Teen involved in road rage incident
Wednesday, March 8
A woman called police to report her and her boyfriend’s cars had been keyed in a Grey Street parking lot
Friday, March 10
came to the police station to report an unauthorized withdrawal from his bank account. The man said the only person he would suspect is former employee, who failed to show up for a job he was paid to do.
Wednesday, March 15
• The caretaker of a child on Gleed Avenue was found lying on the floor while the child was standing in the window.
Saturday, March 18
A woman and her husband returned to their vehicle in a Main Street business parking lot, only to find the windshield smashed and a door keyed.
Friday, March 10
During the windstorm, deputies checked on several people who depend on electrically operated life support medical equipment. Power was restored at all the residences except for one.
Saturday, March 11
A cellphone was reportedly taken from the hostess stand at The Cove restaurant on Transit Road.
Sunday, March 12
• Deputies helped Cheektowaga police find a driver who pulled away from an officer during a traffic stop on Transit Road. The driver did not stop for West Seneca police or the sheriff’s patrol. Officers did not pursue the driver, who was taken into custody at a later date.
Monday, March 13
• A driver on Transit Road hit a deer. A tow truck was called and removed the vehicle.
A 911 hang-up call was made from the Boys & Girls Club of Elma Marilla on Girdle Road. Deputies determined the call was accidental.
Tuesday, March 14
An abandoned vehicle was spotted at Moog Inc on Jamison Road. Upon further investigation, deputies discovered the owner of the vehicle is an employee.
A suspicious person was seen going door to door on Hillside Drive. The person was reportedly distributing pamphlets for a play at Shea’s.
Sunday, March 19
• An Arcade man was pulled over on Olean Road for allegedly driving while intoxicated. The man was released on a ticket.
• Deputies responded to a road rage incident involving a 17-year-old driver at Clinton Street and Transit Road.
• There was a complaint of an erratic driver on Route 400, however, the driver failed to pull over to the side of the road. When the driver finally did stop, deputies said they determined his blood alcohol level was more than twice the legal limit.
(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 ECState SO at 858-2903)