ERIE COUNTY SHERIFFS OFFICE PATROL LOG FOR THE TOWN OF CLARENCE. 11/03/18 – 11/09/18
11/03/18: Sometime during the overnight hours a vehicle went off of shoulder of Stahley Road and drove over three mailboxes. A caller reported that a large dark colored sport utility vehicle had hit his vehicle and drove off. The caller had no other information on the other vehicle. 11/04/18: A male showed up at a local hospital with a gunshot wound to his leg. He claimed that he was hurt by an accidental discharge of his pistol at an address on Main Street in Clarence. The incident is being investigated by detectives from the Sheriff’s Office. A resident of Clarence Center Road called about people screaming in the area. A group of kids was playing at a neighbor’s residence. 11/05/18: A resident of Rocky Point Drive reported that a line of credit and a checking account had been opened in her name by an unknown offender. The incident is under investigation. A vehicle was repossessed at a residence on Xavier Drive. The owner was not aware. 11/06/18: Deputies charged Dwight Wilson and Hasha Foster with grand larceny for shoplifting at the Eastern Hills Mall. Both subjects had multiple warrants from local police departments all involving the theft of property from local stores. Both subjects were remanded to the holding center pending arraignment. 11/07/18: Deputies responded to a report of a disturbance on Gunnville Road. A woman had come to retrieve her property and her ex-boyfriend was giving the woman and her friends a hard time. All involved parties were advised and the female was able to get her property. A resident of Kimberly Drive called to complain about a neighbor who was allegedly dumping lawn waste on his property. Both involved subjects were advised. 11/08/18: A suspicious incident was reported at a business on Main Street. The caller believes that someone has been stealing parts off of an older Ford Bronco that is parked at the business. A resident of Main Street called to report that someone had stolen an antique sword from his residence. The male called back on November eleventh and reported that the sword had been found under the couch. 11/09/18: A business located on County Road reported an an attempted fraud. The incident is under investigation.