Drug dealer allegedly caught in the act
On Thursday morning, Jamestown police and agents of the U.S. Marshals Office Violent Fugitive Task Force arrested a Buffalo man who was allegedly engaging in a drug transaction with a Jamestown man.
Around 11 a.m., investigators responded to 36 Fairmount Ave. in Jamestown after receiving information that Andrew Garner, 32, of Buffalo, was at the location.
A federal arrest warrant for Garner was issued by the U.S. District Court after Garner reportedly violated the terms of federal probation.
Garner was found inside the residence with Alex Oliveras, 22, of Jamestown. It is alleged the two were engaged in a drug transaction when agents entered the home. A half ounce of powder cocaine and a quantity of cash were located with the subjects.
Both subjects were taken into custody and transported to the city jail to await arraignment.
Westfield Police Department
An 18-year-old Westfield male was charged with trespass on June 13. At 7:30 p.m. police responded to a trespass complaint at a local business. According to the complainant and police, the suspect has been warned several times to stay off the property. The male is to appear in Village of Westfield Court at a later date.
Julia M. Rummings, 31, of Ripley was charged with disorderly conduct on June 18. At 4:30 p.m. police officers were dispatched to the area of 6 Washington St. for a disorderly person. Upon arrival, Rummings was allegedly using obscenities in the roadway which reportedly alarmed citizens who were in the area. She is to appear in Village of Westfield Court at a later date.
Christian A. Chaparro, 25, of Mayville was charged with three counts of seventh-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance, unlawful possession of marijuana and possession of a controlled substance outside of the original container on June 22. At 5:35 a.m. police responded to Academy Street for the report of a male lying on the side of the road unresponsive. On arrival, officers observed Chaparro who was allegedly tired and passed out on the side of the road. Also during this investigation, Chaparro was found to be in possession of cocaine, ecstasy, vicodin pills and marijuana. He was arraigned in the Village of Westfield Court and was remanded to the Chautauqua County Jail.
Jared A. Duckwall, 31, of Randolph was charged with having inadequate brake lights, third-degree aggravated unlicensed operation and unlicensed operator on June 23. At 12:26 a.m. Westfield Police observed a vehicle with only one working brake light and performed a traffic stop at Pearl Street and East Main Street. During the traffic stop, it was found that Duckwall had a suspended license and that his license was also expired. He is to appear in Village of Westfield Court at a later date.
Leanne J. Dowdall, 25, of Mayville was charged with criminally possessing a hypodermic instrument, two counts of criminal possession of a controlled substance, two counts of possession of a controlled substance outside original container, unregistered motor vehicle, improper use of plates, swinging plates and less than two lighted tail lights on June 24. At 2:44 a.m. police officers were on patrol on East Main Street when they observed a vehicle with only one lit tail lamp. Upon further investigation, it was found the license plate was improper for the vehicle and the vehicle was unregistered. During the traffic stop, officers observed multiple pills in plain view that were spilled in front of officers by Dowdall. Officers determined the pills were controlled substance which Dowdall did not have a prescription for. Dowdall was also found to be in possession of multiple hypodermic needles. She is to appear in Village of Westfield Court at a later date.
Chaz T. Clutter, 20, of Cass Street was charged with second-degree obstructing governmental administration on June 24. At 2:46 a.m. Westfield Police were investigating a suspicious situation on East Main Street and were interviewing two males. One of the males being questioned was Clutter who ran on foot away from officers. After a brief foot chase, Clutter was taken in to custody. He was released and is to appear in Village of Westfield Court at a later date.
Kenneth J. Kimmy, 42, was charged on a bench warrant for third-degree aggravated unlicensed operation and unlicensed operator on June 25. At 1:34 a.m. Chautauqua County Sheriff's deputies came in to contact with Kimmy in Clymer. Kimmy had an active bench warrant out of the village of Westfield for vehicle and traffic charges. Kimmy was placed in to custody and turned over to Westfield Police and arraigned. He was unable to post bail and was sent to Chautauqua County Jail.
A 16-year-old male of Pleasant Avenue was charged with violating the curfew on June 23. At 12:22 a.m. Westfield Police observed a male walking on Pleasant Avenue. This male has been warned previously about being out past curfew. He was released on an appearance ticket and is to appear in Westfield Village Court at a later date.
Andrew J. Barry, 24, of Sinclairville was charged with driving while intoxicated and failure to keep right on June 26. At 2:24 a.m. Westfield Police were on patrol on North Portage Street when an officer observed a south bound vehicle cross the yellow lines of the roadway multiple times. Upon further investigation, Barry was found to be operating the vehicle and was allegedly intoxicated. Barry was released on an appearance ticket for Village of Westfield Court.
Mark K. Holland Jr., 32, of North Carolina was charged with third-degree aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle and speeding on June 27. At 5:48 a.m. police stopped a vehicle operated by Holland on North Portage Street. Upon investigation, it was found that Holland's driving privileges in New York state had been suspended. Holland was released on an appearance ticket for Village of Westfield Court.
Chautauqua County Court
George F. Guild, 22, of 18 Birch St., Kennedy, was sentenced to three years probation for his guilty plea to petit larceny.
Dale Harmon, 56, of 50 Metcalf Ave., Celeron, was sentenced to three years probation for endangering the welfare of a child.