Weekly Feature



2018-05-23 / Police Blotter

Flowers disappear from Eastbrook Place

Saturday, May 12

• Deputies arrested a 21-year-old man on an outstanding warrant out of Amherst Town Court. He was turned over to Amherst police. The bench warrant was for a narcotics charge.

A 29-year-old woman was charged with operating a vehicle with a suspended registration following a traffic stop on Greiner Road. She was released on traffic tickets.

Sunday, May 13

Deputies were called to an address on Glenwood Drive for a disturbance. A woman was having a verbal argument with her son and his girlfriend. Patrol spoke with all involved subjects, and the son and girlfriend left the residence for the night.

An employee at Jim’s Steakout reported that a group of people were fighting in the parking lot. The subjects left in several vehicles prior to the arrival of patrol.

A resident of Clarence Center Road reported that someone had slashed the tires on her vehicle.

Monday, May 14

A suspicious man was walking up to houses on Stahley Road and asking for money. He was also trying to flag down cars to ask for a ride. Patrol checked the area with negative results.

Tuesday, May 15

Members of the sheriff’s commercial truck unit charged a 55-year-old man with logbook violations and aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle in the third degree during a commercial truck inspection on Transit Road.

Deputies responded to a disturbance on Elma Drive. An incident report was completed, but there were no charges.

Thursday, May 17

Deputies responded to Via Marina Drive for a report of a disturbance. A woman had been arguing with her son and her husband about helping with household chores. All parties were advised.

A four-vehicle accident with injuries occurred on Main Street. One driver was transported to the hospital with minor injuries.

Friday, May 18

A resident of Eastbrook Place called because he believes that a neighbor is pulling up flowers from the flowerpots that he put on the median at the end of the street. The caller was advised that he needed proof of who was pulling the flowers out.

An intoxicated woman was refusing to leave a business on Goodrich Road. The woman left on foot prior to the arrival of patrol.

(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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