Sheridan man served felony arrest warrants
SHERIDAN - On Sunday morning, Lee W. Seybold of 1865 Route 20 was served felony arrest warrants issued by the Town of Hanover Court. The charges were second-degree assault and aggravated criminal contempt. Each charge is a Class D felony.
The charges stemmed from an altercation involving Seybold and a victim for whom an order of protection from the Town of Hanover Court was current and valid. Seybold was arraigned in the Town of Hanover Court and committed to the Chautauqua County Jail without bail.
The Chautauqua County Sheriff's Office was assisted by the Silver Creek Police Department and the New York State Police.
Kaitlyn E. Brown, 19, of Commack was charged with having an open container, littering and unlawful possession of alcohol on Friday. At 9:49 p.m. she was observed on Temple Street with a bottle containing alcohol. She later threw this bottle on the ground. She was released on appearance ticket.
Travis R. Moulton, 19, of Hemingway Hall, SUNY Fredonia was charged with unlawful possession of alcohol and having an open container on Friday. At 11:41 p.m. he was observed on Central Avenue dumping a blue liquid from a water bottle. The liquid was alcohol. He was released on an appearance ticket.
Antoine C. Aronson, 21, of Bemus Point was charged with littering and having an open container on Friday. He was seen on the sidewalk of Day Street carrying an open container. He then entered the village hall rear parking lot and threw down his can. He was released on an appearance ticket.
Paul A. Swenson, 18, of Chautauqua Hall, SUNY Fredonia was charged with having an open container and unlawful possession of alcohol on Saturday. At 12:47 a.m. police were on foot patrol and observed Swenson carrying a beer while walking. He was released on an appearance ticket.
Anders S. Maybeck, 18, of Victor was charged with having an open container, littering and unlawful possession of alcohol on Friday. At 11:39 p.m. police observed Maybeck consuming a beer near Fredonia Food Mart and then drop the beer to the ground. He was released on $100 bail.
, 22, of Lewiston was charged with littering and having an open container and Sara A. Maiorana, 20, of Hamburg was charged with having an open container, unlawful possession of alcohol and littering on Friday. At 9:09 p.m. police observed and Maiorana standing on the sidewalk at 34 Forest Place with open containers. Both threw their beers to the ground and tried to walk away. Both females were released on $150 bail.
Sean Joseph Bellomo, 20, of Angola was charged with resisting arrest and disorderly conduct on Saturday. At 2:02 a.m. police were dispatched to 60 Day Street for a fight in progress. Bellomo attempted to flee from police. He was released on $100 bail.
Cassidy L. Calabro, 21, of Igoe Hall, SUNY Fredonia was charged with having an open container and unlawful possession of alcohol on Friday. At 10:56 p.m. police observed Calabro holding a beer on Center Street. She was released on an appearance ticket.
Nathan J. Swanson, 21, of Lakewood was charged with violating the sewer ordinance on Saturday. At 1:16 a.m. police observed him urinating on a sidewalk. He was released on an appearance ticket.
Steven R. Grabowski, 19, of Victor was charged with having an open container, unlawful possession of alcohol and littering on Friday. At 11:35 p.m. police observed him on Temple Street holding a beer. He was released on $100 bail.
State Police at Fredonia
SHERIDAN - On Saturday, Troopers charged Jacob Kuehn, 27, of Forestville, for driving while intoxicated on State Route 20 .
Kuehn was reportedly observed going over the fog line. He reportedly failed several field sobriety tests. He submitted to a chemical test and his blood alcohol content was reported to be .14 percent. He was issued traffic tickets for the Town of Sheridan court on May 24.
On Friday evening, troopers charged Steven Carter, Emily Shields and Thomas Jolly, all 18, of Jamestown with unlawful possession of alcohol under 21 following a traffic stop on Route 60 in the Town of Pomfret.
Troopers report Carter, the operator, threw refuse onto the highway.
In addition to alcohol Jolly was reportedly in possession of a small baggie of marijuana.
The three are to answer charges in the Town of Pomfret Court on May 1.
On Sunday morning at about 3 a.m., troopers charged Eddie Rosas Jr., 36, of Maple Avenue in Dunkirk for driving while intoxicated and seventh-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance.
Troopers reported that the vehicle Rosas was driving had no lit plate lamps.
Rosas submitted to a breath test that was reported to be .12 percent. He was also reportedly in possession of a small amount of cocaine and an open container of beer. He is to answer charges in the Town of Dunkirk Court May 14.
JAMESTOWN - On April 24, a Jamestown woman was jailed on several drug charges.
After an investigation by the Southern Tier Regional Drug Task Force, Jamestown police located Amber Arcadipane, 26, of James-town on an arrest warrant issued earlier in Jamestown Court. The task force alleges Arcadipane sold quantities of crack cocaine to task force agents. Arcadipane was charged with third-degree criminal possession and third-degree criminal sale of a controlled substance, both Class B felonies. She was arraigned in Jamestown City Court and committed to the Chautauqua County Jail pending further court action.
JAMESTOWN - On Thursday at 1:15 a.m., four adults were taken into custody on obstruction charges after police observed a suspicious vehicle westbound on East Second St.
When the officer turned around toward the vehicle, it attempted to elude the officer. The vehicle pulled into the Elks Club parking lot at 339 E. Fourth St. At that time, four of the five occupants fled the vehicle on foot while the officer gave them verbal commands to stop.
Two of the suspects, Alexander Jewell, 20, and Trenton Grant, 18, did return to the officer's location and were taken into custody. Two other suspects, Silk Spencer, 25, and Rasul Bonds, 24, did not return until it was apparent they could not clear a retaining wall. Spencer and Bonds returned to the officer's location. It is alleged Spencer refused to obey officer's commands and was physically restrained.
The keys to the vehicle and a quantity of crack cocaine were located near the location of the subjects. Jewell, Grant, Bond and Spencer were charged with obstructing governmental administration. Spencer was additionally charged with third-degree aggravated unlicensed operation. All suspects were jailed until arraignment.
JAMESTOWN A Jamestown man was jailed on cocaine charges.
Friday at 7 a.m., investigators from the Jamestown Police Department along with a Special Weapons and Tactics team executed a search warrant at 311 Monroe St. The warrant was obtained after a lengthy investigation alleged the address was being used for the illegal sale of cocaine.
A warrant was also obtained for the arrest of Xavier Suarez-Rivera, 25, of Jamestown, who was charged with third-degree criminal sale of a controlled substance.
Suarez-Rivera was taken into custody without incident and transported to the Jamestown City Jail pending arraignment.