State police at Jamestown
GERRY - James Duncanson, 49, of Gerry was charged with fifth-degree criminal possession of stolen property Friday.
On June 9, a trooper responded to the report of a suspicious vehicle on Salisbury Road. When the driver, James Duncanson, 49, of Gerry was questioned, he reportedly stated that he was unloading firewood he had obtained from another location. The trooper later located the owner of the property from which the wood was removed. The owner stated he did not give permission to take the firewood.
Duncanson was processed at state police barracks in Jamestown and is scheduled to appear in the Town of Gerry Court at a later date.
FINDLEY LAKE - On June 18, Leslie Kopta, 39, of Findley Lake was charged with second-degree harassment.
Prior to the charge, a trooper responded to a residence for a report of a domestic dispute. Investigation revealed Kopta reportedly slapped the female victim several times, knocked her to the ground and kicked her.
Kopta was arraigned in the Town of Mina Court and remanded to the Chautauqua County Jail Friday.
JAMESTOWN - Andrew Jarrett of Lakewood was charged with driving while intoxicated.
Jarret was pulled over on East Second Street for a traffic violation and reportedly failed several field sobriety tests. He was transported to state police barracks in Jamestown where he provided a breath sample that was reported to be .15 percent.
Jarrett was processed, issued tickets returnable to the City of Jamestown Court and turned over to a sober individual.
ELLICOTT - Three Dunkirk men were charged with unlawful possession of marijuana Sunday after their vehicle was pulled over on Route 60 for reportedly driving erratically. When interviewing the driver, troopers reported smelling marijuana emanating from the vehicle. They conducted a search of the vehicle and the occupants.
They reportedly found Antonio Rivera, 24, in possession of 13-grams of marijuana, Carlos Serrano, 22, in possession of 10-grams of marijuana, and Javier Hernandez-Gonzalez in possession of two-grams of marijuana. Rivera and Hernandez-Gonzalez were released with appearance tickets.
Serrano was additionally charged as a fugitive from justice due to an active warrant for aggravated assault in Union County, N.J. Serrano was processed, arraigned in the Town of Ellicott Court and remanded to the Chautauqua County Jail.