Ceramic bowls hurled at vehicles
EVANS — Two individuals reported having ceramic bowls thrown at their vehicles.
According to Evans Police, on July 3 at roughly 11:50 p.m., a driver was operating a vehicle on Kennedy Avenue when they heard an object strike the front driver side door. The victim stopped the vehicle and observed several youths fleeing the immediate area. The victim then looked down and found a broken ceramic bowl, which had likely been what hit the vehicle.
Twenty minutes later, a second car drove down Kennedy Avenue and also reported being hit by a ceramic bowl on the front driver side door.
Officers checked the area, but were unable to locate any suspects.
Chautauqua County Sheriff’s Office
≤ MAYVILLE — On June 24 at roughly 9:30 p.m., while incarcerated at Chautauqua County Jail, Nicholas J. McAdoo, 25, of Jamestown, allegedly damaged a kiosk within the jail. McAdoo was arrested and charged with third-degree criminal mischief. McAdoo will appear in Town of Chautauqua Court at a later date.
≤ ELLICOTT — On July 3 at around 10:25 p.m., deputies located a vehicle backed into the ditch on Salisbury Road. Deputies allegedly identified the driver as James Duncanson, 56, of Gerry. Following an investigation into the incident, Duncanson was arrested and charged with two counts of driving while intoxicated, and backing unsafely. Duncanson will answer the charges in Ellicott Town Court at a later date.
≤ SHERMAN — On July 6 shortly after midnight., deputies observed a vehicle speeding on I-86. Deputies stopped the vehicle and identified the operator as Connor E. McCullough, 19, of Wellsville. Following an investigation into the incident, deputies allegedly arrested McCullough and charged her with two counts of DWI and speed in zone. McCullough will answer the charges in Sherman Town Court at a later date.
¯ On June 19, a federal court indictment arrest warrant was issued for Keith S. Cooley, 21, of Buffalo. On July 1, an Evans Police Department officer and an unnamed FBI Safe Streets special agent picked up Cooley at his court appearance in Evans Court. The warrant was issued from a joint narcotics investigation involving Cooley allegedly selling and distributing unspecified amounts of crack cocaine. Cooley was interviewed and placed in lock-up overnight, before he was picked up July 2 for his arraignment in federal court.
¯ On July 1 at around 10 p.m., officers were dispatched to an address on Garfield Avenue for a possible larceny. While patrol located several suspects, Nataya E. Jones, 19, of Evans, allegedly began yelling and swearing at officers. Officers asked Jones to stop yelling several times, but Jones reportedly continued to yell and swear at police.
Jones was placed under arrest and charged with disorderly conduct. Jones was released to her mother at the scene, was issued an appearance ticket and apologized to patrol for her actions, claiming she was ‘just upset.’
¯ On July 3 at roughly 11:30 p.m., the president of the Shore Meadows Community Association reported to Evans Police that the lawn on Chestnut Lane was damaged by an unknown, white female driving a dark-colored car. The unknown subject was reportedly attending a party nearby and did the damage as she left. The owner of that property is looking into getting the subject’s name.