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Three arrested in Jamestown on drug, and weapon's charges...
Three people in Jamestown are jailed for allegedly being found in possession of three hand-guns... and, a significant amount of cocaine... during a raid on the city's eastside late Tuesday.  Jamestown Police Captain Bob Samuelson says officers were assisting Lakewood-Busti Police... and, following up on leads regarding a recent home burglary in the town of Busti.  Samuelson says officers raided the residence at 18 Hedges Ave. shortly after 5 p.m. Tuesday... and, arrested 45 year-old Cindy Cunningham and her 39 year-old husband, Anthony... along with 21 year-old Maiker Anderson.  Samuelson says all three face charges of third-degree criminal weapons and drug possession charges.  Samuelson says they found the three guns... which police are pleased to have off the street... along with nearly 30-grams of cocaine... and drug paraphernalia.  He says police are still looking into whether the guns may have been involved in any recent shooting incidents... including last week's at 150 Barrows Street.  If you have any information on illegal drug activity in Jamestown... call the confidential tips-line at 483-TIPS... that's 483-8477.  You can also call the JPD Tips 4-1-1 app.
Candidates sound off during forum at JCC...
The League of Women Voters held a 'Meet the Candidates' night Tuesday night at Jamestown Community College.  One of the questions put to the County Executive candidates was what they would do to make Chautauqua Lake 'a success'.  Republican George Borrello said more work needs to be done 'upstream'. Democrat Mike Ferguson believes county resources could be better allocated, to better serve the lake. The County Legislature added $100,000 for lake maintenance in the middle of the summer.  The candidates also shared views on economic development, the size of government, and the sale of the county office building in Jamestown.
Boiler water order lifted in Fredonia area...
The boil water order for customers of the Fredonia Water System in the village and Town of Pomfret has been lifted.  That from the Chautauqua County Department of Health and Human Services... which reports that water samples collected on Oct. 21 and 23 from the affected areas... showed the water is safe to drink.  The Village had a major water main leak on October 21 that was repaired the same day but due to a loss of pressure in the system, a boil water order was placed into effect as a precaution.  Health officials are thanking all  affected water customers for their cooperation and patience while the boil water order was in effect. 

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A Jamestown man was arrested for allegedly breaking into a home and stabbing a person on the city's eastside Tuesday afternoon. Officers were called to the scene on East 8th Street... and, found...

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