Weekly Feature

2017-07-27 / Police Blotter

Weed trimmer stolen from Elma home

East Aurora

Thursday, June 6

After two weeks of tensions regarding the behavior of their children, two neighbors on Walnut Street got into an argument that allegedly turned physical after one neighbor claimed the other woman punched her.

Monday, July 10

A man left his bike in an alley on Temple Place for several days. When he went to retrieve the bike, it was gone.

Thursday, July 20

A woman told police she parked her car in front of her home on Park Place and returned to find the side mirror was broken and the car had scratches and tire marks. Police determined a vehicle left its lane and sideswiped her car.

An East Filmore Avenue woman called police after three checks totaling $2,100 were written on her account without her knowledge.

Sheriff’s Report

Saturday, July 15

Deputies received a call about someone screaming on Schwartz Road. Upon arrival, they found an intoxicated woman who told the deputies she did not want them on her property.

A Chairfactory Road resident had set his weed trimmer down to take a break. When he returned, he found that it had been stolen.

Monday, July 17

• A driver on Route 400 called deputies, claiming his windshield was damaged by stones that fell from a pickup.

A Jackman Lane resident called deputies, claiming a Fed Ex delivery truck hit a camper parked in the homeowner’s driveway.

Tuesday, July 18

Deputies were called to Clinton Street about a rear-end collision involving four vehicles. The people in the cars signed off with emergency responders.

Wednesday, July 19

Deputies received a call about a suspicious vehicle on North Davis Road. Upon further investigation, deputies learned the driver of the vehicle was looking at a home that was for sale on the street.

A person intentionally damaged planters outside a home on Bowen Road. Deputies learned the issue was part of an ongoing landlord/ tenant dispute

Thursday, July 20

A person stole cash and set off the alarm at a restaurant on Seneca Street.

A driver on Porterville Road damaged a guardrail after hitting it with a vehicle.

(Editor’s note: The Bee’s police blotter is a sampling of unusual calls received by the East Aurora Police Department and Erie County Sheriff’s Department. It is not intended to be a complete record of all incidents reported. Residents can report incidents to the EAPD by calling police dispatch at 652-1111 or ECSO at 858-2903)

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