Second man charged
at JN Adam
PERRYSBURG - On Thursday, troopers completed their investigation into the burglary of the abandoned JN Adam property that took place on the morning of Oct. 27.
Mark Dzieiski, 28, of Ellicott Road in Brocton was charged with third-degree burglary, fourth-degree criminal mischief and possession of burglar tools. He turned himself into troopers after it was determined he was the second individual involved in the incident.
Previously, Russell Balles, 33, of Prospect Street in Jamestown had been charged with third-degree burglary and possession of burglar tools.
Dzieiski was processed at state police barracks in Collins. He is scheduled for Perrysburg Town Court next month.
Six teens involved in underage possession of alcohol
POLAND - Sunday at 1:30 a.m., a Chautauqua County sheriff's patrol stopped a vehicle on Poland Center Road after it was observed to be impeding traffic on Route 394.
The operator of the vehicle was an unlicensed 15-year-old male. There were five other persons in the vehicle. Deputies reported noticing a strong smell of marijuana in the vehicle as well as a quantity of beer and several open containers of alcohol.
The operator and a 15-year-old female passenger were turned over to family members.
Tyler L. Griffin, 18; Ryan A. Brown, 18; and Vicki Ciszkowski, 16; all of Randolph and Brent A. Robbins, 19, of Kennedy were all cited for unlawful possession of alcohol under 21 years old. Brown was reportedly in possession of a small quantity of marijuana and was additionally charged with unlawful possession of marijuana.
All of the the subjects will additionally be issued traffic tickets for possession of open containers of alcohol in the vehicle. The four were released with appearance tickets and will appear in Poland Town Court at a later date.
State Police at Collins
PERRYSBURG - On Oct. 28, troopers charged Jeffrey Halftown, 52, of Brant Reservation Road in Irving with felony aggravated driving while intoxicated.
Halftown was driving on Eaton Road when he was stopped for a reported equipment violation. He reportedly failed roadside sobriety tests and was processed at state police barracks in Collins. His blood alcohol content was reported to be .21 percent.
Halftown is due in Perrysburg Town Court later this month. The Seneca Nation of Indians Marshals assisted troopers with the incident.
On Oct. 28, troopers charged Robert McClain II, 34, of State Route 39 in Collins Center for fourth-degree criminal mischief, petit larceny, and unlawful possession of marijuana following a domestic incident on Oct. 24.
McClain was reportedly involved in a verbal dispute with his wife at their home. When his wife left to calm the situation, McClain reportedly damaged the base of a television, ripped some of her jeans and then left with clothes that were in their car.
When troopers caught up with McClain during a traffic stop on Oct. 28, he was reportedly in possession of about 9 grams of marijuana.
He was processed at state police barracks in Collins and is due in Collins Town Court later this month.
On Friday, troopers charged Tamara Turner, 35, of Arnold Street in Buffalo for third-degree grand larceny, first-degree offering a false instrument for filing and nine counts of first-degree falsifying business records.
A joint investigation with the New York State Department of Labor alleged that from July to December 2011, Turner received about $4,500 in unemployment insurance benefits while she was employed by a company in Kenmore.
Turner was processed at state police barracks in Collins and is due in Buffalo City Court later this month.
VERSAILLES - On Friday, troopers charged Jason Marr, 42, of Main Street in Silver Creek for second-degree aggravated harassment, following an unwanted guest complaint on Burning Springs Road.
Troopers responded to the call and found that Marr had left prior to their arrival. According to the investigation, Marr had been sending threatening text messages to his ex-girlfriend. He returned to the scene and was charged.
He was processed at state police headquarters in Collins, and is scheduled for Perrysburg Town Court later this month. The Seneca Nation of Indians Marshals assisted troopers at the scene.