Chautauqua County Court
MAYVILLE - District Attorney David W. Foley announced the following pleas and sentences in Chautauqua County Court:
n Marlo Carter, 25, of South Main St., Dunkirk, was sentenced to six years in prison and three years post-release supervision for third-degree criminal sale of a controlled substance.
n Raymond Santiago, 24, of Middle Road, Dunkirk, was sentenced to 1 1/3 to four years in prison for third-degree rape concurrent with 1 2/3 to five years in prison for fourth-degree criminal sale of a controlled substance.
n Phillip J. Clark, 19, of Spring Street, Jamestown, was sentenced to one to three years in prison for third-degree criminal possession of a weapon.
n Shawn M. Johnson, 23, of Newland Avenue, Jamestown, was sentenced to six months in jail and five years probation for fourth-degree grand larceny.
n Carmen Figueroa, 41, of Maple Avenue, Dunkirk, was sentenced to 90 days in jail and five years probation for fourth-degree criminal sale of a controlled substance.
n Isaac J. Miller, 39, of Railroad Avenue, Cherry Creek, was sentenced to five years probation and a $1,500 fine for felony driving while intoxicated.
Hanover Town Court
n Joseph J. Paternostro, 24, of Buffalo, was convicted of driving while intoxicated. He was fined $690 and his license was revoked for six months.
n Gregg A. Schaper, 46, of West Seneca, was convicted of boating while intoxicated. He was fined $300 and suspended from operating a boat for six months.
n Gerry J. Wick, 45, of West Seneca, was convicted of driving while ability impaired. He was fined $580 and his license was suspended for 90 days. He is also required to attend a drinking and driving program.
Silver Creek Village Court
n Katie Clement, 16, of Fredonia, pleaded guilty to a curfew violation and was fined $50.
n Christopher Demarie, 26, of Main Street, pleaded guilty to dog at large and was fined $25.
n Mirranda Downey, 16, of Forestville, pleaded guilty to violating park hours and was fined $50. She also pleaded guilty to a curfew violation and was fined $50.
n Timothy S. Griffith II, 22, of Dunkirk, was arraigned on a charge of second-degree harassment. His case was adjourned to Sept. 3.
n Andrew D. Kehrer, 43, of Oliver Place, pleaded guilty to dog at large and was fined $25.
n Loren J. Montour, 23, of Irving, pleaded guilty to possession of marijuana and was fined $175.
n David N. Payne II, 45, of Rumsey Street, pleaded guilty to littering and was fined $25. He also pleaded guilty to hitchhiking and was fined $50.
n Chelsea Richter, 18, of Forestville, was arraigned on a charge of possession of marijuana. Her case was adjourned to Sept. 3.
n Brianna Snow, 16, of Dunkirk, pleaded guilty to a curfew violation and was fined $50.
Chautauqua County Sheriff's Office
n HANOVER - Deborah L. Ostrye, 38, of Waterman Road, Forestville, was charged Monday with driving while intoxicated and having .08 percent or more blood alcohol content.
She also was charged with failure to yield the right of way when entering a roadway, leaving the scene of a personal injury accident and unsafe tires.
Deputies called to the scene of an accident on Route 5&20 found one vehicle in the roadway.
According to Amy Stowell, 21, of Spears Road, Silver Creek and her passengers, Kenneth Merced, 20, of Silver Creek and Brittany Dunshie, 19, of Silver Creek, the other vehicle was a mini-van driven by a female who had pulled out of Primo's Restaurant in front of Stowell's vehicle.
The Stowell vehicle collided with the mini-van which stopped then continued up Beebe Road.
A State Police officer located the mini-van with driver's side damage at a residence on Beebe Road.
Ostrye told the officer she was driving when the accident occurred, but didn't know what to do so she went to the Beebe Road residence.
The investigation led to her arrest and she was issued appearance tickets for Hanover Town Court.
n FRENCH CREEK - Seven people were injured Tuesday in a two-vehicle accident at the intersection of Ravlin Hill Road and Redding Road.
Deputies said Bruce Johnson, 77, of Forest Avenue, Jamestown had stopped at the intersection but apparently did not see a vehicle operated by Jack Seekings, 21, of Clymer.
Johnson pulled out into the path of the Seekings vehicle.
Seekings and his passenger, Cody Reading, 16, of Clymer were treated at the scene for minor injuries.
Johnson was transported by Starflight to Hamot Medical Center in Erie, Pa.
Passengers in the Johnson vehicle who were injured included Robert Erickson, 74, transported by ambulance to Hamot; Francis Palmer, 65, and Anthony Tuccio, 84, both of Jamestown, were taken by ambulance to WCA Hospital.
None of the injuries appears to be life-threatening, officers said.
The investigation is continuing.
n BROCTON - John M. Chabuel, 44, of Greenbush Street, Brocton, was charged Tuesday with third-degree assault.
Deputies said he allegedly assaulted a female at his residence on Aug. 15, after she tried to leave, following an argument between the two.
The victim told officers Chabuel threw her to the floor and punched her numerous times in the head, arms and legs,
He also allegedly pulled the telephone from the wall when she attempted to call the sheriff's department.
She finally managed to leave the residence and placed charges against Chabuel four days later.
He is to answer the charge in Brocton Village Court.
n MAYVILLE - Tye A. Kenny, 24, of Westfield and Andrew J. Pavlock, 29, of Falconer were featured on the Chautauqua County Wanted Persons list.
Kenny was wanted on a Family Court warrant and Pavlock was wanted for violating probation on burglary charges.
Kenny was arrested by Westfield Police and Pavlock was taken into custody by Lakewood Police.
Both are currently being held in Chautauqua County Jail to await arraignment in county court.
The names of both men have been removed from the wanted list.
n Fanny Harvey, 62, of Dunkirk was charged with first-degree offering a false instrument for filing and misuse of food stamps.
She allegedly failed to report employment to social services and also submitted a false document.
This led to her receiving $518 in food stamps she was not entitled to.
The charges are to be answered in Dunkirk City Court.
n Patrick M. Stanbro, 25, of Gowanda was picked up Aug. 15 on a probation warrant issued by the town of Yorkshire. Stanbro was turned over to the Cattaraugus County Sheriff's Office for transport to Yorkshire.
n Karla F. Hahn, 36, of Gowanda was charged Aug. 15 with second-degree harassment after patrol received a complaint that she allegedly struck someone in the face. A statement was taken from the victim and Hahn was released on an appearance ticket to Collins Town Court.
n Travis J. Eaton, 25, of Forestville was picked up Aug. 16 on an active warrant. He was arraigned in Persia Town Court and transported to Cattaraugus County Jail in lieu of bail.
Southern Tier Regional Drug Task Force
n JAMESTOWN - Bobbie Lee Smith, 21,of Amsterdam Avenue, Buffalo, was charged Tuesday with multiple counts of third-degree criminal sale and third-degree criminal possession of crack cocaine.
Smith was arrested following a two-month investigation by Southern Tier Regional Drug Task Force officers who allege he sold crack to undercover police agents on numerous occasions.
A Jamestown City Court warrant was issued for his arrest and he was taken into custody by Jamestown Police.
Additional drug-related charges will be placed against Smith at a later date.
State Police at Fredonia
n Tony Stewart, of King Street, Dunkirk was charged Aug. 8 with damaging his ex-girlfriend's property. He was arraigned in town of Dunkirk court and was released on $1,000 cash bail. An order of protection was issued.
n Blanca Nieves, 37, was pulled over for allegedly speeding on Route 5 in the town of Sheridan on Aug. 9. Nieves was subsequently arrested for aggravated driving while intoxicated. She was issued an appearance ticket to town of Sheridan court on Aug. 21.
n Robert Nichols, of Cherry Creek was charged Aug. 16 with driving while intoxicated and is to appear in town of Cherry Creek court on Sept. 4.
State Police at Collins
n Carol Spaulding, 60, of Woodside Road, Springville, was charged Aug. 12 with driving while intoxicated after her car was stopped on Taylor Hollow Road in Collins. Spaulding is scheduled to appear in Collins Town Court.
n Darius Coleman, 23, of Perkins Hall on Taylor Hollow Road in Collins was charged Aug. 7 with violation of a drug court order. Jamestown Police alerted troopers of an active warrant for Coleman from Jamestown City Court. He was transported to Jamestown by troopers and turned over to city police.
n SOUTH DAYTON - Michael Butcher, 26, of Route 62, Collins, was charged Aug. 6 with second-degree aggravated harassment following a reported domestic incident where Butcher reportedly called his wife at a family member's home and made numerous threatening statements to her. Butcher was scheduled to appear in South Dayton Village Court.
n BRANT - Two Erie, Pa., men face several charges following a reported Aug. 3 incident at the Seneca Hawk in Brant.
Eriberto Delgado, 41, and Edwin Rivera, 23, were both charged with two counts of criminal possession of a hypodermic instrument, seventh-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance and petit larceny after Delgado was reportedly caught by store employees and video surveillance stealing a carton of cigarettes valued at $40. Troopers arrived and, searching the truck they were traveling in, found two hypodermic syringes containing a brownish liquid residue believed to be heroin.
Both men were released on bail in Brant Town Court. SNI Marshals assisted troopers with the arrests.
n GOWANDA - William Hussey, 42, of Route 353, Dayton, was charged with driving while intoxicated following a reported domestic incident at his home. Troopers responded to assist the Cattaraugus County Sheriff's Office when Hussey left the residence. Troopers stopped Hussey on Jamestown Street in Gowanda and found him to be intoxicated. He was transported to the Gowanda Police Department, where he submitted to a breath test and was released. He is scheduled to appear in Persia Town Court in September.