Attempted abduction reported at Holiday Valley Tuesday night
ELLICOTTVILLE - An attempted abduction from Holiday Valley is being investigated by authorities.
According to Ellicottville Police, the suspect attempted to coax a 12-year-old boy into a vehicle in the main chalet parking lot Tuesday around 7 p.m. The suspect allegedly told the boy he was missing his dog and asked him to go to his vehicle to look at pictures.
The suspect is described as a larger, muscular-built, white male with dark hair and a dark mustache and goatee. He was wearing a red "Budweiser" T-shirt and operating a gray or silver, full-size GMC pickup truck with a matching cap on the back. Anyone with information pertaining to the case is asked to contact the Ellicottville Police at 699-2120 or the Cattaraugus County Sheriff's Office at 938-9191.
Chautauqua County Sheriff's Office
CHAUTAUQUA - Harry R. Pierce, 63, of Erie, Pa., was charged Tuesday with speeding and driving while intoxicated after he was pulled over on Route 430. He was allegedly intoxicated and refused a breath test. He was arraigned in Town of Stockton Court, as the town of Chautauqua Court was unavailable, and remanded to the Chautauqua County Jail.
GERRY - One man was taken to the hospital Tuesday after slippery roads caused an accident.
Jordan L. Reynolds was headed westbound on Old Chautauqua Road around 4 p.m. when slippery and slushy road conditions caused his vehicle to leave the road. The vehicle came to rest in a deep ditch. Gerry Fire Department transported Reynolds to WCA Hospital for a back injury.
Luis A. Reyes-Rivera, 24, of Lincoln Avenue, Dunkirk was charged with third-degree aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle on Feb. 18. At 1:35 p.m., Police were called to respond to an accident in the parking lot of Walmart. Upon arrival, it was found that Reyes-Rivera had a suspended license. He was held and later released on $300 bail. He is scheduled to appear in Fredonia Court.
Nicholas Lalonde, 19, of Gillis Street was charged with violating the noise ordinance on Feb. 19. At 2:31 a.m. police were called to a residence on Gillis Street for complaints of a loud party. Upon arrival, police found eight people on the porch with loud noise coming from inside the residence. Lalonde was previously warned for loud parties. He was released on an appearance ticket.
Robert A. Tenamore, 36, of Adams Road was charged with operating a motor vehicle with a BAC of .08 or more, driving while intoxicated and failure to keep right on Feb. 18. At 11:34 p.m. police were on regular patrol on West Main Street when they observed a truck cross the center line multiple times. The vehicle was pulled over by police. Tenamore was the driver and had watery bloodshot eyes, slurred speech as well as an odor of intoxicants was coming from inside the vehicle. Tenamore failed field sobriety tests. He was transported back to Fredonia Police Station where his BAC was found to be .17. He was released on his own recognizance and is scheduled to appear in Village of Fredonia Court.
KENNEDY - Amy Didomenico, 37, of Jamestown was charged Saturday with driving while intoxicated after she was pulled over on Wheelock Road for a traffic violation.
After failing several field sobriety tests, Didomenico was taken into custody and transported to the State Police barracks in James-town where she provided a breath sample of .16 percent.
Didomenico was processed, issued tickets returnable to the Town of Poland Court, and turned over to a sober individual.
FREWSBURG - Two teens were charged for drug possession after being pulled over on Falconer-Frewsburg Road for a traffic violation.
While speaking to the occupants, Troopers smelled marijuana emanated from inside the vehicle.
As a result of a search, Harlee Wiltsie, 18, of Kennedy, was found to be in possession of 10 Adderall pills, a controlled substance for which she does not have a prescription.
Andrew Cowan, 18, of Jamestown, was found to be in possession of two grams of marijuana and was arrested for unlawful possession of marijuana. Cowan was issued an appearance ticket and released.
Wiltsie was arrested for seventh-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance, transported to State Police barracks in Jamestown and processed. Wiltsie was then issued an appearance ticket, and both her and Cowan are to appear in the Town of Carroll Court later in the month.
State Police at Collins
State Troopers charged a North Collins man for theft of jewelry Sunday. Gerald T. Hubbard, 46, of North Collins was arrested after he allegedly stole three rings and two gold necklaces from a former girlfriend. The larcenies reportedly occurred sometime in January when Hubbard was residing in the same residence. Hubbard was processed at State Police barracks in Collins and released on an appearance ticket directing him to appear in the Town of North Collins Court at a later date.