bank. The male was gone when patrol arrived.