Sherman residents charged after fight at Cooler Cafe
After an investigation, Barry Seekings, 52, and Stephanie Seekings, 41, both of 3464 Route 13 in Sherman were charged with second-degree harassment. It is alleged that the two went behind the bar and attacked the bartender and another individual. No injuries were sustained.
The Seekings were issued appearance tickets and will answer the charges in the Town of Sherman Court at a later date.
State police charge Cherry Creek man
In February, the New York State Police investigated a case in Cherry Creek where at least two vehicles had been broken into and several items had been stolen. One of the stolen items was a Western Field 12-gauge shotgun. After a lengthy investigation McGonagle was charged.
He is scheduled to appear in court to answer the charges.
Chautauqua County Sheriff's Office
At 8:58 p.m. deputies, along with the Clymer and Panama Fire Departments, responded to the report of a rollover crash on Clymer Center Road in Clymer.
Following an investigation, it is alleged Weitschat was operating a Ford Escort eastbound of Clymer Center Road when he drove onto the shoulder of the roadway, crossed both lanes of travel where his vehicle rolled over an embankment coming to rest on its roof in a gully.
Weitschat was transported to WCA Hospital by ambulance for treatment of injuries. The extent of his injuries were not fully known.
Weitschat's passenger, 18-year-old Sheldon Harper was able to walk away from the crash with only a scratch.
Deputies interviewed Weitschat at the hospital and he was arrested for DWI. Other charges will be filed at a later time as a result of the investigation.
Weitschat remained at WCA Hospital and will answer his charges in Clymer Town court.
At 11:50 p.m. deputies were on patrol on Allegany Road and observed the three males walking with open containers. Further investigation revealed the beverages allegedly contained alcohol.
All three were released on appearance tickets.
Upon investigation, it was alleged Wiechelt had harassed another individual and in doing so had violated a court mandate.
He was arraigned in Hanover Court and was remanded to the Chautauqua County Jail in lieu of bail.
At 9:15 a.m. deputies responded to a call for a lost child found wandering around on East Chautauqua Avenue. On arrival, the deputy identified the child and found the mother. It is alleged the child is not receiving adequate supervision. Dickey was released on an appearance ticket.
New York State Police
When troopers arrived, bar staff was cleaning up glass and blood inside the bar. Investigation revealed Hallett arrived at the bar in a party bus full of people just before closing. A number of people on the bus came into the bar and started to cause trouble, forcing the staff to kick them out and close.
After the doors were locked, Hallett started to hit the front window of the bar, eventually putting his right fist through it. He was treated at the scene by Leon VFD and taken to Lake Shore Hospital by a friend. He was processed at the Collins barracks and is due back in South Dayton Court.
Troopers responded to Cottage Road and Peck Hill after receiving a report of a car off the road. At the scene they spoke with a witness who identified Lezynski as the driver and said she ran off toward a seasonal home in the area.
Troopers located him at the home. He was processed at the Collins barracks with a reportable BAC of .17. Troopers arraigned him in Perrysburg Town court and he is due to return to court.
FALCONER - On July 22, Ronald Livk, 71, of Jamestown was charged with driving while intoxicated. He was pulled over on West Main Street for reportedly driving on the shoulder of a roadway.
He allegedly failed several field sobriety tests and was taken to WCA Hospital in Jamestown where he provided a blood sample to be tested for intoxication level.
Livk was processed in state police barracks in Jamestown, issued tickets returnable to the Town of Ellicott Court and released to a sober individual.
FALCONER - On July 21, Benjamin Gray, 21, of Sinclairville was charged with driving while intoxicated.
He was pulled over on West Main Street for a traffic violation, and after reportedly failing several field sobriety tests, transported to the state police barracks in Jamestown.
The breath sample he provided was reported to be .13 percent.
Gray was processed, issued tickets returnable to the Town of Ellicott Court and released to a sober individual.