Man with warrant accused of running from officers
STOCKTON — A town man who had an active warrant in the city of Dunkirk is facing charges after attempting to evade authorities.
At 10:45 a.m. Friday, Deputies observed James Beers IV in front of a residence on West Railroad Avenue. Beers was known to have an active petit larceny warrant. He did attempt to evade arrest by running from deputies, but after a short pursuit Beers was placed under arrest. He was charged with resisting arrest and sent to centralized arraignment.
Cattaraugus County Sheriff
¯ PERRYSBURG — On July 21 at about 6:20 a.m., New York State Police Collins took Amanda S. Wisiorek, 42, of Dayton, into custody on a warrant for violation of probation. Wisiorek was transferred to Cattaraugus County Sheriff’s Office, where she was promptly transported to Cattaraugus County Jail.
She will appear in county court at a later date.
Chautauqua County Sheriff
≤ HANOVER — On July 27 at roughly 9:45 p.m., deputies stopped a vehicle on Routes 5 and 20 for an alleged traffic violation. The operator was identified as Edith E. Cooper, 65, of Irving.
Following an investigation into the incident, Cooper was arrested and charged with DWI, DWI per se and no/inadequate head lamps.
Cooper is scheduled to appear in town of Hanover Court at a later date.
≤ ASHVILLE — On July 29 at around 3:30 p.m., it was alleged that Brian C. Jablon, 41, of Barberton, Ohio, was driving while ability impaired by alcohol.
Deputies observed a vehicle matching the description of Jablon’s allegedly cross over the center line and he was pulled over for the infraction. Upon further investigation, it was found that Jablon was driving while impaired by alcohol, and that two children under the age of 17 were also reportedly in the vehicle.
Jablon was arrested and charged with failure to keep right, aggravated DWI – child in vehicle, DWI, refusal to take breath test and two counts of endangering the welfare of a child. Jablon was taken to Chautauqua County Jail for centralized arraignment.
≤ KIANTONE — On July 29 at about 7 p.m., deputies responded to a motor vehicle accident with injury at the intersection of Peck Settlement and Martin roads. After an investigation, it was found that Molly A. Waddington, 50, of Frewsburg, had allegedly proceeded to travel southbound from the intersection onto Martin Road at the same time Melissa A. Schulz, 39, of Falconer, was traveling westbound on Peck Settlement Road. As a result, the vehicles collided with one another at the intersection.
Waddington, Schulz and a passenger from Schulz’s vehicle were transported by EMS to WCA Hospital for apparent, non-life-threatening injuries.
There are no charges pending at this time.
≤ HANOVER — On July 30 at around 6:30 p.m., deputies responded to an address on Hanover Road for a reported disorderly person.
Investigation found that Philip J. Traver, 27, of Silver Creek, allegedly damaged the property of another person intentionally.
Traver was charged with third-degree criminal mischief and transported to Chautauqua County Jail to be arraigned in the centralized arraignment program.
¯ On July 15 at about 10:45 a.m., officers were dispatched to Tops Markets in Angola for a reported shoplifter.
The store manager stated that he observed Michelle L. Danahy, 44, of Angola, allegedly place a bottle of sleep aids and another of Ibuprofen in her purse, then pay for other groceries and proceed through the point of purchase. The store manager then detained Danahy until police arrived.
Danahy was given a Tops trespass notice, before being booked by Evans Police and charged with petit larceny. She was then released with an appearance ticket.
¯ On July 18 at roughly 9:10 p.m., patrol observed a vehicle speeding, then driving across the double yellow lines on Beach Road.
Patrol stopped the vehicle and identified the operator as Antonio Cordero, 32, of Boston. A check allegedly revealed that Cordero did not possess a New York State driver’s license, due to a prior suspension.
The vehicle was turned over to the owner/passenger at the scene and Cordero was placed under arrest. Cordero was charged with speed in zone, failure to use designated lane, third-degree aggravated unlicensed operation and operate motor vehicle by unlicensed driver.
Cordero was transported to Evans Police Station, where he was booked and released with traffic tickets.
¯ On July 19 at about 6 p.m., patrol stopped a vehicle on Kennedy Avenue for speeding.
The driver, Alexander M. Kron, 21, of Evans, allegedly informed patrol that he only had a motorcycle permit. Dispatch confirmed Kron’s statement and he was subsequently charged with driving without a proper license and speed in zone.
Kron was issued traffic tickets and the vehicle was impounded.