Weekly Feature

2017-11-23 / Police Blotter

2-year-old opens car door after driver gets locked out

East Aurora

Wednesday, Nov. 8

Police stopped a driver after they said she ran through a red light at South Grove and Main streets. The driver, who police say smelled like alcohol, told the officer she was on her way to work. The woman was given a Breathalyzer and found to have a blood-alcohol level above the legal limit

Friday, Nov. 17

A Grover Road man contacted police after noticing several unauthorized purchases on his debit card, including a charge for pizza and a $40 charge for an all-you-can-eat Chinese buffet.

Sheriff’s Report

Friday, Nov. 10

Deputies and AAA were called to Pound Road for a child locked inside a vehicle. The child was not injured.

Two tires on a vehicle parked on Clinton Street were intentionally slashed by an unknown person.

Tuesday, Nov. 14

A landlord and tenant on Seneca Street were advised by deputies following a dispute.

Wednesday, Nov. 15

Two children were locked in a car on Main Street. The 2-year-old inside the car was able to unlock the car before deputies and AAA arrived.

A house on South Jerge Drive, along with a trailer belonging to a contractor, was egged by an unknown person. The homeowners told deputies they had a history of problems with the neighbors, and both parties were advised by deputies.

Two vehicles were damaged near a Transit Road restaurant.

Thursday, Nov. 16

A driver struck a guardrail and stop sign post at the Maple Street exit ramp from Route 400.

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