Three-vehicle accident near Fredonia High leads to charge
OBSERVER Staff Report
A three-vehicle accident near Fredonia High School Wednesday morning has led to a driver being charged.
A vehicle driven by Thomas R. Mcternan Jr., 53, of Fredonia-Stockton Road, Fredonia and one driven by Eleesia S. Livengood, 23, of Maple Springs were stopped for school traffic at 7:30 a.m. A vehicle driven by Sherri Maine, 22, of Macedon struck the Livengood vehicle.
Livengood's vehicle was pushed into Mcternan's vehicle. Maine said she was not paying attention and was charged with following too closely. She was released on an appearance ticket.
Livengood was transported to Brooks Memorial Hospital by Alstar for neck and shoulder pain.
Ruben Santos, 28, of Lake Shore Drive East, Dunkirk was charged with a bench warrant March 17. He was brought to Fredonia Police by Chautauqua County Sheriff's Office. He was held on $525 bail.
Scott M. Diate, 31, of Cassadaga was charged with operating a motor vehicle with a suspended registration, no insurance and aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle Sunday after a traffic stop on Main Street. His registration was suspended for no insurance.
Joshua W. Hamilton, 21, of Cherry Creek was charged with disorderly conduct, resisting arrest and second-degree harassment Sunday. Police were called when Hamilton refused to leave Doons. He was held on $500 bail.
Jordon Farnham, 22, of South Dayton was charged with disorderly conduct Sunday. Police were called to Doons for disorderly persons. Farnham refused to leave the scene.
Bryce E. Cortright, 22, of South Dayton was charged with disorderly conduct Sunday. Police were called when staff at Doons said he refused to leave. He was released on an appearance ticket.
Rachel L. Zielinski, 33, of Swan Street in Dunkirk was charged with having suspended registration Monday after a traffic stop on West Main Street. Her registration was suspended for an insurance lapse.
Ronald Nasca, 59, of Water Street was charged with second-degree harassment Wednesday. Nasca was served with a criminal summons following an incident on March 7.
Matthew A. Mason of Porter Avenue was charged with a bench warrant Wednesday. He was brought to Fredonia Police by Chautauqua County Sheriff's Office for failure to appear for a charge of petit larceny. He was held at Fredonia Police.
Chautauqua County Sheriff's Office
SHERIDAN - Only minor injuries reported after a two-car collision at the intersection of King and Center Roads in Sheridan on Wednesday afternoon.
At around 4 p.m. the two vehicles collided and a stop sign was knocked down. Two people were transported to Brooks Memorial Hospital for minor cuts and precautionary examination.
Friday at 11 a.m. at the Chautauqua County Jail, inmate Simon Gogolack, 28, of Wellsville, was charged with second-degree assault.
While confined on a charge of fifth-degree criminal sale of a controlled substance, Gogolack allegedly assaulted inmate James Patrick, 32, of Jamestown. Patrick sustained a broken jaw and broken tooth and was treated at ECMC for his injuries. Gogolack remains confined in the County Jail.
Victor H. Grove, 33, of Buffalo Street was charged with petit larceny on Feb. 16. Grove allegedly stole a can of beer from a business.
Nathan E. Miskell, 18, of Aldrich Street was charged with fifth-degree criminal possession of stolen property on Feb. 21.
On Feb. 22, police saw a suspicious vehicle abandoned in a parking lot on Industrial Parkway. Invest-igation revealed this vehicle had been reported stolen in Hamburg. It was turned over to Hamburg Police.
Robert T. Gates, 42, of Buffalo was taken into custody Feb. 23 for an arrest warrant. Gates was a passenger in a vehicle during a traffic stop when a computer check revealed the City of Buffalo Police warrant. He was turned over to the Buffalo Police.
Vaughn Gates, 46, of Salamanca was charged with failure to use a turn signal and unlawful possession of marijuana following a traffic stop on Feb. 24. He was released on an appearance ticket.
Joseph Castro, 19, of Buffalo was charged with petit larceny and fifth-degree criminal possession of stolen property Feb. 26. Castro stole a bicycle from a residence on Jamestown Street. He was released on appearance tickets.
Police observed a suspicious vehicle that appeared to be abandoned in a parking lot at West Main and Aldrich streets. A computer check revealed this vehicle had been reported stolen out in Jamestown. It was turned over to the James-town Police Department.
Robert E. Munzer Jr., 26, of Bagdad Road, Collins was charged with second-degree harassment and child endangerment on March 6 following a domestic incident that occurred on Feb. 25. He was released on an appearance ticket.
Kyle S. Lossiah, 24, of Lawtons was charged with driving while intoxicated, operating a vehicle with no license and refusal of a roadside breath test on March 11 following a traffic stop. Lossiah was released on his own recognizance to appear in Town of Collins Court.
George A. Kennedy, 22, of Saint Johns Street was taken in to custody on an arrest warrant on March 11. Kennedy had been charged with aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle on Feb. 12 and failed to appear in court. He was released on his own recognizance.
John M. Peters, 34, of Broadway Road was charged with driving while intoxicated on March 12. A chemical breath test resulted in a .14 BAC. Peters was arraigned in the Town of Persia Court where bail was set at $1,500. New York State Parole Officers then took custody of Peters for a future hearing.
Jacob J. Ring, 23, of North Chapel Street was charged with fifth-degree criminal possession of stolen property on March 15. Ring was attempting to cash a check made out to another subject. He was released on an appearance ticket for Persia Court.
Alfred L. Musser, 53, of Buffalo was charged with operating a vehicle with a suspended registration and no insurance on March 17 following a traffic stop. Musser's registration was suspended due to an insurance lapse. His vehicle was towed and he was released on an appearance ticket for the Town of Collins Court.
Troy A. Deiter, 23, of Allegany was charged with driving while intoxicated on March 18. A chemical breath test resulted in a .09 BAC. He was released on an appearance ticket for the Town of Collins Court.