STOCKTON - Mara J. Robertson, 17, of Bush Street, Jamestown was charged Sunday with fourth-degree criminal mischief and disorderly conduct.
Deputies responded to a report of a fight in progress at a residents on Route 380 in the Town of Stockton found Robertson had intentionally punched a hole in a window after an argument.
She lacerated her arm and was highly combative with the officers.
She was treated at the scene and transported to Brooks Hospital for further treatment.
She is to answer the charges in Stockton Tonw Court at a later date.
Chautauqua County Sheriffs
MAYVILLE - Joshua Warner 24, of English Street, Jamestown was featured on the Chautauqua County Wanted list for second-degree criminal mischief.
He was arrested in Jamestown and his name has been removed from the wanted list.
Fredonia Police Department
Brian Montanez, 21, of King Street, Dunkirk was charged April 4 with criminal possession of a controlled substance.
Luz Hyatt, 24, of Beaver Street, Dunkirk was picked up from the Dunkirk Police Department on April 6 on a bench warrant from village court for an unpaid fine.
Matthew Callegari, 23, of Amherst was charged April 9 with aggravated unlicensed of a motor vehicle, a second conviction.
Travis Maxwell, 30, of Deer Street, Dunkirk was charged April 9 with acting in a manner to injure a child less than 17 years of age. According to police, officers were handing out parking tickets for handicap parking violators at Wal-Mart and one vehicle, Maxwell's, was ticketed. The temperature was 39 degrees officers noted, and realized there was a baby alone inside the vehicle which was running and unlocked.
Brittany Calhoun, 19, of Shultz Hall was charged April 10 with unlawful possession of alcohol for a person under 21, littering and violation of an open container law.
Justin Ramsey, 21, of Cleveland Avenue was charged April 11 with violation of an open container law.
Darnell Hernandez, 20, of Central Avenue, Dunkirk was charged April 11 with disorderly conduct obscene language and gestures.
Benjamin Weil, 25, of Temple Street was charged April 11 after officers reported to a vehicle full of five males parked in the middle of Water Street. Weil began to use offensive language and was warned by officers. The vehicle started to drive away and Weil shouted an expletive loud enough for four officers and 10 pedestrians to hear. The vehicle was then pulled over and Weil was arrested for obscene language and gestures before posting $250 bail.
Ethan Lecuier, 20, of Cushing Street and Conner Holly, 20, of Eagle Street were both charged April 11 with disorderly conduct.