Dunkirk Police Department
Holly A. Taker, 38, of Middle Road was charged with passing through a red light on May 9.
A 16-year-old male of East Lake Road was charged with disorderly conduct on May 9.
A 16-year-old male of Ruggles Street was charged with disorderly conduct on May 9.
Fred J. McClelland, 61, of West Second Street was charged with criminal tampering on May 10.
Chanz M. Spencer, of East Second Street was charged with second-degree burglary and third-degree grand larceny on May 10.
Byron K. Oaks, 23, of South Ermine Street was charged with having driver's view obstructed, operating a motor vehicle without an interlock and second-degree aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle on May 12.
Luz E. Torres, 47, of Dunkirk was charged with having no registration on May 12.
Jeffrey B. Kane, 45, Grant Avenue was charged with fourth-degree criminal mischief.
Brandon L. Parker, 37, of Columbus Avenue was charged with failure to stop at a stop sign, second-degree and operating with no interlock on May 12.
A 16-year-old male of Maple Avenue was charged with unlawful possession of marijuana on May 13.
Jeffrey S. Herniman, 39, of Van Buren Road, Fredonia was charged with improper passing on May 14.
Jacfet Roldan, 25, of King Street was charged with not wearing a seat belt and unlicensed operation on May 13.
Donna A. Brown, 39, of Pike Street was charged with endangering the welfare of a child on May 15.
Juli A. Dickerson, 34, of East Ermine Street was charged with six counts of parking tickets, having a suspended registration, having no insurance and third-degree aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle on a warrant and third-degree aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle on May 16.
Juan G. Arrayed-Sot, 20, of Lake Shore Drive West was charged with unlicensed operation and no insurance on May 15.
Chautauqua County Sheriff's Office
Two people were removed from the county's most wanted list. Jessica Keeler, 20, of Jamestown was taken into custody near Pittsburgh on an outstanding warrant on May 5 and is to be removed from the most wanted list. Danny L. Willingham, 23, of Jamestown, was taken into custody on May 9 for violation of probation and is to be removed from the list.
North Collins Police
NORTH COLLINS - The North Collins Police Department responded to 42 calls during April. The department also issued 17 traffic tickets, including 13 tickets for speeding.
The police department did two community service details during April. They included a presentation to the North Collins senior citizen organization regarding the expired drug drop program. After this presentation, Jen Alessi presented a program on senior citizen frauds and scams.
North Collins Police Department joined with the Federal Drug Enforcement Agency in providing a collection center for expired and outdated medications. This program helps to avoid mishaps in expired medication use as well as eliminates medications deterring drug abuse by unauthorized users.
Two officers were assigned to this detail to collect these medications as well as to provide a pickup service to village and town residents who were not able to drop this medication at the police station.
This program appeared to be highly successful as 136 pounds of expired and unused medications as well as three boxes of old needles that were mean to be used for diabetic injections and allergic reaction injections. All collected drugs and needles were submitted to the DEA for disposal. Both of these community service details received a number of compliments and gratitude from the community.