Arrest made, three sought in Catt County home invasion
One person has been charged and three others are sought in a home invasion in Cattaraugus County.
The New York State Police at Jamestown have arrested Anthony J. Eames, 26, with addresses in Elmira and Erin, NY and charged him with first-degree robbery. Eames was arrested Nov. 26 in the Elmira area following an investigation by the New York State Police in Horseheads, the New York State Police in Jamestown and the Elmira Police Department. The announcement was made Friday.
Anthony J. Eames
The Fredonia Police Department currently has an active arrest warrant for Tamika Hood for the larceny of a Salvation Army kettle that occurred at the Fredonia Walmart. According to the Salvation Army, Hood was a bell ringer on Saturday, Dec. 1. She is accused of stealing the red kettle at the end of her shift. It is estimated the red kettle could have had as much as $1,500 in it when it was taken.
Eames' arrest stems from his alleged involvement in a home invasion that occurred in the town of Conewango on Nov. 23 at approximately 1 a.m. The victim stated to police that four males entered his house, assaulted him and stole three rifles, one shotgun and a cell phone.
The description of the three other males involved in the home invasion are:
Male, black 6' 2" 230 lbs. large build with dreadlock style hair, six inches in length.
Male, black 5' 10 to 6' 170 lbs. medium build.
Male, black 5' 6" 150 lbs. thin build.
These subjects are believed to be from the Elmira area.
The investigation is continuing. If anyone has any information please contact the New York Sate Police at: (716) 665-3113 (State Police in Jamestown) or (607) 739-8797 (State Police in Horseheads).
Dunkirk Police Department
Cassandra D. Steward, 26, of King Street was charged with facilitating aggravated unlicensed operation on Dec. 5.
Elmer Salaman, 37, of Bronx was charged with second-degree aggravated unlicensed operation, two counts of failure to signal and second-degree criminal possession of a forged instrument on Dec. 5.