Weekly Feature



2017-09-06 / Police Blotter

Loud TV prompts noise complaint

Saturday, Aug. 26

Deputies responded to a two-vehicle accident on Transit Road. Three people were transported to the hospital with minor injuries.

Patrol responded to an address on Newhouse Road for a loud party. The homeowner turned off the music after being advised.

Sunday, Aug. 27

Deputies were called to an address on Barton Drive for a noise complaint. A person was upset about the neighbor’s television being on so loud.

Patrol was called to Kwik Fill on Main Street. Two men on bicycles had allegedly been harassing a young girl. Patrol checked the area with negative results.

Monday, Aug. 28

• Deputies arrested a 26-year-old woman on an outstanding warrant from Clarence Town Court for petit larceny. She was remanded to the holding center on $2,500 bail.

Deputies were called to an address on Croop Road for a neighbor dispute. A 33-year-old woman was arrested on a bench warrant out of Batavia Court for driving while intoxicated. She was turned over to City of Batavia Police.

Tuesday, Aug. 29

Detectives from the sheriff’s office arrested a 22-year-old man on grand larceny charges. He was allegedly involved with the theft of cell phones and other Apple products at Walmart on Transit Road.

A resident of Sheridan Drive reported that she had been bitten by a dog. A report was completed and the animal control officer was advised.

A caller stated that she had dropped her ATM card in Walmart. The card was used at Delta Sonic by an unknown subject. The incident is under investigation.

Wednesday, Aug. 30

A small terrier was found wandering in the area of Willow Run Court. The dog control officer was notified.

A person who was driving a white car was going through people’s trash on Foxwood Lane. No law was being violated. Trash is considered to be abandoned. It is important to destroy any mail or personal papers before putting them in the trash, officials advised.

Thursday, Aug. 31

A caller requested a welfare check at a residence on Transit Road. The mailbox was full of mail and a package had been left on the front porch for more than a week. The person who owned the home was not currently residing there.

Someone had stolen change from an unlocked car on Kippen Drive.

A resident of Strickler Road called about an unknown man on the property behind her house. It was a surveyor.

Friday, Sept. 1

Deputies stopped a vehicle on Greiner Road for a cell phone violation. A 26-year-old woman was charged with aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle in the third degree.

Several unlocked vehicles were gone through on Woodruff Drive.

(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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