Weekly Feature



2018-10-11 / Police Blotter

Machine catches on fire at Moog in Elma

East Aurora

Tuesday, Sept. 25

A man who found a debit card at a Main Street ATM turned the item over to the police.

Thursday, Sept. 27

Two people were taken to the hospital following a head-on collision at the intersection of Center Street and Blakeley Road. The accident occurred after a driver ran a stop sign at the intersection.

Saturday, Sept. 29

• A man was flying his drone on Kelly Drive when he had to make an emergency landing. When the drone landed, an unknown person picked up the drone and walked away with it.

Sheriff’s Report

Friday, Sept 28

Deputies were called to Route 400 for a car fire. The fire was extinguished and no one was hurt. Deputies received a call about a large bonfire on North Blossom Road. The fire was brought down to a reasonable size and those involved were advised on the New York State Burn Laws.

Saturday, Sept. 29

A driver on Transit Road

struck another car and fled the scene. A driver on Transit Road pulled out of a driveway and into the path of an oncoming vehicle. The driver was issued a summons.

Sunday, Sept. 30

A vehicle on Route 400 was damaged after being hit by a plastic tote that flew out of the bed of a pick up truck.

Tuesday, Oct. 2

One person was taken to Mercy Hospital with non-life threatening injuries following an accident on Route 400.

Wednesday, Oct. 3

A machine at Moog Inc. on Jamison Road caught on fire. The building was evacuated and the fire was extinguished. A vehicle was abandoned at the Jamison Road fire hall on Jamison Road.

(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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