Area police

Fredonia Police Department

¯ Stephany M. Navarro-Roldan, 27, no address given, was charged Nov. 14 with second degree burglary, first degree criminal contempt and second degree harassment.

¯ Four women were charged over a Nov. 15 incident. Aiedi Boril, 20, of Fredonia; Katherine Moz, no age given, of the Bronx; and Kaitlyn Downie, no age or address given, were all charged with second degree harassment. Alexandria Lamarie, 20, of Fredonia faces charges of second degree harassment, fake license and littering.

¯ Heidi DeJesus, no age given, of the Bronx was charged Nov. 16 with false license, false personation and obstructing governmental administration.

¯ Christopher Egan, 21, of Dix Hills was charged Nov. 16 with leaving the scene of an auto accident.

¯ April Benne, 40, of Dunkirk was charged Nov. 19 with petit larceny.

¯ Sonia Martinez, 70, of Dunkirk was charged Nov. 19 with leaving the scene of an auto accident.

¯ Daisy Schultz, 23, of Westfield was charged Nov. 19 with unlawful possession of marijuana.

¯ Tyler Pelsey, 18, of Depew was charged Nov. 21 with fifth degree criminal possession of stolen property.

¯ Peter Wykstra, 62, of Forestville was charged Nov. 21 with criminal contempt.

¯ Dylan Munson, 23, of Dunkirk was charged Nov. 26 with driving while intoxicated and failure to keep right.

Chautauqua County Police

≤ NORTH HARMONY — On Nov. 23 at around 10 p.m. Deputies stopped a vehicle on North Maple Street in the town of North Harmony for a lane violation. The vehicle was being operated by Allison L. Syper, 24, from Mayville. Further investigation allegedly revealed that Syper was in possession of a controlled substance and she was taken into custody. Syper was charged with seventh-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance and failure to keep right. She was issued appearance tickets and will answer her charges at a later date.

≤ BEMUS POINT — On Nov. 24 at around 11 p.m. Deputies responded to a complaint of a suspicious person outside a residence on Anderson Drive, Bemus Point. The female resident found an unknown subject walking around her home. The subject fled when confronted and the Sheriff’s office K9 Link was called to the scene. The K9 Link was deployed at the victim’s residence and ended at a residence on Carmen Drive. Deputies contacted the residence on Carmen and a male youth was identified as having left the residence. The youth was released into adult custody and the victim did not pursue any trespassing charges.

Westfield Police Department

On Thursday at about 2:18 p.m., Westfield Police conducted a traffic stop for an alleged speed violation. Upon stopping the vehicle, police identified the operator of the vehicle as Gary Billquist, 58, of Jamestown. After speaking with him, police determined that his New York state driving privileges were suspended.

Billquist was issued a citation for speed in zone and third-degree aggravated unlicensed operation. Billquist will appear in the village of Westfield court at a later date.

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