The following is a sampling of calls received by the Niagara County Sheriff's Office from the Wheatfield and Town of Niagara area between Aug. 15 and 21.
Monday, Aug. 15
•Niagara Falls Boulevard, Wheatfield, disabled vehicle. Trailer lost tire in road.
•2000 block of River Road, Wheatfield, intoxicated driver. Green GMC Jimmy involved.
•Recovery Road, Town of Niagara, sexual offense. Patrol investigated a report of two young children being sexually abused by an 8-year-old boy.
Tuesday, Aug. 16
•John Granville Drive, Wheatfield, domestic. Person threatening to kill everyone.
•3400 block of Lakewood Drive, Wheatfield, neighbor problem. Ongoing problem.
•2200 block of Cayuga Drive, Wheatfield, hit and run. Driver hit mailbox and left.
•2000 block of Deuro Drive, Wheatfield, criminal mischief. Car was keyed in parking lot overnight.
Wednesday, Aug. 17
•6400 block of Walmore Road, Wheatfield, accident. One-car rollover accident.
•Niagara Falls Boulevard, Wheatfield, reckless driver. Dump truck reported weaving and speeding.
Thursday, Aug. 18
•400 block of Crescent Drive, Wheatfield, criminal mischief. Solar light on post vandalized overnight.
•Goldfinch Court, Wheatfield, dog bite. Person bitten by neighbor's dog.
•2200 block of River Road, Wheatfield, check welfare. Young child left in car.
•Kreuger Road, Wheatfield, reckless driver. Someone in a red vehicle threw a bottle at the complainant's vehicle.
•Lockport Road, Town of Niagara, notification. Dead deer reported at side of road.
Saturday, Aug. 20
•2100 block of Lockport Road, Wheatfield, harassment. An SPCA employee refused a cat, and a suspect threw the cat at the complainant.
•2700 block of Homeyer Road Wheatfield, larceny. Wood taken from property.
•6800 block of Walmore Road, Wheatfield, larceny. Jewelry reported missing.
•Shawnee Road, Wheatfield, disturbing the peace. Large, loud house party reported.
Sunday, Aug. 21
•6700 block of Williams Road, Wheatfield, counterfeiting. Complainant received a fake $20 bill.
•100 block of Hird St., Wheatfield, reckless driver. A 10-year-old child was reported driving a Jeep up and down the road.