Weekly Feature

2018-02-15 / Police Blotter

Deputies help resident with ‘loud refrigerator’

East Aurora

Saturday, Feb. 3

The mirror of a car on Sycamore Street was damaged after it was struck by an unknown person in a vehicle.

Monday, Feb. 5

An Emery Road resident contacted police after he was alerted of someone trying to open a credit card in his name.

Wednesday, Feb. 7

• An East Aurora police officer struck a deer on Boies Road after the deer jumped in front of his car. The injured deer was euthanized by an officer who responded to the scene.

Sheriff’s Report

Friday, Feb. 2

Deputies were called to Transit Road following two-car accident.

Saturday, Feb. 3

Two people were reportedly arguing in the parking lot of a church on Clinton Street. However, the people were gone by the time deputies arrived.

A woman hurt her hand after she drove off the road on Jamison Road and hit an embankment.

A pickup tailgate was stolen from a property on Rolling Green Lane.

Deputies were called to a home on Clinton Street to help a resident with a “loud refrigerator.”

Sunday, Feb. 4

A driver on Route 400 spun off the road and struck the median. A tow agency was contacted to remove the vehicle.

Monday, Feb. 5

A Pinewood Trail resident called deputies to report a car larceny that had occurred a week ago.

A driver was taken to Erie County Medical Center with non-life-threatening injuries following a four-vehicle accident on Clinton Street.

Tuesday, Feb. 6

An East Aurora man was arrested on Jamison Road after deputies discovered he had 15 license suspensions on four separate dates.

Wednesday, Feb. 7

Deputies were called to help with several cars off the roadway; however, no one was injured.

(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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