Dunkirk Police Department
Anthony B. West, 35, of Maple Avenue was charged with fourth-degree criminal mischief on June 28.
Daniel A. Osorio-Perez, 34, of Leopard Street was charged with third-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance and third-degree criminal sale of a controlled substance on warrants and unlicensed operator on June 28.
Antonio J. Wahs, 25, of Maple Avenue was charged with two counts of third-degree criminal sale of a controlled substance on June 28.
A 16-year-old male of East Second Street was charged with second-degree harassment and forcible touching on June 29.
Pauline Burbee, 60, of Lakeview Avenue, Fredonia was charged with second-degree harassment and trespass on June 29.
Antonio G. Bautista-Lopez, 27, of Brant was charged with failure to keep right and driving while intoxicated on June 29.
Julio A. Martinez, 31, of Lake Shore Drive East was charged with second-degree harassment on June 29.
John H. Williams, 48, of Silver Creek was charged with failure to keep right, crossing the hazard markings and driving while intoxicated on June 30.
Justin McLaughlin, 18, of Jamestown was charged with petit larceny on June 30.
Kevin S. Catalano of Middle Road was charged with following too closely on June 30.
Salvador Agosto Jr., 32, of Ruggles Street was charged with violating the noise ordinance on June 30.
Terry Young-Copeland, 24, of Ruggles Street was charged with having an open container on July 1.
Christian M. Lamoreaux, 25, of Nevins Street was charged with failure to comply with a police officer on July 1.
Yalitza Nieves, 32, of South Beagle Street was charged with aggravated driving while intoxicated with a BAC of .18 percent or more on July 2.
Wilmer Soto-Irizarry, 26, of West Courtney Street was charged with speed not reasonable, unlicensed operator and having no insurance on July 2.
Chautauqua County Sheriff's Office
HANOVER On Monday, a Silver Creek resident was charged with driving while intoxicated and other charges in the Town of Hanover.
Around 1:10 a.m. deputies stopped a vehicle driven by Jamie N. Bellfy, 24, of Silver Creek, for failing to stop at a stop sign on Iola Dr. in the Town of Hanover. Upon investigation Bellfy was placed into custody for DWI. Bellfy was charged with failing to stop at a stop sign, DWI, and DWI per se .08 percent blood alcohol content or higher. Bellfy was released with tickets to appear in the Town of Hanover court at a later date.
HANOVER On Sunday, a Ransomville man was charged with unlicensed operator, aggravated DWI, unlawful possession of marijuana and open container in a motor vehicle.
Around 4 p.m., deputies observed a dark colored Jeep hit a barrier in the Sunset Bay Beach Club parking lot. Deputies identified the driver as Kenneth J Dillon, 26, of Ransomville. Dillion was alleged to be intoxicated, and placed under arrest for driving while intoxicated. A small quantity of marijuana was also found in the vehicle. He was issued appearance tickets and will appear in the Town of Hanover Court on a later date.
HANOVER On Sunday, a Cheektowaga man was charged with DWI after an accident in the Town of Hanover.
Around 5 p.m., deputies responded to Route 5 and 20 in the Town of Hanover for the report of a car accident. There was extensive damage to one of the vehicles and investigation into the accident resulted one of the drivers, Charles Pierce III, 40, of Cheektowaga, being charged with DWI and failure to yield the right of way.
Pierce was issued tickets and will answer the charges in the Town of Hanover court. There were no serious injuries and all parties refused EMS.
HANOVER On Sunday around 9:20 p.m., deputies on foot patrol in Sunset Bay observed Erik Newman, 19, of Cheektowaga, Kathryn Henry, 21, of Elma, and William Abel, 24, of Depew, to allegedly be in possession of open containers of alcoholic beverages.
All three subjects were issued appearance tickets for the violation of the Hanover local law and they will answer the charges in the Town of Hanover Court.
CLYMER On Wednesday, a Pittsburgh, Pa. man was charged with DWI and other charges.
Around 3:30 a.m. Chautauqua County Sheriff's Deputies were patrolling the Clymer area checking local businesses when deputies observed a vehicle straddling the fog line traveling at a slow speed on Route 474. The vehicle stopped and the driver exited the vehicle.
Sheriff's deputies approached the vehicle and known operator to see if any assistance was needed. Upon further investigation the operator of the vehicle, Mark F. Golebie, 51, of Pittsburgh Pa., was found to be operating his vehicle in an intoxicated condition.
A female passenger, who had previously exited the vehicle, was found walking in a nearby field. Golebie was charged with DWI, DWI per se blood alcohol content of .08 percent or greater and driving across hazard markings and will appear in the Town of Clymer Court at a later date. The female passenger was released to a third party.