Weekly Feature

2012-03-28 / Police Blotter

Yelling man upset that dog won’t leave car

Saturday, March 17

A 911 hang-up call was reported on Kippen Drive. A 16-year-old male was upset and yelling at family members. The male left, and the family did not wish any further action.

Sunday, March 18

A burglar alarm was reported at an Eastern Hills Mall jewelry store. It was set off accidentally by an employee.

A 24-year-old male was arrested for driving while intoxicated after being stopped for a traffic infraction on Transit Road. The male was transported to the Clarence station, where he submitted to a breath test that showed his blood alcohol content to be .10 percent.

Monday, March 19

Deputies responded to Walmart on Transit Road for several males who were throwing a football around the parking lot. They were hitting cars with the ball. Patrol advised the subjects to find a more appropriate place to play football.

A resident of County Road reported that cars are speeding and passing school buses in the morning.

Tuesday, March 20

A suspicious male was reported on Connection Drive. An older male in a green caravan was picking through trash on the side of the road.

Residents of Elm Street are reporting possible drug activity by teens at the end of Elm Street by the bike path. Increased checks of the area were requested.

Wednesday, March 21

Deputies responded to a residence on Meadowbrook Drive for a report of a man who was screaming at someone. The male was yelling at his dog because the dog would not get out of the car.

Deputies were called to an address on County Road for a neighbor dispute. The subjects were arguing about the property line.

Thursday, March 22

Patrol responded to Cobblestone Drive for a report of criminal mischief. Teens were reportedly vandalizing a home that is under construction.

A 35-year-old female was arrested for felony driving while intoxicated after being stopped on Wehrle Drive. The woman was also charged with aggravated unlicensed operation of a vehicle in the first degree and driving a vehicle without an alcohol interlock device. She was transported to the Erie County Holding Center pending arraignment.

Friday, March 23

A resident of Sandstone Court reported a suspicious vehicle in the neighborhood. It was a newspaper delivery person.

(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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