Weekly Feature



2010-11-10 / Police Blotter

Man reported missing after being ejected from store

(Editor’s note: The Bee’s police blotter is a sampling of unusual, sometimes humorous calls received by the New York State Police and Erie County Sheriff’s Department. It is not intended to be a complete record of all incidents reported.)

Saturday, Oct. 30

• A disturbance was reported at a Main Street business. Several people were ejected.

• An alarm was reported at a Main Street business. It was accidental by an employee.

• Erratic operation was reported on Gunnville Road. The driver was advised.

• A Clarence man was charged with driving while his license was suspended when he was stopped on Main Street. He was released on appearance tickets.

Sunday, Oct. 31

• Shoplifting was reported at a Transit Road store. A Buffalo woman was charged with petit larceny. She was released on an appearance ticket.

• A loose cow was reported on Wolcott Road. It was rounded up by the owner.

• A disturbance was reported on Sitka Spruce Court. A Buffalo man was charged with criminal trespass and harassment. He was taken to the Erie County Holding Center on bail.

Monday, Nov. 1

• A larceny was reported on Boncliff Drive. Cash was taken while the complainant was moving.

• A fire alarm was reported on Raintree Court. It was caused by smoke from grilling.

Tuesday, Nov. 2

• A Buffalo man was reported missing after being ejected from a Transit Road store. He was located a short time later at home.

• A Brookhaven Drive resident reported receiving annoying phone calls and was advised.

• Four cars were involved in an injury accident investigated on Transit Road.

• A Clarence man was charged with DWI after he was stopped on Shimerville Road. He had a 0.27 percent blood-alcohol level and was released on appearance tickets.

Wednesday, Nov. 3

• A burglary was investigated at a Sheridan Drive business. Copper, plumbing equipment and cash were taken.

• A road obstruction was reported on Sheridan Drive. Patrol removed a rake from the road.

• A fire was reported on Boyd Drive. A piece of cardboard caught fire. No damage was reported.

• A disturbance was reported on Oak Lane. A Clarence woman was arrested and charged with criminal mischief after she allegedly broke a window. She was released on an appearance ticket.

Thursday, Nov. 4

• Patrol investigated a 911 hang-up call on Greiner Road. It was a misdial.

• An employee at a Greiner Road business reported receiving an annoying phone call. She was advised.

Friday, Nov. 5

• An alarm was reported on Killarney Manor, and an open door was found. The residence was checked, and all was in order.

• Employee theft was reported at a Transit Road store. A Buffalo man was charged with petit larceny. He was released on an appearance ticket.

• A car/deer accident was reported on Clarence Center Road.

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