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News Update! for Thurs., Apr. 2, 2015

City police arrest one during Wed. night drug raids...

A joint police effort has shut-down three locations in Jamestown where Heroin was alleged sold from... and, used at.  The Jamestown Metro Drug Task Force... Southern Tier Regional Drug Task Force... and, State Police C-NET team conducted two raids in the city about 7 p.m. Wednesday.  City Police Captain Bob Samuelson says they executed search warrants simultaniously at 440 Buffalo Street... and, 241 Cresent Street.  Samuelson says they found Heroin at both locations.  He adds they arrested one resident at the Buffalo Street location.  Samuelson says 52 year-old Jose Diaz-Solis was arrested for allegedly being in possession of Suboxone.  He says more arrests are pending.  

JPD, So. Tier Regional Drug Task Force conduct third raid this morning...

Police officials say a third-raid took place on Jamestown's westside early this morning at another location allegedly being used to sell, and use Heroin from.  JPD Captain Bob Samuelson says the Southern Tier Regional Drug Task Force joined the Metro Task Force at about 6:20 a.m. to execute a search warrant at 129 Fairview Ave.  No arrests have yet been made.  Anyone with information about illegal narcotic trafficking in Jamestown is asked to call the JPD Tip-line at 483-TIPS... that's 483-8477.

Weather forces changes to Easter Egg Hunts in Jamestown this Saturday...

Due to the predicted weather conditions... and, conditions at Allen Park... the city of Jamestown’s 68th Annual Easter Egg Hunt will be moved inside the Allen Park Ice Rink this Saturday, April 4.  This free event is for children age 12 and under.  City Recreation Coordinator Julia Ciesla-Hanley says this means a significant difference in the way children will be allowed into the hunt.  The age groups will remain the same, but only one group will be allowed inside the Ice Rink at a time starting at 10:30 a.m.  More information later.


Also... the Easter Egg Hunt held by the Eastside Fellowship this Saturday at 10 a.m. will now be held on the Tennis Courts near College Park.