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Body found in Cattaraugus County
A body was discovered in E Otto, Catt Co overnight by Catt Co and Erie Co sheriffs K9’s.@NiagaraSheriffresponded to process crime scene. Body to ECMC for autopsy and ID. No further comment until positive ID is made.— Jim Voutour (@SheriffVoutour)May 20, 2018
Police Reports 5/20/18: Olean man and Friendship man arrested in Pa. firearm case
At 6:30 p.m., Jason Mesler, 41, of Friendship and his nephew William Carpenter, 25, of Olean, were charged with unauthorized possession of a firearm, a third-degree felony in Pennsylvania; and Mesler was issued an additional charge of flight to avoid apprehension, also a third-degree felony.
Woman allegedly jumps on hood of car, lies in street, throws purse at cops
Jamestown Police were dispatched to Foote Avenue and Harrison Street at about 9:11 p.m. for a disorderly female blocking traffic. When they arrived, they saw Latasha M. Cooper, 30, of Jamestown, lying in the street, police said. As an officer tried to approach her, Cooper threw her purse at the offi
Allegany development looking up and moving forward
Frank DeFiore, chairman of the planning board, said the former DeSoto property on Route 417 is expected to be developed by Ellicott Development Co. of Buffalo.
Jamestown police say man used sword to damage property in domestic dispute
A 24-year-old man is awaiting arraignment on felony charges in Jamestown after laying waste to $2,150 worth of property with a three-foot metal sword, Jamestown police said.
Police reports 5/19/18: Olean man indicted on felony drug charges
OLEAN — An Olean man was picked up on felony drugs charges Thursday after the case was presented to a Cattaraugus County grand jury.The Olean Police Department announced Friday that Robert G. Rote, 26, of 610 ½ W. State St., Olean, was indicted on charges of fourth-degree criminal sale of a controll
Four arrested for crack cocaine in Buffalo Street raid in Olean
Tabitha Crawford,Desmond T. McCullough, (bottom row from left) Justin D. Boser and Yvette V. Valentin were all charged following a search of 1016 Buffalo St. Wednesday night. Police reported finding approximately one ounce of crack cocaine, as well as drug paraphernalia.Courtesy of Olean Police Depa
Schumer meets with Siemens CEO over Wellsville D-R plant
Siemens, the parent company of Dresser-Rand, announced in February it planned to sell the plant’s business services portfolio to Curtis-Wright and move commercial manufacturing to facilities to North Carolina and other Siemens facilities.
One person dies in fire at TPI plant in Arcade
ARCADE, N.Y. (WIVB) - - Arcade Police say a fire broke out Thursday at an industrial plant.The fire occurred at TPI on Route 98. The plant makes aluminum industrial castings.A 57-year-old employee succumbed to his injuries, police said. His name has not been released.
State & Union: Tick awareness critical to avoiding Lyme disease
May, the usual point of the year when deer ticks become most active for the season, is Lyme Disease Awareness Month, and while recorded infections are more prevalent in eastern New York and Pennsylvania, the pathogen that causes Lyme disease is found in ticks in our area.
Day of reflection for OPD
The names of Olean-area officers who’ve died through the years are read aloud, a prayer is held with the police chaplain, and officers current and retired eat some lunch and swap stories.
Bradford man to serve state prison time for robbery
Patrick M. Carpenter, 34, was sentenced Thursday in McKean County Court before President Judge John Pavlock to nine months to two years in state prison. Carpenter has credit for 72 days of time served.
State-record crappie caught in Cattaraugus County
As of Thursday, the new catch (listed as 4 pounds, 1-ounce on the DEC website at www.dec.ny.gov) makes Will Wightman of South Dayton the new record-holder with an 18.5-inch fish that hit a black marabou jig. He was fishing with 12-year-old Dylan Naples of South Dayton, who had caught a 3.65-pound c
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Cattaraugus County Court report: Salamanca man pleads guilty to sex abuse
Richard Smith, 37, of Salamanca, pleaded guilty Monday in Cattaraugus County Court to first-degree sex abuse, a class D felony. The plea satisfies a pending indictment.
Man surrenders to police after barricading himself in two-story apartment
FREDONIA, N.Y. (WKBW) - The Fredonia Police Department have arrested a man with felony arrest warrants after barricading himself in a two-story apartment.Police received information citing Walter S. Duprey was staying at the 100 block of Eagle Street in the Village of Fredonia.According to Fredonia
Update on the Fatal car crash in Steuben County
Michael D. Russell, 52, of Canisteo, was pronounced dead at the scene of the single car crash at the intersection of County Route 119 and Angel Rd., in the Town of Cameron.
Meth lab discovery leads to arrest of Gowanda woman
Sara Seeley, 29, who lives at the house on Frederick St., was arrested and charged with a felony county of unlawful meth manufacturing and other drug charges.
Salamanca grad, Kill Buck resident advances to second round of national vocal competition
Winners of the Classical Singer regional round at The Crane School of Music posed with the judges following the auditions. (From left): judges Nils Klykken, Margaret Chalker and Colleen Skull; vocalists Erik Tofte, Carly Lalone, Starletta Noll-Long, Kayla Kovacs and Amandine Madrigal.Submitted photo