Area police


¯ Sifredo L. Dros, 48, of Westfield, was charged with second-degree harassment, second-degree aggravated harassment, second-degree criminal trespass and two counts of third-degree criminal mischief. Officers responded at 9:46 a.m. Sunday to a reported domestic incident on Washington Street. An investigation found Dros allegedly went to an apartment with intent to harass another person. Dros allegedly broke two doors in an attempt to remain at the apartment. Dros was transported to the Westfield Police Department and then caused a disturbance with officers. Dros is scheduled to appear in court later.

¯ A warrant check on a Jefferson Street resident on May 19 led to a number of charges. Westfield police report at 3:30 p.m., it visited 37 Jefferson St. and David L. Hoyt, who had allegedly harassed a subject.

After a brief investigation, Hoyt was taken into custody on second-degree harassment. Later, Hoyt was found to be in possession of a loaded handgun and small quantity of methamphetamine. He was additionally charged with second-degree criminal possession of a weapon and seventh-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance. He was taken to Chautauqua County Jail and was arraigned.


¯ PANAMA — Kristin Parks, 32, of Panama, was charged with third-degree criminal mischief. Troopers responded Friday to a Panama residence for a reported domestic dispute. An investigation found that Parks allegedly blocked another person from leaving in their vehicle, threw coffee onto the hood and struck the driver side window of the vehicle with the coffee mug, causing the window to shatter. Parks was processed and transported to Chautauqua County Jail.

¯ RANDOLPH — Jacob Carr, 32, of Jamestown, was charged with driving while ability impaired by drugs — Leandra’s Law. Troopers responded Friday to Interstate 86 in Randolph for a report of a disabled vehicle. Carr reportedly exhibited multiple signs of drug impairment and was taken into custody after allegedly failing several field sobriety tests. Carr is scheduled to appear in Randolph Town Court later. Two children inside the vehicle were turned over to a third party.

¯ ELLINGTON — Billie Best, 22, of Kennedy, was charged with fourth-degree criminal mischief. Troopers responded Saturday to an Ellington residence for a criminal mischief complaint. An investigation found that when arrangements for a property retrieval fell through, Best allegedly left the other person’s items outside, resulting in the items becoming damaged in the elements. Best is scheduled to appear in court later.

¯ FINDLEY LAKE — Thomas Jadlowski, 72, of Sherman, was charged with driving while intoxicated. Troopers responded Saturday to Hazen and North roads in Findley Lake for a report of a vehicle in the ditch. Jadlowski was taken into custody after allegedly failing several field sobriety tests. He later provided a breath sample of 0.12%. Jadlowski, who was not injured, is scheduled to appear in court later.

¯ FALCONER — Eric Lundsten, 37, of Jamestown, was charged with two counts of seventh-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance, second-degree criminally using drug paraphernalia and third-degree aggravated unlicensed operation. Troopers and Ellicott police responded Sunday to a Falconer residence for a report of two suspicious people on a back porch. Lundsten was located at the scene while the second person could not be located. An investigation found that Lundsten allegedly drove to the residence on a suspended license and that he was in possession of a glass pipe containing methamphetamine residue, two loaded needles containing heroin and a digital scale containing drug residue. He is scheduled to appear in Ellicott Town Court later.


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