Weekly Feature

2012-03-14 / Police Blotter

Teenager gets finger stuck in trombone

Saturday, March 3

The manager of the Valley Inn reported that several disorderly patrons were fighting. A 28-year-old male from Clarence was arrested for disorderly conduct. He was released on appearance tickets.

A female called from a business on Transit Road reporting an incident of harassment on Facebook. The females involved were advised to have no contact with each other.

Sunday, March 4

A resident of Oak Field Lane reported two suspicious teens dressed in black walking around the neighborhood. Patrol checked the area.

Deputies responded to a residence on Lapp Road for a report of one male chasing another. Patrol spoke to a male who stated that he came home and a young male jumped out the window of his teenage daughter’s room.

A resident of Herr Road reported hearing several gunshots near the bike path. Patrol checked the area but could not locate the source.

Monday, March 5

A suspicious incident was reported on Miland Road. A female reported that she was turning onto Berghorn Road and noticed a male pointing a rifle in her direction. Patrol advised the male on gun safety and to not point the gun at the roadway.

First aid responded to County Road for a report of a teen male who had his finger stuck in a trombone.

Deputies were called to a motel on Main Street by a tenant who was upset because his landlord evicted him. The management wanted him off the premises.

Tuesday, March 6

Deputies responded to a burglar alarm on Shimerville Road. It was set of by a contractor who was doing work at the residence.

A stop sign was taken from the corner of Wenner Road and Sheridan Drive. Niagara International Transportation Technology Coalition was advised.

Wednesday, March 7

• Deputies were called to Noco on Main Street for a report of a strange male who was asking people for money. The man left before patrol arrived.

A man reported that he hit a dog on Goodrich Road. The dog got up and ran away.

A resident of North Everwood Court reported receiving harassing text messages from another male. A warrant will be requested for aggravated harassment.

Thursday, March 8

• A suspicious incident was reported on Harris Hill Road. A female reported that she heard two loud bangs and thought that someone was in her house. Patrol checked the residence and found no one else inside.

A woman called from Rochester asking patrol to check on her father because he was not answering his telephone. The man had knocked his phone off the hook by mistake.

Deputy Patrick McMahon stopped a vehicle on Transit Road and arrested the driver for driving with a suspended registration and having no insurance on his vehicle.

Friday, March 9

A suspicious male was reported walking along Shimerville Road during the early morning hours. The man stated that he was walking home. Patrol gave the man a ride to his motel.

Deputies responded to a business on Wehrle Drive for a complaint of harassment by a terminated employee. Patrol spoke to the former employee and advised her to return her keys to the business and stop sending harassing text messages.

A female reported that her cellphone was stolen from her unlocked vehicle while she was shopping on Transit Road.

A 23-year-old male from Clarence was arrested for unlawful possession of marijuana after he was stopped for a traffic infraction on Main Street.

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

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