NEW ALBION - The Cattaraugus County Sheriff's Office is investigating an accident that involved a Gowanda woman on April 6. Susan E. Korbar, 56, of Stafford Road, Gowanda was traveling south on State Route 353 when a vehicle driven by Dominick F. Drumsta Jr., 53, of East Concord failed to stop at a stop sign at the intersection of Leon Road and Route 353.
Korbar was flown to ECMC by Mercy Flight with unknown injuries and has been released. Drumsta was taken to Bertrand Chaffee Hospital and has been released. Drumsta's passenger, Linda S. Drumsta, 48, of East Concord was flown to ECMC by Mercy Flight with unknown injuries and is listed in critical condition. The investigation in ongoing.
Chautauqua County Sheriff's Office
WESTFIELD Two suspects were charged with burglary Wednesday, following an investigation.
In early March, cabins located on Belson, Pigeon and Douglas roads in the town of Westfield were broken into. Items were stolen and property was damaged at each location.
After an investigation, property including a shot gun, a compound bow and other small items were recovered. Sheriff's deputies obtained evidence at the scenes of the burglaries which helped identify the suspects, Garret Bowen, 19, and Jalen Matve, 18, both of Westfield.
Each was charged with three counts of second-degree burglary, two counts of third-degree felony criminal mischief, and one count of fourth degree grand larceny. The two were arraigned in the Town of Westfield Court and remanded to the Chautauqua County Jail in lieu of $20,000 cash and $40,000 property bail.
Jamestown Police Department
Three men have been charged following a narcotics investigation.
Earl L. Stone, 20, Allen B. Burnett, 21, and Terry J. Amerson, 18, all of Buffalo were charged with third-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance Thursday. At 3 p.m. Jamestown Police executed a search warrant at 509 Newland Ave. after information was obtained about illegal narcotic sales occurring at this address. The search yielded 21.8 grams of crack cocaine.
All subjects were taken into custody and transported to the city jail where they are being held for arraignment. Stone was wanted by New York State Parole and was considered to be armed and dangerous as a wanted fugitive.
The investigation is ongoing and more arrests are expected. Anyone who may have information regarding drug activity in their area can call the department's TIP line and leave an anonymous tip at 483-TIPS (4877).