Weekly Feature

2017-04-20 / Police Blotter

Uninvited guests show up at teen’s party

East Aurora

Monday, April 10

A Ruskin Road resident called police after someone threw eggs at a home where she was house-sitting. The woman says one of the owners of the house is a teacher and she believes the incident may be related to a threat she received earlier this year.

Saturday, April 15

A teen on Quaker Road teen said she was having a party with about 10 friends when several people she didn’t know showed up with alcohol. She told police she thinks someone shared the address of the party on social media without her permission. The teen said most of the people who had showed up uninvited left after she threatened to call the police. Police say no alcohol was located on the property and none of the people were intoxicated.

Sunday, April 16

Police were called to Oakwood Avenue after a man claimed someone had entered his car but did not take any items. Police checked other cars in the area and discovered they were secure and undisturbed.

Monday, April 17

An officer observed fireworks going off in the area of Wahley Avenue near Ridge Avenue. The officer traveled to the area and located two boxes of fireworks, along with several people who he said were acting suspiciously. The people were let go due to a lack of evidence.

Sheriff’s Report

Friday, April 7

Deputies were called to check on the welfare of two people on West Blood Road.

Deputies responded to a home on North Davis Road for a complaint of an unwelcome guest. However, the person left before deputies arrived on the scene.

A burglar alarm went off at a business on Maple Road.

Monday, April 10

Several bales of hay caused a traffic hazard on Route 400. Deputies were able to remove the hay from the roadway.

A bank card and jewelry were stolen from a home on Girdle Road. The owner of the objects may know the person responsible for taking the items.

Tuesday, April 11

Deputies were called to a Clinton Street home for a report of an attempted burglary.

Wednesday, April 12

A homeowner on Willardshire road accidently set off the alarm system.

An employee at a Jamison Road business accidentally dialed 911.

Deputies helped a driver on Clinton Street push a vehicle into a parking lot after it broke down.

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