ERIE COUNTY SHERIFF’S PATROL LOG FOR NEWSTEAD AND AKRON FOR THE WEEK OF 07/26/20 TO 08/01/20
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First Aid responded to Westgate Ave for a lift assist.
Police assisted with a trespass complaint on Parkview Dr.
Police assisted with a neighbor dispute on Kibler Ave.
Police received a 911 hang up call on Crescent Dr. It was a misdial.
First Aid responded to Saratoga La.
A concerned motorist reported a vehicle traveling recklessly on Main Rd. The vehicle was gone prior arrival.
First Aid responded to Knapp Rd for a male passed out.
Deputies responded to a report of a disturbance on Laurel St. No charges were filed.
Police conducted a welfare check on Maple Rd.
First Aid responded to Ice Cream Pl for a male with high blood pressure.
A concerned motorist reported a vehicle leaving the reservation with 2 people arguing in it. Police checked the area and were unable to locate the vehicle.
Police assisted with a property dispute on Cummings Rd.
ERIE COUNTY SHERIFF’S PATROL LOG FOR NEWSTEAD AND AKRON FOR THE WEEK OF 07/19/20 TO 07/25/20
First Aid responded to Pearl Street.
A burglar alarm was activated on Main Rd. It was a false alarm.
The Fire Department responded to Theodore Rd for a tree on fire from a lightning strike.
Police took a criminal mischief report for damage to a car window.
First Aid responded to Main Rd for a medical alarm activation.
A burglar alarm was activated on Golden Pond Pk. It was set off in error.
Police responded to a two car motor vehicle accident on Buell St. Minor injuries were reported.
First Aid responded to Cedar St for a male with back pain.
First Aid responded to Danita Dr for a medical alarm activation.
First Aid responded to Swift Mills Rd.
Police assisted with a trespass complaint on Laurel St.
Police conducted a welfare check on Westgate Ave.
First Aid responded to Mill St.
Police assisted with a harassment complaint on Aspen St.
Police assisted with a landlord tenant dispute on Spruce St.
Police responded to a disturbance on Eckerson Ave.
A burglar alarm was activated on Stoneridge La. It was a false alarm.
A 911 hang up call was received on Buell St. It was a misdial.
A burglar alarm was activated on Dye Rd. It was set off in error.
First Aid responded to Golden Pond Est for a female with a head injury.
First Aid responded to Cummings Rd.
First Aid responded to Saratoga La.
WIDESPREAD SUPPORT FOR PUBLIC DEFENDER WHO’S CAREER HAS BEEN DEFINED BY HER ADVOCACY FOR CHILDREN, THE ELDERLY, AND THE UNDERPRIVILEGED
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
Akron, NY— Newstead Town Board candidate Patricia Pope has made it official after receiving the official nomination from the Republican and Independence Parties. She is joined on the ticket by the Hon. Dennis Freeman, someone that has selflessly served the Akron-Newstead community for over 25 years. Judge Freeman has received bipartisan support across the board and will not have an opponent this year.
A vacancy on the Town Board was created when former Town Councilman and local entrepreneur and community activist Jeannine Morlacci resigned from her post earlier this year. The interview process brought the
town many great candidates and left local leaders with some tough decisions to make. The Newstead Republican Committee voted and nominated Patricia Pope to be the Republican candidate for Town Board. She secured the Independence Party nomination shortly thereafter.
Patricia Pope is an assistant public defender for the Orlean’s County Public Defender’s Office and has had a private law practice based out of Akron for the last 14 years that is primarily focused on representing children in
Family Court proceedings and parents in adoption proceedings. Patty is also an advocacy volunteer and support group facilitator for the Alzheimers Association and an ombudsman in the NYS Long Term Care Facility Program. Last year she received the 2019 Volunteer of the Year Award.
“I am looking to use my skill set to serve the community and I believe that a position on the Town Board would be a perfect opportunity,” said Pope. “My experience advocating for children, the elderly, and underprivileged
has provided me with strong communication skills and the ability to work out agreements under the most challenging of circumstances. Most importantly, I am passionate about helping people and am enthusiastic about the opportunity to serve the community.”
Find out more by visiting Patty’s Facebook page @ Patricia Pope for Newstead Town Board