Weekly Feature



2018-09-12 / Police Blotter

Coventry Green resident rocks apartment

Saturday, Sept. 1

A man fled Walmart in a red SUV after allegedly stealing items from the Transit Road Store. The incident is under investigation.

A resident of Shamus Drive called in a complaint about a suspicious man who was at a construction site. The man worked for a framing company. He was there working.

Sunday, Sept. 2

A man called from a Main Street banquet facility. He had left his vehicle in the parking lot overnight and someone had slashed two tires. He was advised to get new tires. There are no suspects and no cameras in the area.

• A resident of Coventry Green Apartments reported that someone was playing a bass guitar so loudly that the building was shaking. Patrol checked the area with negative results.

Monday, Sept. 3

An 81-year-old Clarence man was charged with harassment and criminal contempt after he allegedly shoved his wife into a table during an argument. That was a violation of a no-offensive behavior order of protection.

Tuesday, Sept. 4

A vehicle was stolen from a Transit Road auto dealership and was found on blocks in Buffalo. The incident is under investigation.

Wednesday, Sept. 5

A tractor-trailer was broken down on Main Street, and was backing up traffic.

Deputies responded to a two-vehicle accident with injury that occurred in the area of Wehrle Drive and Gunnville Road. One driver was transported to Millard Fillmore Suburban Hospital with minor injuries.

Thursday, Sept. 6

Deputies were called to the parking lot of Office Depot on Main Street for a verbal argument. A woman and two men were arguing about money. They were traveling from Maine to the West Coast and they were low on funds. They were advised.

A caller locked a disabled person in a van by mistake. The vehicle was unlocked by AAA emergency service.

Friday, Sept. 7

A man called from Main Street near Shurr Road, reporting that he found a small child wandering on the street. The child’s older siblings were going to walk to the park and they did not know that the younger child followed them out of the house. The child was returned to her mother.

(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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