Weekly Feature



2018-03-08 / Police Blotter

East Aurora woman hospitalized following dog bite

East Aurora

Friday, Feb. 23

A woman driving on Oakwood Avenue told police someone threw an egg at her car, causing minor damage to the vehicle.

A Hillker Court man contacted police claiming his girlfriend trashed his apartment. The man said the girlfriend accused him of getting the bartender’s phone number while at an East Aurora restaurant and threw something at a window in the home, causing it to shatter. The man also claimed the girlfriend took his truck without his permission. The man’s girlfriend was later found at a convenience store in South Wales after a report she was driving erratically on Route 400. She was charged with driving with a suspended license. The case was eventually closed after both parties admitted they couldn’t recall specifics of the incident.

Saturday, Feb. 24

A Blakely Road resident was taken to Mercy Hospital after her corgi dog, “Benjamin,” bit her on the upper lip.

Tuesday, Feb. 27

An unknown person removed a mailbox from an Elm Street business.

A teen who was teaching a swimming lesson at East Aurora Middle School returned to the locker room to find his shoes, bag and car keys, all valued at $300, stolen from a locker. The teen was forced to have the car towed as he didn’t have a spare set of keys.

Sheriff’s Report

Friday, Feb. 23

A person on Clinton Street contacted deputies for help finding a lost cellphone. The phone was later located using an app installed on the phone.

Sunday, Feb. 25

A large branch fell on a car traveling down North Blossom Road. The driver was uninjured, and the car sustained minor damage.

Monday, Feb. 26

• A window on Transit Road was intentionally smashed by an unknown person.

Deputies say a burglar smashed a window and entered a business on Seneca Street.

Thursday, March 1

A driver was injured after driving off Bullis Road and striking an embankment.

A driver exiting Route 400 at Jamison Road was broadsided by an oncoming vehicle.

(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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