Man fights deputies following incident

Warren Jimerson

SENECA NATION – Erie County Sheriff Timothy B. Howard reports that deputies were called to a Sulphur Springs Road residence on the Seneca Nation of Indians Territory on Thursday evening for a domestic incident where female and a child were injured.

The suspect fled the scene by the time deputies arrived, but was later found at a nearby resident during another disturbance call.

While trying to take Warren Jimerson, 20, of Brant, into custody, he fought with deputies. The deputies subdued the subject and placed him into custody. Jimerson is charged with felony counts of burglary and robbery, as well as six different misdemeanor charges which include resisting arrest, two counts of endangering the welfare of a child, petit larceny, disobeying a court order, and assault. The defendant is also charged with a harassment violation.

The subject is remanded to the Erie County Holding Center without bail pending his arraignment

Chautauqua County Sheriff’s Office

¯ Steven Andrews, 53, of Brocton, was charged Thursday with driving while ability impaired by drugs, seventh-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance and move from lane unsafely following an early evening incident. The Chautauqua County Sheriff’s Office responded to the area of Route 5 near Wilbur Road in the town of Dunkirk for a report of a personal injury car accident. Deputies arrived on the scene and found Andrews operating the vehicle eastbound on Route 5 when he left the south side of the roadway and entered into a deep ditch. Andrews suffered minor injuries from the accident and was transported to Brooks Memorial Hospital for treatment. After investigation, sheriff’s determined Andrews was operating his vehicle while impaired by drugs. Andrews will appear at Dunkirk Town Court to answer the charges.