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Police: Man charged with robbing Town of Ellicott bank after attempting to rob Jamestown gas station
Albert L. Chapman, 34, was charged with first degree robbery, third degree robbery, and third degree criminal possession of a weapon.
Police reports 6/23/18: Two charged after police find meth, pills, marijuana
Two residents of the home, Laurie Newcomb, 41, and Jeremy Steves, 38, were charged with one count each of fifth-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance, a class D felony, and second-degree criminally using drug paraphernalia, a class A misdemeanor.
Three charged with manufacturing meth in Pomfret
On Wednesday at about 11 p.m. the Southern Tier Regional Drug Task Force and the Chautauqua County Sheriff’s Office responded to a complaint of subjects trespassing in a residence at 5251 Webster Road. Upon arrival at the residence, officers located and detained Jessica Rumsey, 40, and Andrew Lindst
Some children separated at border are in Pa., police killings strain entire black communities June 22 | Morning Newsletter
Good morning everyone, it’s Friday and the weekend is nearly upon us. President Trump’s latest move to end his own administration’s policy of forcibly separating families at the U.S. border still raises questions as to what happens to the children who’ve already been separated from their parents. A
4:48 P.M.: City Man Pleads Guilty To Federal Drug Charges
Juan Pacheco Jr., 36, of Jamestown pleaded guilty before U.S. District Judge Lawrence J. Vilardo to conspiracy to distribute five kilograms or more of cocaine, 500 grams or more of methamphetamine and marijuana. The charge carries a mandatory minimum penalty of 20 years in prison, a maximum of life,
Blotter file includes theft, drug charges
•Paige Nicol Sweitzer, 19, of Conneaut Lakewaived her right to a preliminary hearing June 12 before Magisterial District Judge Amy Nicols on charges of possession of a controlled substance, possession and/or use of drug paraphernalia, two counts of driving under the influence of a controlled substan
UPMC WCA Chautauqua President, Board Highlights 2017 Successes During Thursday Presentation
JAMESTOWN –UPMC WCA Chautauquaheld its 23rd Annual Meeting of the Corporations Thursday morning, with hospital president Betsy Wright, president along with members of the board offering a recap of the past year’s accomplishments and financial summary.
Police Seek Community Bank Robber
After leaving the branch, located at 1982 E. Main St., the man walked on foot toward the Red Roof Inn behind the bank.
Guilty Plea Brings End To Historic Narcotics Case
Pacheco is facing a minimum sentence of 20 years in prison, with a maximum of life, and a $10 million fine when he is sentenced by Vilardo on Oct. 31 in Buffalo.
Westfield man charged in domestic dispute, choking
Westfield police say Frank Riscili of 13 Lake St. was charged Wednesday evening with second-degree harassment, criminal obstruction of breathing or blood circulation and endangering the welfare of a child after an incident around 8 p.m. After an investigation, officers allege Riscili got involved in
11:30 AM: Trio Charged After Meth-Making Items Found
Charged were 40-year-old Jessica Rumsey of Fredonia, 25-year-old Andrew M. Lindstrom of Fredonia and 29-year-old Tyler A Jaynes of Silver Creek after deputies with the Chautauqua County Sheriff’s Office responded around 11 p.m. Wednesday to a tip of three people trespassing at 5251 Webster Road in P
Bush Industries Finds New Owner
According to thePost-Journal, private equity firmLorraine Capitalfrom Buffalo recently acquired the furniture manufacturer and distributor based in Jamestown. Lorraine plans on investing more capital into Bush Industries, which has seen significant sales growth and plans to offer 10 new positions in
12:50 PM: Man Linked To Bank Robbery Nabbed In Kwik Fill Hold Up
On Friday, police announced they were looking for the driver of a dark-colored sport utility vehicle involved in the Ellicott bank robbery. In a press release, police said the vehicle was used to transport Chapman to and from the bank before heading to a location in Jamestown.
12:45 PM: Bank Robbery Reported In Falconer
The robbery occurred at Community Bank, NA, located at 1982 East Main St. The area was quickly cordoned off to the public, and police began searching for the suspect.
Mayville man arrested following foot chase
This morning around 3:40 a.m., Chautauqua County Sheriff deputies located a male on Valley Street in the village of Mayville. The male identified himself as Tyler N Tedesco, 22, of Valley Street and upon investigation he was found to have an active warrant for criminal mischief out of the city of Ja
67-year-old woman struck by vehicle while walking across the street, now in critical condition
Around seven o'clock this morning, a 67-year old woman was walking in the 2500 block of West 12th Street, attempting to cross the road when she was struck by a black Nissan Altima driven by 47-year-old Angel Burgos of Millcreek Township. The victim was transported via ambulance to an Erie hospital
More than a Dozen Charged in ‘Operation Meltdown’ Federal Methamphetamine Bust
JAMESTOWN – A joint effort by local, state, and federal authorities has led to the arrest of 18 individuals involved with allegedly trafficking and selling methamphetamine.
Dunkirk Woman Acquitted of Murder Sentenced to 6 Years in Prison on Illegal Weapon Conviction
MAYVILLE – The Dunkirk Woman who was found not guilty of murdering her boyfriend last summer will still have to spend time in prison on an illegal weapon possession charge.Chautauqua County District AttorneyPatrick Swansonsaid 29-year-oldRebecca Ruizwas sentenced Tuesday in County Court to a 6 years
16 busted for drug trafficking in Jamestown
Federal, state, and Jamestown law enforcement agencies have been investigating them since November of 2017. They intercepted a package containing more than 2 pounds of meth. Postal investigators say the drug was sent to California from Mexico, repackaged and sent to Jamestown.
Lots of small walleye reported
On Monday afternoon, members of the tournament committee selected, by random draw, the“Sponsor Days.”This clever idea should cut back on those who may try to bend the rules. There were two sponsor prizes on each of the weekend events. As of press time the winners of the tournament have not been yet