Weekly Feature

2018-09-19 / Police Blotter

Noisy motorcycle angers resident

Saturday, Sept. 8

Deputies were called to a disturbance on Laura Lane and charged a 46-year-old man with criminal contempt (violating a stay away order of protection) and harassment in the second degree. He was remanded to the Erie County Jail pending arraignment.

Deputies responded to the 7-Eleven on Transit Road for a patron who became upset when the cashier asked for identification when he was attempting to purchase alcohol. The man did not have identification and became belligerent and would not leave the store. The man left prior to the arrival of patrol.

Sunday, Sept. 9

A woman had her purse stolen from her vehicle while she was walking on the Clarence bike path. The incident is under investigation.

A man called police about his wife’s purse and cellphone, which had been taken while they were at a wedding on Shimerville Road. The man had tracked the phone to an address on Trailing Drive with a cellphone tracking application. All of the property was returned, and there were no charges.

Monday, Sept. 10

An employee of the Home Depot on Transit Road was arrested in connection with theft. The 30-year-old woman was charged with petit larceny for allegedly stealing approximately $800 in the month of August. She was terminated from employment and was released on an appearance ticket pending arraignment.

A resident of Hidden Pines reported that he was the victim of fraudulent bank activity. The incident is under investigation.

Tuesday, Sept. 11

A resident of Goodrich Road called the fire department because smoke was coming from a power outlet.

Wednesday, Sept. 12

A man was allegedly sitting in a vehicle with an open beer in the parking lot of the church at the corner of Harris Hill Road and Main Street. Patrol checked the area and the vehicle was gone.

Thursday, Sept. 13

A driver for a lawn maintenance company called about a man who kept driving by a job site and yelling at him. No laws were being violated.

A resident of Schurr Road called about a motorcycle that speeds down the street most mornings around 7:30 a.m.

Friday, Sept. 14

• A group of teens were arguing on Barton Road. Patrol spoke with all of the involved subjects and dispersed them.

A driver of a dump truck called for assistance because another motorist claimed that a stone came off the truck and broke his windshield.

Deputies served a stay away order of protection at an address on Stage Road and removed a man from the residence.

(Editor’s note: The Bee’s police blotter is a sampling of unusual calls received by the police department. It is not intended to be a complete record of all incidents reported.)

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