New York State Police
JAMESTOWN — On September 19, troopers received a walk-in complaint from a citizen reporting that Tyler Perrin, 23, of Jamestown, had allegedly sent her several text messages and attempted to call her after he had been served a stay-away order stemming from a separate incident. The victim provided phone records verifying her claim. Perrin was later arrested at his residence and charged with second-degree criminal contempt. Perrin was processed at State Police Jamestown and transported to Chautauqua County Jail.
Town of Evans Police Department
≤ On September 10 at around 7:23 p.m., patrol was dispatched to Kennedy Avenue for a reported disturbance. Upon arrival, patrol allegedly observed Christopher D. Liberatore, 20, of Evans, sitting at a park table with two bottles of alcohol. Patrol discovered Liberatore to be under the age of 21 and charged him with unlawful possession of alcohol. Liberatore was then transported to Evans Police for processing. He was later released with an appearance ticket and was turned over to his mother.
≤ On September 13 at about 6:19 p.m., patrol observed a large amount of smoke allegedly coming from an address on Erie Road. Upon patrol’s arrival, the smoke was noted to have the odor of burning plastic. Patrol met Daniel W. Olmstead, 23, of Forestville, who stated he ignited the fire and was burning pressure-treated pallets, along with plastic vehicle parts. Olmstead was charged with unlawful open burning – bonfire on private land <35 from structure and was issued an appearance ticket. Olmstead and his co-workers then used five-gallon buckets of water and a tractor to extinguish the fire. ≤ On September 13 at roughly 6:50 p.m., patrol stopped a vehicle for speeding on Route 20. While checking the license of the driver, Victoria L. Wagner, 20, of Kenmore, it was allegedly discovered to be suspended. Wagner was charged with speed violation: exceed 55 mph and third-degree aggravated unlicensed operation. Wagner was released with appearance tickets and the vehicle was turned over to a licensed driver.