Fredonia police responded to a report of gunshots in the area of Forest Hill Cemetery on Sunday, Sept. 7 around 5:33 a.m.
Upon arrival, two SUNY Fredonia students, Thomas Adams of Day Street and Nicholas Hellmer, 20, of Eisenhower Hall were found. Adams cooperated with officers while Hellmer allegedly fled from officers but was eventually apprehended. After investigation Adams was found to be in possession of a stun gun, a large quantity of LSD, Ecstasy, marijuana, fireworks and a large sum of money.
Adams was charged with criminal possession of a controlled substance, possession of a weapon, unlawful possession of marijuana, possession of fireworks and criminal trespass. Hellmer was charged with possession of fireworks, criminal trespass and resisting arrest. Both were transferred to the Chautauqua County Jail. Adams' bail was set at $1,500 and Hellmer's at $1,000.
n Anthony Camblin, 20, of Newark was charged Aug. 30 with unlawful possession of alcohol for a person under 21 with an open container.
n Kyle Sam, 18, of Webster Road was charged Aug. 30 with a noise violation.
n Samuel Stewart, 23, of Center Street was charged Aug. 31 with driving while intoxicated.
n Timothy Higgins, 24, of Orchard Park was charged Aug. 31 with violation of an open container law.
n Brandon Barton, 20, of Gowanda was charged Aug. 31 with violation of a noise control ordinance.
n Brian McGowan, 20, of Lakeview was charged Sept. 1 with unlawful possession of alcohol for a person under 21 in an open container and littering.
n Mathew Cortes, 23, of Deer Street, Dunkirk was charged Sept. 3 with harassment.
n Niesha Lockett, 18, of Lincoln Avenue, Dunkirk was picked up on a bench warrant by Dunkirk police. $165 bail was posted and she is to appear in court on Sept. 17.
n Amber Kelley, 24, of Birchwood Drive was charged Sept. 3 with harassment and charged on a warrant from an incident on Aug. 17. A court date was set for Sept. 13.
n Monica Federick, 22, of East Fifth Street was charged Aug. 23 with unlicensed operation and a rear seat for child violation.
n Ashley Griggs, 20, of Georgia was charged Aug. 24 with driving on a suspended registration in a car with inadequate stop lights.
n Chester Jock, 43, of Townsend Street was charged Aug. 24 with harassment.
n James Maslanka, 23, of Brigham road was charged Aug. 25 with criminal mischief.
n Montel Cooper, 21, of West Doughty Street was charged Aug. 25 with two counts of having an unlicensed dog.
n Chris Moore, 25, of Buffalo was charged Aug. 22 with unlawful possession of marijuana.
n Alexander Rivera, 23, of Swan Street was charged Aug. 25 with aggravated unlicensed operation and with no license plate.
n Silver Creek Police received a report of several subjects throwing rocks and drinking beer on the railroad viaduct on Central Avenue. Arrested were Nina Miller, 20, and Martin J. Chipman, 20, both of Parkway in Silver Creek, and Ramon Salas Jr., 20, of Center Road, Dunkirk. All three were arraigned on charges of trespassing and underage possession of alcohol. They will return to court Oct. 1.
State Police at Fredonia
n Daniel A. Norwood, 18, of Sturgeon Point Road, Derby was charged Friday with driving while intoxicated, having .08 percent or more blood alcohol content and failing to signal a lane change.
State Police said Norwood was seen at the Wendy's Drive Thru window while the restaurant was closed and when the patrol officer pulled into Wendy's parking lot, he left the scene, failing to signal a turn onto Route 60.
He was stopped and the investigation led to the DWI charges which are to be answered in Pomfret Town Court.
Teen attempts to burn child
WESTFIELD - A 14-year-old unidentified Westfield youth was charged with endangering the life of a child on Thursday. The police issued the youth a family court appearance ticket after investigating a report that the youth allegedly sprayed a 9 year old with a flammable substance, then set the substance on fire causing minor injury to the youth.
Chautauqua County Sheriff's Department
n Cody W. Eastman, 17, of West Fifth Street, Dunkirk was jailed Friday in lieu of $7,500 bail following his arraignment on second-degree criminal possession of a forged instrument and fifth-degree criminal possession of stolen property.
He was arrested on a warrant issued after an investigation showed he entered a local bank with a stolen forged business check and attempted to cash it.
At the time of this incident, Eastman was interviewed by Dunkirk Police.
He fled the scene to avoid prosecution but was picked up on the warrant and was arraigned in Dunkirk Town Court.
n HANOVER - Ryan W. Bunn, 19, Alleghany Road, Silver Creek was charged Friday with third-degree aggravated unlicensed operation and failure to maintain lane.
Deputies said Bunn was stopped on Stebbins Road for crossing the lanes markings.
The investigation revealed his New York drivers license had been suspended.
The charges are to be answered in Hanover Town Court.
n STOW - Michael J. Giallanza, 49, of Elma was charged with issuing a bad check.
He was arrested following a complaint from Camp Chautauqua on West Lake Road, Stow that Giallanza issued a check that contained insufficient funds.
The charge is to be answered in North Harmony Town Court.
n HANOVER - Daniel R. Korpanty, 18, of Clarence and Joseph A. Chayban, 19, of Williamsville were charged with underage possession of alcohol.
They were arrested in a parking lot on Iola Drive after deputies observed them to be in possession of an alcoholic beverage.
A check of their ages led to the underage charge.