Chautauqua County Sheriff's Office
MAYVILLE - On July 28, a woman was charged with endangering the welfare of a child after a child was found wandering in the village.
Around 9:15 a.m., a sheriff's deputy responded to a call for a lost child that had been found on East Chautau-qua Avenue. On arrival, the deputy identified the child and found the mother. It is alleged the child is not receiving adequate supervision and upon further investigation, the mother of the child, Clarissa Dickey, 21, of Mayville, was charged with endangering the welfare of her child. She will appear in Town of Chautauqua Court.
BUSTI - On July 28, a Jamestown man was charged with disorderly conduct, criminal mischief and other charges after alleged disorderly conduct in roadway, police car and court.
At about 2:15 a.m. deputies responded to the area of 1136 Hoag Road in Harmony for a report of disorderly subjects. Upon arrival Mark E. Barnhart, 22, of Jamestown, was located in the middle of the roadway and alleged to be acting disorderly. He was taken into custody for disorderly conduct and transported to Busti Court for arraignment.
Once at the court, he began spitting on the windows, seats and floor of the patrol vehicle he was in then kicking at the windows and doors of the patrol vehicle. Barnhart caused damage to the rear door and was charged with third-degree criminal mischief and third degree criminal tampering.
While he was being removed from the patrol vehicle he began kicking at and fighting with officers, two Lakewood Busti police officers who were assisting. Two officers were kicked by Barnhart, who was charged with two additional counts of second-degree harassment. Barnhart was arraigned and committed to the county jail with bail set at $2,500.
CLYMER - On July 26, a Clymer man was hospital- ized after a vehicular acc- ident and charged with driving while intoxicated (DWI) and other charges.
Around 9 p.m., sheriffs deputies and the Clymer and Panama Fire Departments responded to a report of a single vehicle rollover crash on Clymer Center Road in the town of Clymer. Following the investigation, it is alleged Nicholas Weitschat, 22, of Clymer, was operating a vehicle eastbound on Clymer Center Road. Weitschat drove onto the shoulder of the roadway and crossed back across both lanes of travel when 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.
Weitschat's passenger, Sheldon Harper, 18, was able to walk away from the crash.
Deputies interviewed Weitschat at WCA Hospital and he was arrested for driving while intoxicated. Weitschat stayed at the hos-pital and will answer charges in Clymer Town Court.
HANOVER - On July 27, an Angola woman was charged with petit larceny after an investigation.
The sheriff's office conducted an investigation into stolen money at a local business on Route 5 and 20. Investigators, along with the victim's security division, found Leanne Maniscalco, 30, of Angola, had taken monies during her employment with the company.
HANOVER - An Irving man was charged Fri-day with disorderly conduct.
Around 8:35 p.m. deputies arrived on S. Shore Drive for a complaint of a disorderly male. Upon arrival deputies saw Philip Law, 46, of Irving, standing in the middle of the road, using loud abusive language. He was arrested for disorderly conduct.
HANOVER - On July 27, three men from Orchard Park and Blasdell were charged with open container. At 11:50 p.m. deputies were on patrol on Allegany Road when they saw three males walking to be in possession of open containers of alcohol. After further investigation it was alleged the beverages contained alcohol. Tarik Ali, 25, Shaun M. Piontkowski, 25, both of Blasdell and Cenz R. Mulini, 24, of Orchard Park, were issued appearance tickets and released.
HANOVER - On July 28, a Cheektowaga man was jailed for harassment and criminal contempt.
At 2:45 a.m., deputies were flagged down on Iola Drive. Upon investigation it was alleged Kyle Wiechelt, 42, of Cheektowaga, had harassed another individual and in doing so had violated a court mandate.
Wiechelt was arraigned in the Hanover Court on second-degree harassment and second-degree criminal contempt charges and was remanded to the Chautauqua County Jail in lieu of bail.
HANOVER - On July 29, a Buffalo man was charged with driving while intoxicated and refusal to take a breath test, move from lane unsafely, speed in zone.
Around 7:15 p.m., deputies stopped Brian Zubler, 30, of Buffalo, on Route 5 and 20 for allegedly speeding and an unsafe lane change. Investigation resulted in Zubler being arrested for DWI. Zubler refused to take a chemical test to determine his blood alcohol content and was arraigned and committed to the Chautau-qua County jail in lieu of bail.
CHAUTAUQUA - A Stockton woman was charged Monday with aggravated har-assment for allegedly sending a threatening text message.
Around 4:15 p.m., Angela M. Kellogg, 21, of Stockton was charged with second-degree aggravated harassment after an alleged incident on July 30 at 4;15 p.m.
MAYVILLE - The sheriff's office announced a person can be removed from the Chautauqua County wanted person program.
Robert D. Dillenburg, 44, of Dunkirk was wanted by the sheriff's office for violation of probation. On July 26, Dillenburg has turned himself in on his charges.
Dennis Ziegler, 67, of Cattaraugus was charged with second-degree harassment, disorderly conduct and resisting arrest July 9. Patrol responded to the Burger King parking lot at 8:30 p.m. for a suspicious male. Patrol arrived to find Ziegler, who appeared highly intoxicated. He was arraigned in Persia Court and remanded to Cattaraugus County Jail in lieu of $1,500 bail.
Kyle King, 21, of Bader Avenue was charged with fifth-degree criminal possession of stolen property on July 13. King had been previously arrested and when King failed to appear in court for this charge, a warrant for his arrest was issued by the Town of Persia Court. When King was released from the Erie County Holding Center on an unrelated charged, he was turned over to Gowanda Police. He was arraigned in Persia Court and remanded to the Cattaraugus County Jail in lieu of $5,000 bail.
Ellen Geiger, 32, of Park Street was charged with second-degree criminal mischief on July 13. Patrol responded to a report of vandalism at a Bader Street residence and was advised Geiger scraped the paint on the victim's vehicle with a key causing in excess of damage of $2,000.
Douglas R. Pasinski, 28, of Perry Street was charged with criminal impersonation and picked up on a warrant arrest on July 16. Patrol was notified by Fredonia Police of an arrest warrant stemming from a domestic incident. Pa-trol responded to Pasinski's residence at 9:35 p.m. where patrol discovered him hiding in a closer. Pasinski then provided patrol with a false name attempting to elude arrest. He was turned over to the Fredonia Police for their charges and received an appearance ticket for the Town of Collins Court for the impersonation charge.
Ray Silverheels, 25, of Lawtons was charged with second-degree governmental administration, unlawful possession of marijuana and resisting arrest on July 18. At 12:03 a.m. patrol responded to Mechanic Street for the report of a subject attempting to break into a parked vehicle. As patrol approached, Silverheels fled from this vehicle and led patrol on a foot chase through numerous backyards ignoring officers' instructions to stop. When Silverheels was caught by patrol, he was found to be in possession of a small amount of marijuana. He was released on an appearance ticket. Silverheels was also picked up on a parole warrant on July 25. Patrol located Silverheels and arrested him. He was arraigned in the Collins Court and then remanded to the Erie County Holding Center pending his parole violation hearing.
Sterling S. Doctor, 21, of North Chapel Street was charged with operating without a helmet, second-degree fleeing an officer in a vehicle, reckless operation, failure to stop at a stop sign, aggravated unlicensed operation, unregistered vehicle and operating an uninsured vehicle on July 22. At 12:04 p.m. police observed Doctor operating an ATV on North Chapel Street without a helmet or registration. When patrol attempted to stop him, Doctor refused to stop leading patrol on a vehicle chase with speeds in excess of 60 mph. Doctor was stopped at the end of Panther Drive and found to have a suspended license from 2009 and operating an unregistered vehicle that was not insured. Doctor was arraigned in the Town of Persia Court and was remanded to the Cattaraugus County Jail in lieu of $1,500 bail.
Daniel J. Zamborik, 46, of Carroll was charged with third-degree aggravated unlicensed operation and not wearing a seat belt on July 24. During routine patrol on Buffalo Street, patrol observed Zamborik operating a vehicle without a seat belt on Buffalo Street. During the traffic stop, a DMV computer check revealed Zamborik's license was suspended in 2011.