Two city residents arrested for allegedly trafficking prescription pills illegally from eastside apartment...

Two Jamestown residents have been arrested for allegedly trafficking a large quantity of presciption painkillers and amphetamines from their eastside home.  Members of the Jamestown Area Metro Drug Task Force... and, the state Police C-NET Team raided the upstairs apartment at 310 East Sixth St. shortly before 6:30 a.m. Friday.  Police officials say the JPD SWAT Team assisted in the raid... where they arrested 41 year-old Clarence Carte, and 29 year-old Maranda Lopez.  Officers say they also found the drugs inside.  Both Carte and Lopez were taken into custody on two counts of third-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance... and, one each of fifth-degree criminal possession.  Lopez was also charged with two counts of Endangering the Welfare of a Child because her two small children were also found in the apartment.  Both Carte and Lopez were arraigned, and sent to the county jail without bail  Anyone with information on illegal drug activity is asked to call the Task Force's Anonymous Tip-line at 483-TIPS... that's 483-8477.


Lake Effect Snow to return to Jamestown-area by late weekend...

Chautauqua County is getting a break from the lake effect snow that dumped over a foot in some areas earlier this week.  However... there is another round of lake effect in store for us, starting late this weekend.  Meteorologist David Thomas with the National Weather Service in Buffalo says a cold air mass moving over Lake Erie will fire up the lake effect machine on Sunday.  Thomas says it is too early to tell right now which areas will get hit hardest by this round of snow, but adds this storm has the potential for significant accumulation through the early part of next week.  He says it's still a little too early to tell where the Lake Effect bands will be setting up.  Our recent lake effect snows have been fueled by the still-unfrozen waters of Lake Erie... which is currently at 34 degrees at the eastern end of the lake.


Cuomo still supports ballot measure on holding Constitutional Convention...

Saying New York's system of government is ``broken...'' Governor Andrew Cuomo is reiterating his support for a state constitutional convention which he says offers voters the chance to reform their state government.  Voters will decide in 2017 whether to hold a constitutional convention, and they would get the chance later to approve or reject any changes recommended to the state's governing document.  Cuomo says a convention would give the voters an opportunity to address chronic government corruption and revise the rules under which government operates.


Hinderleider has "interim" removed from his title at new JSBA Arena GM...

The man who has been interim General Manager of the Jamestown Savings Bank Arena has now been named to head up the facility on a permanent basis.  The Center City Development Corporation's board of directors has announced that Craig Hinderleider has been promoted to full-time GM.  Hinderleider has been with the arena since it opened... and, replaces former G-M Brian Cersosimo... who stepped down last August.  The new G-M says it's an exciting time for him because he started from the bottom at the arena when it first opened in 2002.  The board says his "work ethic and arena knowledge" has given him these opportunities... and, he looks forward to getting more people to come to the arena.

 

 

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WJTN News Headlines for Oct. 21, 2019

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