Weekly Feature



2018-03-14 / Police Blotter

Belligerent man causes ruckus at tavern

Saturday, March 3

Deputies responded to a two-vehicle accident on Heise Road near County Road. One of the drivers reported minor hand pain. The person was evaluated by first aid and signed off.

Sunday, March 4

An intoxicated man was reportedly belligerent and causing a disturbance at a tavern on Transit Road. The 52-year-old man was charged with disorderly conduct, resisting arrest and obstruction of governmental administration. He was remanded to the Erie County Holding Center pending arraignment in Town Court.

Monday, March 5

• A resident of Hunting Valley Road reported that her bank account had been compromised and someone had transferred money from the account. The incident is under investigation.

Tuesday, March 6

Deputies were investigating a suspicious vehicle that was parked in a lot on Transit Road during the early morning hours. A 20-year-old man was reportedly smoking marijuana. The man was charged with unlawful possession of marijuana and criminal possession of a controlled substance. He was remanded to the Holding Center on cash bail.

Two 20-year-old women were charged with grand larceny and possession of stolen property after they were reportedly apprehended with $1,800 in stolen merchandise after allegedly shoplifting at the Bon-Ton on Transit Road. The women were remanded to the Holding Center pending arraignment.

Wednesday, March 7

A caller reported that a deer had become caught up in barbed wire at an address on Keller Road. The deer was badly injured and needed to be euthanized.

Thursday, March 8

• A caller reported that someone had made a fraudulent order on her Best Buy account. The incident is under investigation.

Friday, March 9

The manager of a spa on Transit Road reported that a suspicious man keeps coming in and asking strange questions about the massages offered at the spa. She was advised to get a license plate number the next time the man comes in.

Deputies were called to a disturbance in the rear parking lot of Eastern Hills Mall. A man and his girlfriend became upset because they had taken a number at the Department of Motor Vehicles but had gone to the food court to get something to eat. When they returned, the DMV was closing. Patrol advised the two subjects that they were no longer welcome at the mall.

(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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