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WJTN News Headlines for Fri., Aug. 12, 2022

(**Alert)Rushdie Attacked at Chautauqua...
Author Salman Rushdie has been attacked as he was about to give a lecture at the Chautauqua Institution.  An A-P reporter witnessed a man storm the stage Friday at the institution... and, he begin punching or stabbing Rushdie as he was being introduced.  The author was taken or fell to the floor, and the man was restrained.  However... he did reportedly walk off stage under his own power.  Rushdie's book ``The Satanic Verses'' has been banned in Iran since 1988... as many Muslims consider it to be blasphemous.  A year later, Iran's late leader Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini issued a fatwa, or edict, calling for Rushdie's death.  Iran has also offered over $3 million in reward for anyone who kills Rushdie.


Two men from Ohio escape serious injury in small plane crash in town of Harmony...
Two men from Ohio were hurt... but, not seriously... when their single-engine light plane crashed into a back yard off Baker Street Extension in the town of Harmony.  Sheriff's officers say they received a report about the plane coming down just after 11 p.m., and deputies were joined by Lakewood-Busti Police and State Police at the scene.  Officers say the two men... 63 year-old Lawrence Zupon of Bentleyville and 25 year-old Daniel Rossi of Mayfield Heights, Ohio were conducting training exercises when the plane lost power.  Police say the plane then crashed into the wooded area.  However... both Zupon and Rossi were able to walk away from the wreckage.  Both men were treated at the scene... and, later taken to UPMC Hamot Medical Center in Erie, Pa. for further treatment.  The Sheriff's Department and the FAA are investigating the accident.


City man arrested on child porn charges...
A Jamestown man has been arrested by federal agents on multiple-child pornography charges stemming from an incident last February.  U.S. Attorney Trini Ross has announced that 34 year-old Roberto Millan was arrested on a complaint charging him with production and attempted production of child pornography, and possession of child pornography.  Prosecutors say Jamestown police received the initial complaint in early February that Millan had sexually abused a 15-year-old girl.  They say the victim told investigators that Millan requested her to produce sexually explicit images to sent to him via text and Facebook messenger.  Prosecutors says she initially refused... but she eventually produced the requested images after Millan threatened to harm her family.  The victim also said that during the first time Millan sexually abuse her, he warned that if she “made too much noise,” he would physically harm her family.  Police later recovered sexually explicit text messages from Millan's cell phone... along with images of child porn.  Ross says the charges carry a minimum penalty of 5 years in prison, a maximum of 30, and a $250,000 fine.


Jamestown man arrested on Colfax Ave. following drug raid...
A city man is jailed allegedly trafficking illegal narcotics from his apartment on Jamestown's southside following a raid early Thursday morning.  City Police say members of the Jamestown Metro Drug Task Force executed a search warrant on the lower apartment at 57 Colfax Ave. about 6 a.m. Thursday with the help of the JPD SWAT Team.  They found 49 year-old Jason Parker inside... and, found him in possession of a quantity of fentanyl, cocaine, and items used for the packaging and distribution of those drugs.  Parker was taken to the city jail pending arraignment on two counts of third-degree criminal possession of a controlled Substance... seventh-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance... and second-degree criminally using drug paraphernalia.  The Chautauqua County Sheriff's Office, State Police and other agencies assisted.  If you have any information on illegal drug activity in the city... call the JPD Tips line at 483-TIPS... that's 483-8477.


City police investigating reported burglary at La Cucina restaurant...
City police are asking for the public's help in solving a reported burglary that occured at an italian restaurant on Jamestown's westside late last month.  The Jametown Police Detective Bureau says the break-in occured at the La Cucina Della Nonna located on West Third Street -- across from the Third Street Plaza -- during the overnight hours of Wednesday, July 27.  Police say an unknown person or persons entered the business, and stole an undisclosed amount of property.  Anyone with information regarding the burglary, or that may be able to identify the subject in a photograph they've released on Facebook... is asked to contract Detective Powers at 483-7620, or the anonymous tip line at 483-8477.


More than $26,000 raised by "Cents for St. Susan's" campaign...
A major fund-raiser for the Jamestown-area's largest soup kitchen has been another huge success.  Supporters of the annual "Cents for St. Susan's campaign for the St. Susan's Center on Water Street, gathered Thursday to announce the effort had brought in $26,693 dollars.  Over it's 23 years... the campaign has raised more than $306,000.  The Board of Public Utilities leads it... and, Spokeswoman Becky Robbins says sponsors put in more than $20,000.  Robbins adds that $10,000 of that came from Steve and Judy McAllaster.  Three others -- Chautauqua Chemicals, Key Bank and Kwik Fill -- put in $1,000 each.  She adds the Robinson Law Office contributes $650 dollars... and, 14 others each put in $500 each.  They include: Asplundh, Boyles Motor Sales, Century 21/Turner Brokers, Dan and Connie Evans, Robbins and Johnson Attorneys, the Shults Auto Group, R. Patti Excavating and Concrete, Sloan Melhuish Insurance, Store-N-Lock Self-Storage, Weinberg Financial Group, Wright-Calimeri Attorneys, Falconer Printing and Design, Northwest, The Heritage Group, and the Legends Group. 


Jamestown to again host Labor Day Festival on first Sunday in September...
The city of Jamestown's annual Labor Day Festival is back this year following a two-year hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic.  Mayor Eddie Sundquist says it's planned for Sunday, Sept. 4, beginning at 12 Noon at Bergman Park.  As usual... Sundquist says it'll end with the traditional fireworks display at dusk or shortly after.  He's very happy to have it back because... it'll be the first one he's been able to be part of since being elected mayor.  He says it'll be the 41st Labor Day Festival that will again celebrate organized labor in the community.  Sundquist says they'll have a full midway again this year with food and beverage vendors... and other activites at the park.  One of the activites back this year will be the presentation of the George Ritzer Labor Award presented by the Jamestown Central Labor Council.

WJTN News Headlines for Thurs., Aug. 11, 2022

Jamestown trio arrested for alleged drug trafficking...
Three people have been arrested for allegedly trafficking fentanyl and crack cocaine on Jamestown's eastside following a raid on their residence Wednesday afternoon.  City police say members of the Jamestown Metro Drug Task Force executed a search warrant at 728 East Seventh St. about 1 p.m., and, arrested 29 year-old Ashlyann Marie Lopez-Lopez... 45 year-old Angel Cruz-Cruz... and 41 year-old Zuleyka Michelle Fuentes-Cruz.  The JPD SWAT Team assisted... and, they also found three children inside.  Police say a search also uncovered a quantity of money... 11.3 grams of fentanyl, and 57.5 grams of crack cocaine.  The trio is each charged with two counts of third-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance.  City police were assisted by the Chautauqua County Sheriff's Office, and Emergency Services... and, FBI in the investigation.  Anyone with information on illegal drug activity in the city is asked to call the anonymous tips line at 483-TIPS... that's 483-8477.


Four city residents indicted on federal drug trafficking charges...
Four Jamestown residents have been indicted by a federal grand jury on drug charges for their alleged involvement in narcotics trafficking between 2019 and 2021.  U.S. Attorney Trini Ross announced Wednesday that the panel returned the indictments against 53 year-old Roberto Morales-Sanchez... 36 year-old Ryan Bloom... 36 year-old Rachelle Allison... and, 30 year-old Katie Calimeri.  Ross says all four are charged with narcotics conspiracy, which carries a mandatory minimum of 10 years in federal prison and a maximum of life.   Prosecutors say the four conspired to sell heroin, methamphetamine, and fentanyl in the Jamestown area.  They are also accused of using two city residences for drug trafficking purposes.  Bloom is also charged with distributing controlled substances, which caused serious bodily injury to an individual. 


Jamestown firefighters make quick work of kitchen fire early Wednesday...
Quick work by Jamestown firefighters prevented a kitchen fire from spreading through-out a southside home early this morning.  City Fire Battalion Chief Brian Acterberg says crews were called to 204 Hazzard Street about 4:30 a.m., and, found fire coming from the kitchen.  Acterberg says crews got inside and got the fire under control quickly... confining fire damage to that room.  He says there was smoke and water damage otherwise.  One occupant was treated for smoke inhalation... but, everyone else got out unhurt.  Cooking food on the stove apparently triggered the small blaze.  Acterberg says the Red Cross is helping the family temporarily.  Crews were at the scene about two-hours.


Carrubba says details still being discussed on new, proposed housing ordinances...
An initial meeting between Jametown development officials and the group representing local landlords has been held regarding three proposals leaders believe will improve the city's housing situation.  The chairwoman of the City Council's Housing Committee, Marie Carrubba, updated the panel on that first meeting at Monday night's work session.  Carrubba says during talks with the Real Estate Investors Association... they found the need to better clarify the public nuisance ordinance because there is some "vagueness" in how police to deal with tenant-landlord matters.  She says those at the meeting did not have a chance to completely review a second part of the proposal regarding vacant properties and Rental Inspections.  She says they plan to meet again on that proposal... and once everything is reviewed... REIA representatives will take the ordinance back to their group.  The city was representated at this past Monday's meeting by Development Director Crystal Surdyk, and the department's legal counsel, Ben Haskins.  The third part of the proposal deals with updating the city's landlord registry.


City man arrested following domestic incident...
A Jamestown man has been arrested for allegedly grabbing a woman, and choking her during a domestic incident on the city's southside early last evening.  Jamestown police say officers were called to the undisclosed scene just before 6 p.m., and, learned on arrival that 33 year-old Anthony Rios-Colon had grabbed the woman by the neck, and began choking her in the presence of two young girls.  Poice say Rios-Colon then alleged held the victim against a wall... and, pushed one of the girls.  The second girl then became very upset.  Officers arrested Rios-Colon on one count of criminal obstruction of breathing or blood circulation... and, two counts of endangering the welfare of a child.  He was taken to the city jail, pending arraignment.    


Jamestown's annual 'Cruise-In' back this coming weekend...
The popular ‘Cruise-In’ is returning to downtown Jamestown on Friday from 5 to 8 p.m.  The Jamestown Community Chamber of Commerce is again hosting the event... and, Chamber Coordinator Carrie Swanson says there’ll be all kinds of hot rods, classic cars and elegant autos on hand, mainly on Third Street between Washington and Spring Streets... and, they will also be on some of the side streets in that area.  Last year... some 200 vehicles lined up for ‘Cruise-In’ and Swanson expects just as many, if not more… this year.  She says there is a $10 entry fee for all the cars... and, the "entry point" for parking the cars will be at East Third and Spring Streets.  There’s no charge to view the cars, and for the second year in a row there’ll be a ‘text to win’ contest for a $100 ‘Shop Local CHQ card.’  The band ‘In Crowd’ will be providing the entertainment for ‘Cruise In’ again this year..… at the corner of Third and Main.

 
 

WJTN News Headlines for Wed., Aug. 10, 2022

Four people arrested following high-speed car chase, and drug raid in Jamestown...
Four people have been arrested -- including a wanted parolee -- on several drug-related charges following a high-speed chase that began in Jamestown and ended in Frewsburg.  City police say officers attempted a traffic stop on a vehicle in the area of Willard and Allen Streets just before Noon Tuesday after spotting the parolee... 40 year-old Samuel Pointer of Jamestown and Buffalo... driving the vehicle.  Police tried to stop Pointer... but, he wouldn't comply... and, led officers on the chase into the town of Ellicott, and then Frewsburg.  They say Pointer finally stopped on the Falconer-Frewsburg Road, and he and a woman in the car, 23 year-old Dakota Trippe of Jamestown, were arrested.  There was also a child under the age of one-year-old in the car's back seat.  Members of the Jamestown Metro Drug Task Force later conducted a raid on Pointer's home... and, found the other two suspects... 44 year-old Russell Barlett of Jamestown, and 49 year-old Don Lawson of Buffalo.  They also found just over 11-grams of heroin, 1.6-grams of crack cocaine, 8.4 grams of fentanyl, nearly 30-grams of methamphetamine, and two handguns.  Pointer faces 14 individual charges... including two counts of second-degree criminal possession of a weapon... and, three counts of third-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance.  He's also charged with unlawfully fleeing a police officer in a motor vehicle.  Lawson also faces two counts of criminal possession of a weapon, and three counts of criminal possession of a controlled substance.  Police say Trippe and Bartlett are each charged with two counts of third-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance... and one count of seventh-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance.


City man busted for drug possession after traffic stop...
A Jamestown man faces several drug-releated charges following a traffic stop on the city's eastside early Tuesday morning.  Jamestown Police say they stopped 37 year-old Tyler Elsesser in the area of East Second and Cowing Streets shortly after 3 a.m., and, found he had a suspended license... and, he was arrested.  Officers then searched the vehicle... and, found various quantities of methamphetamine, cocaine, Fentanyl, Heroin, prescription pills and suboxone.  They also found digital scales.  Elsesser was arrested on one count of Felony third-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance... five counts of seventh-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance... and one count of second-degree criminally using drug paraphernalia.  He's also charged with second-degree aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle... and, was jailed pending arraignment.


Investigation continues into fatal shooting in Sinclairville...
The investigation is continuing into a fatal shooting that occurred in the village of Sinclairville last month. 18-year-old Joseph Misciagno of Cassadaga died after being shot in the lower back following a dispute in the area of Reed and Park Streets shortly after 7:30 p.m. on July 5.  Chautauqua County Sheriff Jim Quattrone gave an update Tuesday on where the investigation stands, and says they anticipate charges "relatively soon" depending on follow up investigations.  Quattrone says one of the reasons an arrest has not been made is because of recent changes to New York State's discovery laws... because you can't continue an investigation now once an arrest is made.  Six people were reportedly involved in a dispute that led to the shooting, including Misciagno.


City woman arrested after child found wandering alone...
A city woman has been arrested for allegedly leaving her 2-year-old child unattended... and, left wandering in the area of West Ninth and Cherry Streets Monday night.  Jamestown police were on patrol in the area when officers were flagged down by two citizens shortly before 8 p.m.  Police say they had the 2-year-old with them... noting the child was alone.  Officers say it was about 30 to 40 minutes before they found 19 year-old Lynette Merced... and, arrested her for endangering the welfare of a child.  They say the child was found about two-blocks away from their home... but was not hurt.  The infant was turned over to another family member.


Della Pia "fearful" of what may happen in Congress if polarization becomes worse...
The Democratic candidate for the 23rd Congressional seat in this month's special election... and, the general election in November….. spoke to supporters Tuesday evening at Dow Park in Jamestown.  Owego's Max Della Pia says he is ‘fearful for what is going to come ahead... if we don’t have the right people in Congress.’  Della Pia says we need people moved by service to their country... not for political gain, power, or money.  The Republican primary for Congress on Aug. 23, the same day as the special election, is getting a lot of press.  Della Pia calls that a gift.  He says some people he's spoken with say they're kind of sick of "the polarization, the anger, the hate" in politics now.  Della Pia says he's not that kind of person. 


2021 Audit shows Jamestown "rainy day" fund growing...
The city of Jamestown wound up fiscal year 2021 with a very "positive financial result..." with revenues exceeding spending by about $4-million.  That from the city's third-party auditor... Accountant Carl Widmer with the firm Drescher and Malecki... which performed Jamestown's audit for the second year in a row.  Speaking to the City Council at Monday night's work session... Widmer noted that most of that was "unexpected revenues..." fueled mainly by sales tax proceeds that came in between $1.2-million to $2-million over budget.  In fact... he says the city has done well in it's budgeting the past five years... with the overall, undesignated fund balance... now at just over $6-million.  He says that's 17.2% of total year's revenues... which he says is well within what the Government Financial Officers Association recommends municipalities keep on hand for emergencies.  He says they should have 16.7% of annual funds... and he says the city is now just past that.  Widmer says having 2 to 3 months funding is most advisable. 
 
 

WJTN News Headlines for Tues., Aug. 9, 2022

Council Finance Committee approves added $3-million in ARPA funding for housing and property improvement programs...
The Jamestown City Council will vote later this month on adding another $3-million in American Rescue Plan Act funding to two programs to upgrade housing and other property improvement programs.  The Council's Finance Committee approved both measures last night.  Acting Committee Chairwoman Marie Carrubba says $1-million will be used to replenish the Building and Infrastructure Improvements program... which had been reduced to $500,000.  She says the action would restore the program to $1.5-million... which was the original amount.  The Finance Committee also approved adding $2-million to the city's Healthy Communities and Neighborhoods funds to support roof, private sewer, and water line repair and replacement.  Carrubba says there have been 130 requests for funding originally from the program... and, one-third were found to be eligible for the funding.  But, only 10 were found to be ineligible for funding.  The program was originally funded last March for $750,000.


City officials pleased with how Lucille Ball Comedy Festival went downtown...
Jamestown city officials are pleased with how last week's Lucille Ball Comedy Festival turned out following it's two-year, COVID pandemic hiatus.  City Council President Tony Dolce says he attended some of the events... and, says the attendance was great... and, the response very positive.  Mayor Eddie Sundquist echoed those sentiments... adding that downtown businesses were very pleased with how it all went.  Sundquist says it "was wonderful to see people back in Jamestown, and enjoying (the festival)."  He adds that he spoke with a number of business owners who were pleased to see business back to where it was before the pandemic.  Sundquist added that one local restaurant may be the beneficiary of some positive publicity.  He says he understands that eatery will soon be featured on the "Food Network" for what they did during the festival.  Several of the major activities from the five-day event... which ran last Wednesday through Sunday... were sold out.  


Woman from Gerry arrested for alleged assault with vehicle, and machete... 
A Gerry woman faces assault and menacing charges after she allegedly stuck another woman with her car... then struck her several times with the side of a machete.  State Police in Jamestown say they were called to a home in on Rt. 380 on a report of someone being struck by a vehicle.  Troopers say they found that 64 year-old Mary Butler was driving with four youths inside the car last Thursday... and, swerved to hit the woman, who was on the side of the road.  Police say Butler got out of the car... and, then struck the victim with the flat side of the machete.  Butler then fled the scene... and, the victim was taken to UPMC Chautauqua Hospital for treatment of non-life threatening injuries.  Butler was later found at her home... and, she was arrested for second-degree assault... second-degree menacing... second-degree reckless endangerment and four counts of endangering the welfare of a child.  She was processed... and, taken to the county jail pending arraignment.


Schumer highlights what Inflation Reduction Act will bring to upstate region...
New York's Senior U-S Senator is back in the state... and, is touting major victories in recent weeks... including Sunday's approval of the more than $700-billion Inflation Reduction Act.  During a Zoom conference with state-wide media Monday afternoon... Democrat Charles Schumer said "persistance" helped get the final legislation over the finish line... though it's less ambitious than President Joe Biden's original domestic goals.  Schumer says there will be upwards of 9-million new clean energy jobs created through the measure... and, "hundreds of thousands of those will be in upstate New York.  Several climate change tax credit and other programs are part of the package.  Schumer says they include alternative fuels for cars and trucks... including advancement of hydrogen technology being developed by Cummins' Jamestown Engine Plant.  In addition... Schumer says there will be funding to help lower energy costs for upstate New Yorkers in the bill.  The lowering of prescription drug costs is also part of the measure... including a $35-dollar cap on insulin costs for people on Medicare.  Finally... Schumer says the measure... which now heads back to the House of Representatives... includes $300-billion in deficit reduction.


Two county men sentenced in Chautauqua County Court...
Two Chautauqua County men have been sentenced to state prison time... one for illegal drug possession... and another for illegally possessing a loaded gun.  District Attorney Jason Schmidt says today that 37 year-old Richard Sendall of Brocton, received a determinate term of six years in prison... and, three years post-release supervision after having pled guilty to two counts of third-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance... both class B felonies.  Schmidt says Sendall entered the pleas back in May.  The two counts are from two separate incidents, one in the City of Jamestown and one in the Town of Ellery. 
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D.A. Schmidt also reports that 53 year-old Aaron Davis of Jamestown was sentenced to a determinate state prison term of five-years with 5 years post release supervision after having pled guilty to second-degree criminal possession of a weapon -- loaded firearm.  Schmidt says that's a class C felony.  The conviction occurred earlier this year in March 2022... and, Davis was sentenced as a violent felony offender after having two felony convictions within 10 years. 

WJTN News Headlines for Mon., Aug. 8, 2022

Pa. man arrested for alleged fight, and assault...
A North East, Pennsylvania man faces several charges after allegedly getting into a fight, and injuring that person early last Saturday morning in the town of Ripley.  Sheriff's officers were called to a home on the Northeast-Sherman Road just after 12:30 a.m., and, found that 58 year-old William Leamer physically hurt the other person... but, also intentionally damaged property belonging to that person.  Leamer is also accused of keeping that person from being able to call 9-1-1.  Deputies say the victim told them that Leamer had fled the scene on foot... and, officers called in the Department's K-9 Unit.  K-9 "Link" later found Leamer hiding in some tall grass, several hundred yards from the residence.  He was arrested on charges of third-degree assault... two counts of fourth-degree criminal mischief... and, resisting arrest... and, taken to the county jail pending centralized arraignment.


North county man arrested for DWI and allegedly using a cellphone in crash...
A Fredonia man has been arrested for allegedly driving while drunk... and, using his cellphone when his car crashed on the Ellery-Centralia Rd. in the town of Stockton early last Saturday.  Sheriff's officers were called to the scene about 1:30 a.m., and, found the operator was 19 year-old David Hahn.  Further investigation... troopers determined that Hahn was driving while intoxicated.  He's also accused of using his cell phone while driving.  Police arrested him for DWI... and, operating a motor vehicle while using a portable electronic device.  Hahn was issued appearance tickets for Stockton Town Court at a later date.


Gerry Rodeo sets more records for crowd size and competitors...
This year’s Gerry Rodeo..… the 77th annual..… will go down as one of the biggest and best.  That from Spokesman Paul Cooley... who says at 10,000 people attended the shows Wednesday through Saturday nights.  Cooley says -- inspite of threatening weather for two nights... it seemed to go around them, and the crowds were "just amazing."  He adds it was one of the biggest years in another way… with around 200 performers vying for prizes.  Cooley says they had a full contingent of bronc riders, something that's usually hard to find.  Some 3,000 roast beef dinners were served over the four days.  All the rodeo proceeds go to support the Gerry Fire Department’s operations for the next year.  Cooley thanked the 150 volunteers from all over the community who helped make the annual rodeo successful.


The 109th Ellington Town Picnic also a big success...
The town square in Ellington was jammed Saturday night with vendors, adults in lawn chairs, and kids with hula-hoops..… all listening to the music of Paul Zittel and Pure Country.  They were there for the 109th Ellington Town Picnic.  The picnic association’s President, Mat Pickup, proclaimed the event a success.  Pickup says they had some rainy weather on Friday night -- but, they got through it, and, the crowd came out then and Saturday night as well.  The Ellington Town Picnic is the longest running such event in the country….. and features some popular ‘old time’ competitions.  More than 20 entrants were registered for the baby show.  More than 30 people competed in the saw cutting contest, and 14 dogs and one hamster vied for prizes in the pet show.


Man from Indiana arrested in Stow for speeding, drug possession...
An Indiana man faces drug-related charges after his car was stopped for speeding on Interstate 86 in Stow late last week.  State Police in Jamestown say they stopped 36 year-old Brandon White of Pekin, IN. for speeding late Thursday... and, during the stop... they allegedly found him in possession of oxycodone pills, several packages of methamphetamine, and a digital scale with drug residue on it.  White was arrested for second-degree criminally using Drug Paraphernalia... and, two counts of seventh-degree criminal possession of a Controlled Substance.  He was processed at State Police headquarters... and issued appearance tickets for North Harmony Town Court at a later date.


Wendel pays tribube to Arden Johnson, and Howard Howlett on their passing...
Two men who were considered giants in the community for their work in local politics... and, public service... are being remembered on their recent passing.  The politician is retired Ellery Town Supervisor Arden Johnson... who passed away on July 30 at the age of 91.  Even though he had retired sometime back... County Executive P-J Wendel says the life-long Republican was still active in the community... like former county GOP Chairman Al Hendrickson... who passed away at age 90 last February.  The other passing Wendel recognized was that of long-time retired auto dealer Howard Howlett... who died at age 83.  Howlett was among the founders, with late Sheriff John Bentley, and Murray Marsh, of Starflight helicopter.  He passed away July 26.  Wendel made his comments for last weekend's "Community Spotlight" program on the six Media One Radio Group stations.


City man arrested for DWI, and leaving the scene of an accident...
A Jamestown man is accused of drunk driving after allegedly being involved in a property damage accident... and, driving off from the scene.  City police were called to a location on the westside about 5 p.m. last Friday for a driver leaving the scene.  Officers say they later spotted the suspect vehicle in the parking lot of the Jefferson Street Laundromat... and, found the driver, 78 year-old Bruce Ellis, was intoxicated.  Police say Ellis is charged with DWI... and, leaving the scene of a property damage accident.   No injuries were reported.


 
 

WJTN News Headlines for Fri., Aug. 5, 2022

Former Sherman village treasurer arrested for allegedly stealing more than $20,000 from village...
A former Sherman village treasurer has been arrested for allegedly stealing more than $20,000 in tax and fee payments from village residents.  State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli has announced that 54 year-old Ann Gilbert was taken into custody for allegedly using those payments to pay her own bills... and, for personal items from places like Dollar General, Walmart and others between 2012 and 2016.  The missing money was reported after DiNapoli's Office performed an audit earlier this year.  Gilbert... who now resides in Florida... was arrested by Chautauqua County Sheriff's Deputies on a charge of third-degree Grand Larceny.  DiNapoli's office worked with local District Attorney Jason Schmidt's Office.  The comptroller says "Gilbert allegedly betrayed her neighbors by pocketing tax payments to pay her personal expenses.  I thank District Attorney Schmidt and the Chautauqua County Sheriff’s Office for partnering with my office to hold her accountable.”  He added that, once Mayor Colleen Meeder found out about the missing money, she contacted his office.  Gilbert served as Sherman's treasurer from 2007 to 2016.


Tricky Forecast shows strong chance of rain at times through the weekend...
There will be a strong chance of rain at times  through Sunday.  That from Forecaster Kirk Apffel with the National Weather Service in Buffalo... who told us Thursday that the greatest probability is coming before the weekend.  Apffel says rain will be a little more widespread later in the day Friday.  Apfell says the current atmospheric conditions make the rain difficult to predict.  Organizers of outdoor events and those who want to attend are advised to keep an eye on the radar and be prepared for quick changes in conditions.


Gerry Rodeo has sell-outs for first two nights of performances...
There was a prediction of thunderstorms last night... but, they stayed away... and more than 2,000 fans were on hand to watch the second-night of the Gerry Rodeo.  A special tribute was held at the beginning for military members, first responders, and health care workers by having them stand to a prolonged ovation from the fans.  Another large number of rodeo cowboys and cowgirls took part... with Bareback bronc riding kicked off the competition with seven of the nine cowboys making successful rides.  However... only three of the ten cowgirls were able to successfully rope their calves in the breakaway roping event.  There was a capacity crowd on hand for the first night Wednesday at the 77th annual rodeo... and they saw a record number of cowboys and cowgirls begin competition.  The rodeo continues tonight through Saturday at the Rodeo Grounds in Gerry.


Ellington Picnic gets underway tonight, and continues through Sunday...
Of all the events happening in the Jamestown area this weekend, none has a longer history than the Ellington Town Picnic.  This weekend's is the 109th in the series.  Picnic Association President, Mat Pickup, says they offer all kinds of 'traditional  fun'... especially on Saturday with a baby show, a pet show, wood cutting, and a chicken barbecue.  The activities are centered around the town square in Ellington.  There is no admission charge.  There will be bounce houses at the picnic for the first time in two years.  The Ellington Town Picnic begins tonight with music and vendors... runs all day until fireworks on Saturday, with a few concluding events Sunday.  The full schedule is available on the 'Ellington Town Picnic' Facebook page.  


Wendel: No Monkeypox seen yet in Chautauqua County...
Chautauqua County officials are monitoring the Monkeypox situation... though it's not contracted through either casual contact or close proximity to an infected person.  That from County Executive P-J Wendel... who says there have still been no cases detected in the county.  However... there have been at least two in nearby Erie County.  Wendel says he's also talked with New York's Health Commissioner, Dr. Mary Basset, about it during a Zoom call.  He says there are a couple of specific "risk groups" involved, and they need to be careful.  Unlike COVID-19... which is spread through the air... Wendel says Monkeypox is contracted by "skin to skin" contact... and, he says it's not through "casual contact, either."  Prior to Erie County's cases... Wendel says the closest case was in Chemung County.  The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports the monkeypox virus is spreading mostly through close, intimate contact with someone who has it... and, you can take steps to prevent getting monkeypox and lower your risk during sexual contact.  For more information... go to cdc.gov.


The 2022 Chautauqua Vintage Book & Paper Show is set for Saturday in Mayville...
A vintage book and paper show and sale is going on tomorrow in Mayville to benefit the Jamestown Trolley Car Restoration Project.  The show is being held this year in a new and larger location... the Chautauqua Suites... from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.  Organizers say the Chautauqua Vintage Book and Paper Show will feature over 20 different dealers on hand selling a large variety of items, including vintage and rare books, first editions, antiquarian books, local history, postcards, photography, maps,  historic documents, posters, sports memorabilia, comic books, trade cards, sheet music, and more.  Once again... that runs from 10 until 4 tomorrow at Chautauqua Suites in Mayville.  Admission is $5 per person.


 

WJTN News Headlines for Thurs., Aug. 4, 2022

City man arrested on drug trafficking charges following traffic stop...
A Jamestown man has been arrested for allegedly being in possession of several kinds of illegal drugs after his car was stopped for not signaling a turn on the city's eastside.  City police say officers conducted a traffic stop in the area of Pine and East Fifth Streets just after 6 a.m. Tuesday... and, found the driver, identified as 38 year-old Stephen Glover, Sr., had a suspended license.  Glover was arrested for second-degree unlicensed operation.  A further search of the vehicle yielded a quantity of methamphetamine, Fentanyl, and digital scales.  Glover was taken to the city jail pending arraignement on charges of third-and seventh-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance.... second-degree criminally Using Drug Paraphernalia... and, failure to signal prior to 100 feet of a turn.


Jamestown man gets 5 years in prison for burglary, and attempted burglary...
A city man has been sentenced to five-years in state prison for second-degree attempted burglary... along with five-years supervised parole.  Chautauqua County District Attorney Jason Schmidt says 46 year-old David Spunaugle recently received the jail term from County Court Judge David Foley.  Schmidt says Spunaugle was also given to 2-to-4 years indeterminate in state prison on his conviction for a third-degree burglary charge... which will run concurrently.  Schmidt says Spanaugle was awaiting a court date on the attempted burglary charge when he burglarized another person’s home.  The D-A thanked both State Police, and Jamestown Police for their investigation of these two cases.


Gerry Rodeo draws capacity crowd for opening night...
There was a capacity crowd on hand for the opening performance of the 77th annual Gerry Rodeo last night... and they saw a record number of cowboys and cowgirls begin competition.  Spokesman Paul Cooley reports the "very physically demanding bareback bronc riding" event kicked off the action with three cowboys making successful rides.  The top rider was Louisiana's Kade Sonnier, who scored 82 points.  The 10 steer wrestlers had little success in throwing their steers to the arena dirt.  Cooley says only Terrek Keller of Fredonia, Pennsylvania, was able to leap from his speeding horse, grab his steer by the horns, and wrestle it to the ground in a very fast 5.5 seconds.  The rodeo continues tonight through Saturday at the Rodeo Grounds in Gerry.


Lucille Ball Comedy Festival gets fully-underway today...
The Lucille Ball Comedy Festival is fully-underway in Jamestown... and, the immediate area... with more than 50 events taking place through Sunday.  The first big show will be held tonight at the Reg Lenna Center for the Arts when Margaret Cho takes the stage at 7 p.m.  National Comedy Center Director Journey Gunderson says Cho worked hard to become one of the best comediannes ever... and, they're happy to have her.  There are still tickets remaining for Margaret Cho's performance at the Reg Lenna.  Friday night's first show for legend Jeff Foxworthy at 7 p.m. is sold out.  However... the Comedy Center's website shows his second performance at 9:30 still has a "limited number" of tickets left.  The final headliner program on Saturday with Saturday Night Live Legends David Spade, Kevin Nealon and Rob Schneider is also sold out.  For more information... go on-line to ComedyCenter.org.


Gillibrand calls on Biden Administration to use Defense Production Act to make more monkeypox vaccines...
New York's junior U.S. Senator is calling on the Biden Administration to invoke the Defense Production Act to increase domestic production and access to monkeypox vaccines.  Democrat Kirsten Gillibrand says... as monkeypox spreads through-out the United States... more than one in 4 case in the U-S are in New York State.  During a video press conference Wednesday... Gillibrand added that New York has declared  State Disaster Emergency in response to the outbreak... noting that the state has been allotted 170,000 vaccine doses from the federal government.  She says there are currently more than 6,000 confirmed cases of monkeypox in the U.S., including several in children, and New York State has emerged as a center of the outbreak.  She adds that case are expected to rise, but the U.S. does not currently have enough vaccines to protect all at-risk individuals.  In fact... she says of the 170,000 doses being sent to New York... 90,000 are going to New York City.  Gillibrand says invoking the Defense Production Act would give the president the authority to mandate that corporations and manufacturers accelerate production of this critical vaccine. 


Gasoline prices down again this week in Jamestown-area...
The price for a gallon of regular, unleaded gasoline in the Jamestown-area has fallen by nearly 10-cents from what it was at the beginning of last week.  But, while the price is now more than 30-cents a gallon less than a month ago... it's still nearly $1.25 more than this time last year.  The AAA East Central's Gas Price Report says the price began the week at just under $4.56 a gallon.  However, it's now down in many places to just under $4.53 a gallon.  AAA says national average price has fallen 14 cents over the past week to $4.21.  About half the stations in the country are now selling gas at less than $4 a gallon.  While gasoline consumption is up... the crude oil price remains under $100 a barrel at just over $98.


 

WJTN News Headlines for Wed., Aug. 3, 2022

Spanaugle sentenced on burglary/attempted burglary charges...
A Jamestown man convicted of third-degree burglary... and, attempted burglary... has been sentenced to five-years in state prison.  Chautauqua County District Attorney Jason Schmidt says 46 year-old David Spunaugle received the jail term... and, five years supervised parole... from County Court Judge David Foley.  Foley says Spunaugle was given to 2-to-4 years indeterminate in state prison on his conviction for the third-degree burglary charge... which will run concurrently.  Schmidt says Spanaugle was awaiting a court date on the attempted burglary charge when he burglarized another person’s home.  


Preliminary cause given on fire at Fredonia tavern... 
It appears that Monday afternoon's fire that damaged Heenan's Irish Pub in Fredonia started accidently.  The Post-Journal reported late Tuesday that Chautauqua County fire investigators determined that village crews burning weeds on the sidewalk in the area likely sparked flames that caught the side of the building on fire.  Fredonia Fire Chief Josh Myers says the call came in as a fire on an exterior wall shortly before 3 p.m., and on arrival, saw the fire going on the outside, but, adds it was moving into the interior at the same time.  Fredonia crews got mutual aid at the scene from the city of Dunkirk and Sheridan crews.  Fredonia Mayor Doug Essek, who is also a volunteer firefighter, praised the work of the fire crews.  Essek says there's always concern over a fire in an older building where flames can travel quickly.  County fire investigators were later brought to the scene... and, it's believed the fire started on the exterior of the building at ground level. 


Suspect sought in Seneca Casino robbery in Cattaraugus County...
State Police in Cattaraugus County are asking for the public's help in finding the suspect in an armed robbery at Seneca Gaming and Entertainment Oil Springs Casino in the town of Ischua.   Troopers in Machias say the unidentified man entered the casino just before 11 p.m. last Saturday night... displaying what appeared to be a semi-automatic handgun, and carrying a cloth shopping bag.  They say the man approached the cashier cage where he demanded money.  The suspect appeared to be an average build white male and approximately 5'9" inches tall... and, he was wearing a camouflage shirt, hat, mask, dark sweatpants and black sneakers with white trim.   The suspect appeared to be wearing transparent gloves with the words LOVE either tattooed on his knuckles or drawn on the gloves.  He left on foot with cash in the shopping bag, as well as a cashier drawer.  Anyone with information can contact State Police at 585-344-6200.  


Borrello introduces legislation to eliminate Farm Laborer's Wage Board...
Local State Senator George Borrello has made good on his word... and, has introduced legislation in Albany that would eliminate the three-member Farm Laborers Wage Board.  A companion measure in the State Assembly has been introduced by Ranking Minority Agriculture Committee member, Chris Tague.  The wage board was established as part of Farm Laborers Fair Labor Practices Act approved in 2019.  Borrello says the board is charged with making a recommendation on reducing the current 60-hour overtime threshold for farm workers to 40 hours.  Back in January... Borrello says more than 70% of the testimony given during public hearings was concerns over the harm that such a measure would cause.  Borrello says "the wage board has just one member with an agricultural background, making it ill-equipped to render sound, informed decisions concerning New York State’s critically-important agriculture industry."  The board is to meet next on September 6th to make it's final report and recommendations to state leaders.


Annual Gerry Rodeo set for 77th edition to begin tonight...
About 200 professional rodeo cowboys and cowgirls will be taking part in the 77th Gerry Rodeo... which is set to begin tonight at the grounds of Rt. 60.  The first performance will be held at 8 p.m., and will feature several men's divisions... and, two for the women this year.  Long-time rodeo Spokesman, Paul Cooley... says the rodeo's stock contractor and producer... Painted Pony from Lake Lucerne, New York... is back again.  He said Tuesday they've brought more than 100 head of bulls and horses this year.  Florida's Brinson James is this year's rodeo clown... and, entertainer.  It's the 28 year-olds first time at Gerry... and, told our Dennis Webster that he's enjoyed his short stay so far.  James has been a rodeo clown the past 10 years... and, says he's been to most of the major rodeos in North America... including the Calgary Stampede in Canada.  The Gerry Rodeo runs each night... tonight through Saturday beginning at 8 p.m.  The Gerry Fire Department will also be selling their traditional beef barbecue dinners beginning at 5.  For more information... go on-line to gerryrodeo.org.


Attica Book Ban Lifted...
New York state prison authorities have lifted a ban on a book about the 1971 Attica uprising following a First Amendment lawsuit.  Author Heather Ann Thompson, a historian and professor at the University of Michigan, sued the state's prisons in March in Manhattan federal court over the censorship of her book ``Blood in the Water: The Attica Uprising of 1971.''  Prison official said last week in a letter to a Manhattan federal judge that they would dismiss the ban... but, will cut out a two-page map from all copies for security purposes.


 

WJTN News Headlines for Tues., Aug. 2, 2022

Fredonia pub damaged by fire Monday afternoon...
No one was hurt... but, a mid-afternoon fire Monday damaged a long-time tavern in the north count village of Fredonia.  Chautauqua County fire investigators say Fredonia fire crews were called to Heenan's Bar at 39 East Main Street about 3 p.m., and, crews were able to extinguish the blaze quickly.  Fredonia got mutual aid at the scene from city of Dunkirk, and Sheridan firefighters.  Investigators were called in... and, say they determined the fire on the exterior of the building at ground level.  They add the investigation will continue. 


County BOE reminds residents that early voting for special election and GOP primary beings Aug. 6...
Early voting begins a week from this coming Saturday, Aug. 6 for the special election and Republican primary for New York's 23rd Congressional District.  The Chautauqua County Board of Elections will be utilizing four locations in the county for that.  That from Republican Elections Commissioner Brian Abram... who says the Special Election to fill out the remaining four months of former Congresman Tom Reed's term... pits Republican Joe Sempelinski against Democrat Max Della Pia.  Abram says both that, and the Republican primary between state GOP leader Nick Langworthy and Buffalo-area developer Carl Paladino are running at the same time.  Sempelinski is Reed's former chief of staff.  Any registered voter can take part in the Special Election.  However... Abram emphasizes that only Republicans will receive the second ballot to vote for either State GOP Chairman Nick Langworthy, or Buffalo Developer Carl Paladino for the primary to run for a full, two-year term in the 23rd District against Della Pia in November.  Meanwhile... Abram says all polling locations in the county will be open on Tuesday, Aug. 23, from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m.


Sinclairville man arrested for attempted assault...
A man from Sinclairville has been arrested for allegedly trying to assault another person during an altercation in the village early Monday afternoon.  Sheriff's deputies were called to a location on Main Street in Sinclairville about 12:30 p.m. for an "assault in progress."  Officers say their investigation led to the arrest of 31 year-old Ronald Dunam, Junior after he allegedly struck another individual.  They say Dunam was charged with third-degree attempted assault... and, taken to the county jail pending arraignment.


Alleged domestic in Cattaraugus County leads to arrest of Jametown woman...
Cattaraugus County Sheriff's officers say an alleged domestic incident involving two women in the town of Randolph has led to the arrest of a Jamestown woman.  Sheriff's deputies in Little Valley were called to the scene on Windmill Road Sunday morning... and, saw the vehicle of one woman trying to leave the scene.  Officers say they found both women inside the car once they stopped it... and found that one, identified as 45 year-old Tammy Wendell, had a warrant for her arrest.  She was taken into custody... and, issued an appearance ticket for Randolph Town Court.  Sheriff's officers say the domestic incident was investigated... but no other charges were filed.


Borrello wishes new president and CEO at Brooks Hospital the best in trying to turn it around...
State Senator George Borrello is reacting to the recent announcement of a new President and Chief Executive Officer of Brooks-TLC Hospital in Dunkirk.  The Sunset Bay Republican says he looks forward to working with Kenneth Morris, who succeeds Mary LaRowe who is left the post Monday for retirement.  Borrello says "we'll support them..." but, warns there needs to be more transparency as to what's going on there.  Meanwhile... Borrello says a special task force will hold its first meeting to analyze Brooks-TLC's plan for a new hospital and present a better plan.  Borrello says he, Assemblyman Andy Goodell... and, County Executive P-J Wendel were part of the effort to create the panel.  He says it's crucial that a plan is developed for the hospital that's financially sustainable.


City Council approves "Vision Zero" traffic safety policy...
The Jamestown City Council has approved a new highway design policy that says traffic fatalities are "preventable" versus "inevitable."  Lawmakers recently adopted the policy called "Vision Zero..." which began in places like Sweden in the mid 1990s as a new approach to dealing with traffic safety for motorists, pedestrians and bike riders.  Mayoral Assistant Zach Altschuler has been the point-man for the city on the effort... and, says the policy recognizes that people -- driver's aren't perfect -- so mistakes need to be considered when making decisions.  Altschuler presented the police to the Public Safety Committee... which then approved it to go before the full city council.  Council President Tony Dolce says traffic has been one of the biggest issues facing Jamestown because it's an older city... that began at a time when there was really no vehicular travel at all.  In addition to cars... he says motorcycles and bicycles are part of the equation.  Dolce says that's especially been the case around the neighborhood elementary and junior high schools.  He says they were built at a time where there wasn't as much vehicular traffic in those areas.

 

WJTN News Headlines for Monday, Aug. 1, 2022

Jamestown man arrested for alleged stabbings at Wine Cellar...
A city man is free on $25,000 bail after allegedly slashing multiple people with a sharp object during a large fight outside the Wine Cellar bar in downtown Jamestown.  City police were called to the scene on North Main Street at closing time Saturday... 2 a.m.  On arrival... an officer spotted 23 year-old Codie DJ Swartz -- and began a foot pursuit with the man after being told that he had stabbed some of them.  After a brief chase... Swartz was taken into custody with no further incident.  Police say the victims suffered lacerations in the incident.  Swartz is charged with two counts of second-degree assault... tampering with physical evidence... fourth-degree criminal possession of a Weapon... and, second-degree obstructing governmental administration.  He was sent to the county jail where he posted bail.


Man from Ashville arrested for menacing with a baseball bat...
An Ashville man has been arrested for allegedly threatening another person with a baseball bat... and, damaging that person's property with it.  Sheriff's officers were called to 8248 Griswold Rd. 9:30 Sunday morning... and learned that 47 year-old Mason Riggle had threatened the person, and damaged their property.  Riggle was arrested for third-degree criminal mischief... and second-degree menacing... and, taken to the county jail for centralized arraignment.


Chautauqua Co. included with 21 total now under a NYS Drought Watch...
There are now 21 New York state counties -- including Chautauqua and Cattaraugus -- that are under a Drought Watch due to a lack of rain.  Governor Kathy Hochul late Friday directed the state Department of Environmental Conservation to issue a drought watch for those counties after consulting with the state Drought Management Task Force, and federal agencies.  The state is encouraging residents in affected counties -- especially those dependent on private groundwater wells -- to conserve water whenever possible during the coming weeks.  Hochul says "recent rains across the state were not enough to address the dry conditions that have persisted this year."  In addition to Chautauqua and Cattaraugus Counties... those in the drought watch area also include Allegany and Erie.  While few public water supply challenges have been reported due to dry conditions, below-normal precipitation during the last three months, low streamflows, and low groundwater levels prompted the need for action to ensure adequate public water supplies.


Borrello raising concern over upcoming meeting of Farm Laborers Wage Board...
Chautauqua County's two representatives on the state legislature are expressing concern over a meeting of the Farm Laborers Wage Board in early September.  The Board is expected to vote to advance their recommendations, and final report during the meeting set for Sept. 6.  Back in January... the board voted 2-1 to lower the threshold to 40 hours for farm laborers before overtime kicks in.  Borrello says if Governor Kathy Hochul and her administration accepts the recommendation, it would become the biggest challenge facing farmers.  He adds that Hochul has proposed a tax credit for those farmers... but, he says they've only created a "fund" in the budget with no details.  Labor unions and other organizations favor the move to lower the threshold to 40 hours, saying it would give migrant farmers workers a more fair wage.  But Borrello... who is the ranking member on the Senate's Agriculture Committee... has a different view.  Borrello says he and Assemblyman Andy Goodell have introduced legislation that would eliminate the Farm Laborers Wage Board.


Woman from Arkwright arrested for trepassing in weekend incident...
A woman from Arkwright is accused of trespassing inside a Center Road home in the town she was not allowed to be in.  Sheriff's deputies were called to the scene shortly after 2 p.m. last Saturday... and, found that 55 year-old Ida Weber Smith had entered, and remained unlawfully inside the home.  Smith was found, and taken into custody for second-degree criminal trespass... and, further investigation found that she had also violated an order of protection.  Smith was also charged with second-degree criminal contempt... and, taken to the county jail for arraignment.  She was issued appearance tickets for Arkwright Town Court.


77th Gerry Rodeo set to begin this Wednesday night...
The town of Gerry will again become "Rodeo City" this Wednesday when the 77th Gerry Rodeo gets underway at the rodeo grounds off Route 60.  The four-day event run goes through next Saturday, Aug. 6... with shows beginning each night at 8 p.m.  Rodeo Spokesman Paul Cooley says the rodeo's traditional beef barbecue dinners will also be served beginning at 5 p.m. each night.  If you've never had one before... Cooley says you need to try one.  He says they cook about 1,000 pounds of beef over an open fire each day, and serve it with potatoes and other sides, plus drinks.  The rodeo was one of the few events actually held last year, as the COVID-19 pandemic continued... and, that helped the Gerry event set some attendance and other records in 2021.  This year... Cooley says they're hoping to at least equal that success.  He says they'll also have about 20 vendors on hand... selling everything from cotton candy, to western wear and fried dough.  Cooley says they have a new, ladies event this year... cowgirls break-away roping... which has been added to the traditional timed barrel racing.  Proceeds support the Gerry Fire Department.  For more information... including tickets... go on-line to gerryrodeo.org... or call 985-4847.


 

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