Weekly Feature



2011-08-04 / Police Blotter

Youths found on school roof

East Aurora

Thursday, July 21

 An Elma man had his car “keyed” and sprayed with string while it was parked on Buffalo Road.

Saturday, July 23

 A West Falls couple had a cellphone and purse taken from their motorcycle while it was parked on Ernst Place.

Monday, July 25

 Two Elma youths were charged with unlawful possession of marijuana after admitting to such when patrol came upon their vehicle behind a Cazenovia Street location.

Wednesday, July 27

 A Kelly Drive man reported having 37 gallons of gasoline taken from his vehicle over two nights. Two other area residents complained of the same thing.

 A Park Place man was charged with disorderly conduct after he refused to leave a Riley Street location.

Thursday, July 28

 An Olean Road business reported that an unknown person made four unauthorized Internet purchases using its business bank account.

Friday, July 29

 During a traffic stop, a Bennington, N.Y., man was charged with criminal possession of a controlled substance after patrol found in his vehicle several envelopes containing a white powder that appeared to be heroin.

Saturday, July 30

 A North Street man said his bicycle was taken from an Elm Street location.

Sunday, July 31

 A Cook Road man said someone removed six solar landscape lights from a rock garden at the end of his driveway.

 An Emery Road man said his neighbor began to videotape him after he pulled into his driveway and began talking on his cellphone. The man tried to move away from the woman, but she followed him and continued to videotape him.

 Police charged a Persons Street man with driving while intoxicated after his vehicle struck a utility pole and some trees on Knox Road. The man told police a black car was tailgating him so he tried to drive unusually fast to get away from it.

 Two youths were charged with trespassing after patrol found one climbing down from the roof of a Main Street school building and the other still on the roof.

(Editors note: The Bee’s police blotter is a sampling of unusual, sometimes humorous calls received by the police department. It is not intended to be a complete record of all incidents reported.)

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