Former Sinclairville trustee charged
A former trustee in the village of Sinclairville was recently charged.
Cynthia L. Goodwill, 46, of East Avenue, Sinclairville was charged with petit larceny. Goodwill allegedly took money belonging to the Sinclairville Fire Depart-ment while working a Bingo night on Dec. 14.
Goodwill was a village trustee up until March when she lost a re-election bid.
She was released on an appearance ticket for the Town of Charlotte Court at a later date.
Fredonia Police Department
Evan T. Johnson, 19, of Baldwinsville was charged with unlawful possession of alcohol under 21 on March 30. Police responded to a loud party complaint on Norton Place. Johnson was seen exiting with a water bottle filled with vodka. He was released on appearance tickets.
Justin D. Downey, 19, of Jamestown and Anthony M. Caputi, 18, of Jamestown were charged with violating the sewer ordinance on March 31. At 12:50 a.m. the pair were observed urinating on the south side of Darwin's Health Center. Both were released on $50 bail.
Joshua F. Moreno, 19, of Chautauqua Hall, SUNY Fredonia was charged with unlawful possession of alcohol under 21 on March 31. Police were called for a complaint of a loud party on Brigham Road at 12:54 a.m. Upon arrival, Moreno was observed with a beer. He was released on an appearance ticket.
Dawn D. Vento, 37, of Temple Street was charged with third-degree aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle on March 31. She was stopped on Bennett Road and found to have a suspended license. She was released on an appearance ticket.
Henry L. Smith, 26, of Grant Avenue was charged with a bench warrant on April 1. He was picked up by Dunkirk Police Department and transported to Fredonia Police. He was released on bail.
Skyelor A. Menard, 21, of East Main Street was charged with having an open container on April 1. Police observed Menard holding an open container at the corner of Water and Canadaway Streets at 1:03 a.m. Menard was released on an appearance ticket.
Aaron R. Brinkman, 27, of Meyers Road, Forestville was charged with disorderly conduct on April 1. At 2:17 a.m. police observed Brinkman coming out of Valentine's yelling and screaming and dressed in a fireman's uniform. He was asked to stop and when he refused to, he was charged. He was released on an appearance tickets.
David P. Calcaterra, 38, of Panama was charged with speeding and suspended registration on April 2. Police observed him traveling at a high rate of speed north on Porter Avenue. He was traveling 54 mph in a 30 mph zone. His registration was suspended due to an insurance lapse. He was released on an appearance ticket.
Edward Perez, 25, of King Street, Dunkirk was charged with petit larceny on April 3. At 1:10 p.m., Perez allegedly left the Dollar General store with unpaid merchandise. He was later apprehended near Route 60 and Vineyard Drive and due to his refusal of arrest was charged with resisting arrest. He was held pending arraignment.
Carlos Donayan Arroyo, 18, of East Second Street, Dunkirk was charged with fifth-degree criminal possession of stolen property on March 24. Arroyo allegedly sold a stolen phone to an area resident on Craig's List. The Fredonia Police Department picked up Arroyo when he tried to sell a laptop to the same individual. He was held on $250 bail.
Henry L. Hooten Jr., 23, of Woodrow Avenue, Dunkirk was charged with having no insurance and speeding on April 5 at 4 a.m. Police observed Hooten traveling on West Main Street doing 60 mph in a 30 mph zone. It was found his license was suspended. He was held on $500.
Chautauqua County Sheriff's Office
RIPLEY On Thursday around 3:15 p.m. Dale Reynolds, 72, of Burton Avenue, Ripley, was charged with second-degree criminal contempt. It is alleged Reynolds was standing in the Ripley Town Court before the presiding judge and became disorderly in the court room. It is also alleged Reynolds used foul language in a loud manner towards the judge. Reynolds was charged with criminal contempt, and taken to the Chautauqua County Jail on $2,000 bail.
HANOVER On Wednesday around 6:30 a.m., Michael Wisniewski Jr., 36, of Irving was charged with second-degree aggravated unlicensed operation and speeding in zone.
A vehicle operated by Wisniewski was stopped by a deputy on Alleghany Road in the Town of Hanover for allegedly speeding in the 55 mile per hour zone. Upon investigation, it was discovered his New York State license was revoked. Wisniewski was issued appearance tickets. Wisniewski will answer to the charges in the Town of Hanover court on a later date.
Robert Geddes, 29, of Cheektowaga was charged with third-degree criminal mischief on April 5. At approximately 5 a.m. deputies were called to 2606 Busti-Stillwater Road for a report of a disturbance. It was alleged Geddes was damaging property at the residence. Geddes was arraigned and committed to the Chautauqua County Jail.
Marcus Waterman, 26, of Gowanda was charged with aggravated driving while intoxicated per se .18 BAC or higher, driving while intoxicated common law and unsafe lane change on April 6. At 1:30 a.m. deputies observed a vehicle east bound on Route 5 and 20 move from its lane unsafely. Following a traffic stop, it was found Waterman was intoxicated. He was released on appearance tickets to appear in Hanover Town Court at a later date.