Weekly Feature



2018-07-19 / Police Blotter

Man discovers obscenity written in frosting on car

East Aurora

Wednesday, July 4

• A man called police claiming he was assaulted in the parking lot of a Main Street bar. The man said he asked an unknown man to stop peeing on the steps of a business and the man hit him in the face, causing him to fall on the pavement and hit his head.

A woman discovered her car had been keyed overnight on North Willow Street. The woman told police she believes

the person responsible is her boyfriend’s ex-wife, as she is upset about losing custody of one of her children.

Sunday, July 8

After police stopped a driver on Quaker and Stoneybrook roads, the driver failed to put his vehicle in park and it began to roll backward toward the officer’s car. Police later discovered the driver was intoxicated.

Tuesday, July 10

A woman contacted police after her daughter became upset when learning her boyfriend was not allowed in the mother’s business. The daughter then picked up several objects, including a dog toy, and threw it at the woman. The woman requested an order of protection against the girl and intended to press charges against her.

Sunday, July 15

• A Ridge Avenue man woke up to find someone had written an obscenity on his car in white frosting. The man said his neighbor also discovered frosting writing on his vehicle as well.

Sheriff’s Report

Sunday, July 8

• An Elma resident contacted deputies after receiving unwanted emails.

• A juvenile who was riding a bike was taken to Mercy Hospital with non-life-threatening injuries following an accident at Elma Meadows Country Park.

Monday, July 9

A car was being repossessed on Aurora Street, but the owner was unaware.

Deputies were called to the Elma Fire substation on Girdle Road for a report of an alarm. Upon further investigation, deputies discovered the alarm was accidently set off by a firefighter.

Tuesday, July 10

A Meadow Drive resident accidently called deputies. Patrol responded to the 911 hang-up call, but it was a misdial.

Wednesday, July 11

The grease drip in a gas grill caught fire on Stolle Road. The fire was extinguished by the homeowner.

(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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