Chautauqua County Sheriff’s Office
¯ CHARLOTTE — On Saturday, Evan M. Snyder, 35, of Russell, PA was charged with driving while intoxicated, DWI per se, leaving the scene of an accident and other various traffic tickets.
Sheriff’s deputies located a male on the side of Route 60. Investigation found that Snyder allegedly crashed his vehicle on the side of Route 60 and was found to be operating the vehicle while intoxicated.
Snyder was arrested, charged and released with traffic tickets. He will answer to his charges in the town of Charlotte court at a later date and time.
¯ MAYVILLE — A Jamestown woman has been charged with promoting prison contraband after she allegedly brought methamphetamine into the Chautauqua County Jail.
On Sunday, Diane L. Bloom, 54, was charged and issued an appearance ticket for first-degree promoting prison contraband and seventh-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance.
Deputies received report of an inmate attempting to bring contraband into the Chautauqua County Jail. Upon further investigation, it was found that Bloom brought methamphetamine into the jail. Bloom was charged and issued an appearance ticket. She will appear in the town of Chautauqua court on a later date to answer these charges.
¯ CLYMER — On Tuesday, Jamie L. Donnell, 40, was arrested for alleged aggravated driving while intoxicated — blood alcohol content .18 or higher, DWI common law, operating without insurance, moving from lane unsafely and improper or no signal.
Deputies conducted a traffic stop. Subsequent investigation led to his arrest. Donnell was processed for these charges before being released with appearance tickets. He is scheduled to appear in the Town of Clymer Court at a later date.
¯ ELLERY — On Sunday, Samantha M. Newman, 19, of Ellery was arrested for alleged driving while intoxicated, DWI per se, no or insufficient tail lamps and uninspected motor vehicle.
Deputies stopped a vehicle for an alleged traffic violation. Through investigation, it was discovered that Newman was operating the vehicle while intoxicated. Newman was taken into custody and charged. Newman was released with tickets to appear in the town of Ellery court at a later date.
≤ On Feb. 2, Kayla R. Housemann, 22, of Brocton was arrested for alleged improper turn signal, operating an unregistered vehicle and third-degree aggravated unlicensed operation.
Police were on regular patrol when they stopped Housemann operating a vehicle that failed to properly signal a turn. During this traffic stop, a DMV computer check revealed that Housemann’s vehicle registration had expired on Jan. 13 and her license was suspended on Feb. 1 for her failure to answer a traffic summons in the town of Pomfret Court. Housemann was arrested and then released on an appearance ticket to appear in the town of Persia court.
≤ On Feb. 3, Marvin B. Curry, 24, of Lawtons was arrested on a warrant.
Curry was previously arrested by Gowanda Police for aggravated unlicensed operation as well as numerous other vehicle and traffic violations. When he failed to appear in court to answer these charges, a warrant for his arrest was issued by the town of Collins court on Jan. 3. On Feb. 3, Curry was encountered by state troopers and he was turned over to Gowanda Police on this warrant. Curry was arraigned in the town of Collins court, then released on his own recognizance to appear in the court on a later date.
New York State Police
¯ JAMESTOWN — On Sunday, troopers out of Jamestown arrested Stephen Muskara, 56, of Gates Mills, Ohio, on charges of aggravated driving while intoxicated.
The troopers responded to I-86 for a report of a reckless driver and located the suspect vehicle driving west at a high rate of speed. The troopers identified the driver as Muskara and placed him under arrest after he failed several sobriety tests.
Muskara was transported to State Police at Jamestown where he allegedly provided a breath sample of .21. Muskara was then processed, issued tickets and released. Muskara is scheduled to appear in the town of Mina court later in the month.
¯ JAMESTOWN — On Sunday, troopers out of Jamestown arrested Carmen Tizzano, 36, of Chardon, Ohio, on charges of driving while intoxicated.
Tizzano was pulled over on Old Road in Clymer for a traffic violation and after failing several field sobriety tests, Tizzano was placed under arrest. Tizzano was transported to State Police in Jamestown where he allegedly provided a breath sample of .11. Tizzano was then processed, issued tickets and released.
Tizzano is scheduled to appear in the town of French Creek court next month.