Erie County Sheriff's report for Feb. 10
• A Sheriff’s Deputy responded Feb. 1 to a report of a burned-out vehicle on Hare Road on the Cattaraugus Reservation.
According to authorities, it was determined the vehicle was reported stolen to the Salamanca Police Department.
Detectives from the Erie County Sheriff’s Office Fire Investigation Unit are investigating the incident.
• A single vehicle accident on Jan. 28 resulted in the driver suffering minor cuts after losing control of the white box truck he was driving, which came to rest on its side on Route 39 near Brown Street in Collins.
The driver signed off with first aid at the scene and refused medical transport.
• A Sheriff’s Deputy responded to a report of a National Grid vehicle that slid off Zoar Valley Road Feb. 1 and struck a guard rail.
No injuries were reported and the accident was weather related.
• A Pine Street, North Collins, resident reported to a Sheriff’s Deputy Jan. 29 that an unknown person(s) was using their identity.
The case was turned over to the Erie County Sheriff’s Detective Bureau for further investigation.
• A Sheriff’s Deputy responded to a Marshfield Road, North Collins, resident’s complaint Jan. 29 of a large gas leak near his residence between New Oregon Road and Route 75.
The fire department closed Marshfield Road down to traffic as National Fuel worked on the leak. National Grid shut the electricity off to the house while gas crews worked on the leak.
• A two-car accident Feb. 4 at Sisson Highway and Langford Road sent three people to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.
Both vehicles were towed from the scene.