Weekly Feature

2018-08-09 / Police Blotter

Argument leads to knocked-over beer

East Aurora

Sunday, July 29

An Olean Road resident said after getting into a fight with a neighbor, the neighbor walked up to the man’s home and knocked over his beer. The neighbor told police he was angry because the man had been swearing in front of his children.

Tuesday, July 31

A woman on Lewis Road told police a small, blue vehicle pulled into her driveway and a man exited the car. The woman said the man, who was accompanied by a woman, asked for a hose because his car was overheating. The homeowner said she did not see steam coming from the car and told the people to get off her property. Police said a similar complaint was reported on Darien Road in Colden around the same time.

Wednesday, Aug. 1

A Quaker Road woman contacted police after receiving a typed letter in the mail insulting her appearance and telling her to leave town. The woman believes it may be an old friend or her ex-fiance,

but cannot be sure if it was either.

Sunday, Aug. 5

A man told police another man started yelling at him in a bar on Main Street. He said the unknown man tried to punch him but instead poked him in the eye. The complainant then put the man in a choke hold. Police were not able to learn what caused the fight.

Sheriff’s Report

Saturday, July 28

Deputies were called to a home on Jamison Road for a report of loud music coming from a party. The homeowners were advised to turn down the music. Deputies helped a driver on Route 400 who had a flat tire.

Sunday, July 29

A package was taken from a home on Clinton Street. A driver abandoned a car and left the scene following an accident that occurred on Hall Road.

Wednesday, Aug. 1

Deputies responded to Bullis Road for a report of fraudulent charges made through the person’s checking account. Patrol was called to Queens Way for a report of unknown trouble. It was later discovered that a child was being disciplined, and

deputies determined that the child was being disciplined appropriately.

Thursday, Aug. 2

An argument between family members broke out in a home on Meadow Drive. All involved were advised by deputies.

(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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