Pedestrian injured after being hit by a vehicle
HANOVER - An Irv-ing man out jogging Mon-day has been hospitalized after being hit by a vehicle.
According to state police, Richard Miller, 47, of Versailles Road, was running along Buffalo Road in the Town of Hanover at 9 a.m. when he was struck by a vehicle. Miller reportedly crossed the road in front of a northbound vehicle driven by Cynthia Barber of Versailles Road.
Miller was taken to Lake Shore Hospital and flown to Erie County Medical Center by Mercy Flight. He is listed in critical condition. New York State Police at Fredonia are investigating. No charges have been filed.
The Chautauqua County Sheriff and local fire departments provided assistance.
Jared P. Black, 32, of South Dayton was charged with third-degree criminal mischief Friday. Gowanda Police observed Black as a suspicious person walking through the village at 3:45 a.m. Wednesday. A short time later, it was discovered a brick had been thrown through a business window. Upon review of security footage, Black was charged in this crime. He was released on an appearance ticket for Collins Court.
Chautauqua County Sheriff's Office
KIANTONE - On Wednesday at about 10 a.m., sheriff's deputies issued John Trout, 36, of Ashville, an appearance ticket for second-degree criminal contempt after allegedly calling a person under an order of protection. Trout will appear in Town of Kiantone Court.
GERRY On Sunday around 11 p.m., Douglas Swan, 44, of Route 380 in Gerry, was charged with second-degree harassment and fourth-degree criminal mischief.
It is alleged Swan damaged property at a location where a verbal altercation with a female occurred and he spit on the female victim.
Swan was arraigned in the Town of Charlotte Court for the Town of Gerry, and was remanded in the Chautauqua County Jail in lieu of $1,000 cash or $2,000 property bail.
New York State Police Collins
On Sunday, troopers in Collins charged Gabrielle R. Thomas, 19, of Rochester, with second-degree promoting prison contraband after corrections officers at Collins Correctional Facility reportedly found her in possession of K2 (a synthetic marijuana) while attempting to visit a prisoner.
She was processed for the misdemeanor and is scheduled to appear in the Town of Collins court in April.