Weekly Feature

2017-11-08 / Police Blotter

Pin found in Halloween candy

Saturday, Oct. 28

A resident of Ava Lane reported that a large inflated Halloween decoration had been taken from his front yard. Kids had moved it down the street as a prank.

A resident of Pin Cherry Court reported that teens were cutting through backyards with a flashlight. Patrol checked the area. The teens were gone.

Sunday, Oct. 29

Patrol responded to a report of an unwanted guest on Bergtold Road. The woman left after being advised.

A resident of Golden Oak Circle reported hearing a disturbance a few houses down. A woman was having an argument with her boyfriend on her cell phone and she was upset and yelling. She was advised to tone it down.

Monday, Oct. 30

A resident of Main Street called because her 15-year-old son would not come home. She was looking for advice.

Deputies were called to a hair salon on Transit Road for an argument between the manager and an employee. Both subjects were advised.

Tuesday, Oct. 31

• A resident of Ransom Road reported that there was a group of people with flashlights at the cemetery. Patrol checked the area with negative results.

Deputies responded to a home on Sunset Drive to check the welfare of a woman. Her daughter had been trying to reach her on the phone and she was not answering. The woman did not hear the phone ringing.

Wednesday, Nov. 1

Deputies responded to a motel on Main Street for a disturbance. A man and a woman were arguing. The subjects were gone when patrol arrived.

A resident of Chesley Court reported finding a pin in some Halloween candy. The incident is under investigation.

Thursday, Nov. 2

A resident of Main Street reported that someone had made fraudulent bank charges on his account.

A Williamsville resident reported that her purse had been taken while shopping in Clarence earlier in the day.

Friday, Nov. 3

Deputies stopped a vehicle for a lighting violation on Transit Road. A 21-year-old man was charged with aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle in the third degree.

A burglar alarm was reported at a home on Black Walnut Drive. Patrol checked the residence and found it to be secure.

(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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