Weekly Feature

2017-10-12 / Police Blotter

Boy jumps out of moving car on Center Street

East Aurora

Sunday, Oct. 1

A teen contacted police after his phone went missing at a party on Wellington Court.

A woman returned to her Knox Road home to find her ex-boyfriend, who she claims was intoxicated, attempting to sleep on her front porch. The man told police that because he was intoxicated he didn’t remember the event.

Tuesday, Oct. 3

A Willardshire Road man called police after he was contacted on Facebook by a former employee. The employee, the man said, was upset after being told his help with a project was no longer needed.

Thursday, Oct. 5

A driver on Center Street called police after his son jumped out of the car while it was moving. The son, who was not injured, said he was trying to get away from his father because the two were having a disagreement.

Saturday, Oct. 7

A Willardshire Road resident damaged a tree stand on his neighbor’s property because he believed it was set up within 500 feet of his house.

Sheriff’s Report

Friday, Sept. 29

Deputies were called to Transit Road for a three-vehicle accident.

Saturday, Sept. 30

A driver was struck from behind by another driver on Bullis Road.

Sunday, Oct. 1

A Bowen Road resident contacted deputies after a vehicle went missing. Upon further investigation, it was discovered the vehicle was repossessed without law enforcement notification.

Monday, Oct. 2

An ATV and utility trailer was taken from a driveway on Seneca Street.

Thursday, Oct. 5

• Four tires and wheels were allegedly stolen from a new vehicle at a Transit Road car dealership.

(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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