Shaqua C. McCullum, 19, of Roosevelt Avenue was charged with having no registration May 30.
Carlos Rodriguez, 19, of King Street was charged with second-degree harassment on May 31.
Devin J. Smith, 20, of Middle Road was charged with leaving the scene of a property damage accident on May 31.
Dante M. Chambers, 18, of Brooks Avenue was charged with not wearing a seat belt and having no or insufficient tail lights May 31.
Marqus S. Singh, 21, of Deer Street was charged with disorderly conduct on May 31 from a previous charge.
Christopher Anderson, 35, of Sinclairville, was charged with obstruction on June 1 from a previous charge.
Joseph Thompson, 19, of East Seventh Street was charged with second-degree harassment June 1.
Hector O. DeJesus, 30, of North Mullet Street was charged with second-degree harassment and criminal mischief on June 1.
Roger Nieves, 37, of East Main Road, Fredonia was charged with having an open container, a bench warrant and failure to pay fine on June 1 on previous charges.
Eldred L. Woodard, 25, of Deer Street was charged with second-degree criminal contempt June 2.
Anthony K. Pogue, 49, of Deer Street was charged with second-degree assault on June 2.
James W. Lewellyn, 32, of West Green Street was charged with second-degree harassment and second-degree unlawful imprisonment on June 2.
Odessey Rinley, 24, of Park Avenue was charged with second-degree harassment on June 3.
Daniel O. Ayala-Valentin, 22, of Townsend Street was charged with having no license and failure to signal June 4.
Angel L. Rivera, 41, of Main Street was charged with fifth-degree criminal possession of stolen property on June 4.
Danielle N. Payne, 22, of Jamestown was charged with fourth-degree criminal trespassing and second-degree harassment on June 5.
Janice Valvo, 45, of Central Avenue was charged with third-degree criminal mischief and endangering the welfare of a child on June 5.
Joel Robles-Garcia, 43, of Lincoln Avenue was charged with fifth-degree criminal possession of stolen property on June 5.
Ellen Geiger, 32, of Park Street was charged with petit larceny on May 31. At 5:45 p.m. police were notified of the larceny. Geiger had allegedly gone to her estranged husband's residence and stole numerous items totaling $720 from his vehicle. She was released on an appearance ticket.
Alex Haynes, 20, of Brooklyn was charged with second-degree criminal nuisance and falsely reporting an incident on May 31. At 1:30 a.m. on May 30 patrol responded to an address on Commercial Street for the report of an armed robbery. The New York State Police and Erie County Sheriff's Department also responded for assistance. Upon arrival, police located two suspects, neither of which had a gun and no victim. After an investigation, police found Haynes offered to sell marijuana to two subjects and took $20 from them. Allegedly, Haynes did not have marijuana to sell and was going to keep the money. When the two subjects confronted Haynes about the matter, Haynes contacted police and said these two subjects were attempting to rob him and they had a gun. All subjects had fled prior to patrol's arrival. Haynes was arraigned and then transported to Cattaraugus County Jail in lieu of $1,500 bail.
Jason Geiger, 37, of Bader Ave-nue was charged with second-degree criminal contempt June 1. Geiger was the subject of an order of protection by the Erie County Family Court forbidding any contact or communication with a female subject. He allegedly violated this order by texting this female numerous times. He was released on an appearance ticket.
Two were charged following an incident during the Hollywood Happening June 1. Rodney Coulon, 41, of Chestnut Street and Chance Hale, 31, of Bush Road were charged after allegedly assaulting a subject in the beer tent, punching him repeatedly in the face and head area. When patrol tried to arrest the pair, they fled and an officer's shirt was ripped. Coulon was charged with third-degree assault, criminal mischief, disorderly conduct and criminal nuisance. Hale was charged with third-degree assault, disorderly conduct and criminal nuisance. Both were released on appearance tickets. The victim received minor injuries. He refused medical attention.
Joshua Sprague, 23, of Springville was charged with driving while intoxicated and failure to keep right on June 2. Police observed Sprague operating a vehicle in an erratic manner crossing the double solid yellow line numerous times at 3:57 a.m. Sprague was stopped and exhibited signs of intoxication and failed several sobriety checks. A chemical breath test resulted in a .14 BAC. Sprague was released on an appearance ticket.
Christopher A. Denea, 25, of Collins was charged with second-degree criminal nuisance, disorderly conduct and resisting arrest on June 2. Patrol received a report that Denea, who appeared highly intoxicated, was harassing the band and spilling drinks on the band's equipment at 9:15 p.m. inside the beer tent. When patrol attempted to evict Denea from the event, he became combative and began to fight with police. He was released on an appearance ticket to appear.
Thomas A. Gechell, 60, of Eden was charged with driving while intoxicated June 3. At 12:20 a.m. police responded to a motorcycle accident at the intersection of Buffalo and Union streets. Patrol discovered Gechell attempted to make a u-turn and lost control of his motorcycle. There were no injuries but Gechell appeared intoxicated and failed several sobriety checks. A chemical breath test resulted in a .13 BAC. He was released on an appearance ticket.
Francisco Padilla, 46, of Ruggles Street was charged with fifth-degree criminal possession of stolen property June 5.
Route 5 traffic stop leads
to multiple drug charges against Angola residents
BRANT - On Monday, a traffic stop by a New York State Trooper on State Route 5 led to three Angola residents being charged with multiple drug offenses.
According to the troopers, a westbound vehicle was stopped for a seatbelt violation. Upon contact with the operator, Christopher M. Nowak, 22, of Angola, the trooper reportedly detected a strong odor of marijuana. Further investigation of the vehicle and passengers resulted in the reported discovery of a variety of narcotic pills consisting of a quantity of Oxycodone, Alprazolam, and Morphine. Marijuana and two hypodermic needles were also recovered.
Nowak and his passengers, William J. Merecki, 26, of Angola, and Amy M. Safe, 30, of Angola, were charged with third-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance, and fifth-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance. Nowak and Merecki were also charged with seventh-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance. Additionally, Nowak was charged with possession of a hypodermic instrument and Merecki and Safe were also charged with unlawful possession of marijuana.
All three were issued appearance tickets directing them to appear in the town of Brant Court on June 13.