Two facing drug charges, another nabbed for DWI
GERRY — A 25-year-old Sinclarville woman is facing drug charges after a traffic violation on Wednesday.
New York State Police at Jamestown charged Stevie Provorse with seventh-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance after she was pulled over on Route 60 in Gerry for a traffic violation. While speaking to Provorse, troopers observed a bag of methamphetamine inside the vehicle in plain view.
A search of Provorse and her vehicle revealed a second bag of methamphetamine. Provorse was placed under arrest, transported to State Police at Jamestown and processed. She was issued an appearance ticket and a traffic ticket and is scheduled to apepar in the town of Gerry Court later in the month.
In other items reported this morning:
JAMESTOWN — A city man was charged with aggravated driving while intoxicated.
Rodney Austin, 50, was pulled over early Saturday by State Police at Jamestown on Prendergast Avenue after allegedly committing several traffic violations, including driving on the sidewalk. Austin was placed under arrest and transported to the Jamestown barracks where he provided a breath sample of .19.
Austin was then processed, issued traffic tickets and released. Austin is scheduled to appear in the city of Jamestown Court on a later date.
GERRY — A Jamestown woman has been charged with second-degree unlawful possession of marijuana.
On Friday, troopers out of the State Police at Jamestown charged Kelly Blakeslee, 29, after she was stopped for a vehicle traffic violation on Gerry-Ellington Road. While speaking to the occupants, Troopers smelled marijuana emanating from inside the vehicle.
A search of the vehicle and its occupants revealed that Blakeslee was in possession of a bag containing marijuana. Blakeslee was issued an appearance ticket and the driver was issued a traffic ticket.
Blakeslee is scheduled to appear in the town of Gerry Court on a later date.