Troopers charge trio of Brocton residents
PERRYSBURG – Three Brocton men face charges after an alert citizen reported suspicious activity to troopers stationed out of the Collins barracks.
Troopers were advised Friday by a Perrysburg resident of a vehicle being repeatedly parked in a business parking lot during off hours. The resident reported seeing three younger men exiting the vehicle, which had out of state plates. The trio appeared to be dressed in outdoor gear and would walk toward the J N Adams complex.
After obtaining the vehicle and occupants description, troopers monitored the area through the weekend.
Early Sunday, the vehicle was located, unoccupied, in the parking lot of the closed business. A check of the registration revealed it was a rental car. Authorities contacted the rental agency, which confirmed a rental agreement with an uninvolved female.
Additional state police personnel responded to the area, in an attempt to locate the vehicle’s occupants. At daylight, the three occupants were observed walking from the complex, back toward the rental car. After failing to properly signal for a turn, the vehicle was stopped and troopers interviewed the occupants.
Admissions by all three men revealed no one had a valid driver’s license, nor were any of them listed on the required rental agreement, providing them authority to operate the vehicle in New York state.
After conflicting stories, the three men, identified as Gregory A. Dzielski, 30. Mark R. Dzielski, 27, and Justin L. Eck, 30, all from the village of Brocton, were taken into custody.
Prior to towing the vehicle, troopers located a small amount of heroin, as well as a hypodermic syringe within the vehicle.
All were transported to the Collins State Police Barracks, where they were processed and charged with third-degree criminal trespass.
Mark R. Dzielski was also charged with seventh-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance and possession of a hypodermic instrument. The trio are due in Perrysburg Court on a later date.
City woman charged with petit larceny
- On Thursday, Fredonia troopers charged Maureen A. Pagan, 56, of West Courtney Street with petit larceny.
Pagan reportedly stole merchandise from TJ Maxx located on Vineyard Drive.
She was given an appearance ticket.
Lakewood man charged with DWI
BUSTI – On Saturday, Chautauqua County sheriff’s deputies charged Guy E. Lyons, 76, of Lakewood with driving while intoxicated, failure to use designated lane, and driving across hazardous markers.
A sheriff’s patrol reportedly observed a vehicle driving entirely on the shoulder of the road. The vehicle turned onto Southwestern Drive and reportedly continued to drive entirely outside the designated travel lane.
Deputies stopped the vehicle and identified the driver as Lyons.
Additional charges are pending the outcome of a chemical blood test. Lyons is scheduled to appear in the Town of Busti Court.
Chautauqua County Sheriff’s Office
- On Jan. 6, a Dunkirk man was charged with driving while intoxicated, DWI per se blood alcohol content .08 percent or higher and insufficient tail lamps.
Around 3:15 a.m., deputies stopped a vehicle on Route 60 in the town of Dunkirk for insufficient tail lamps. Jacob Stern, 21, of Dunkirk, was found to be the operator and investigation into the stop led to the arrest of Stern for driving while intoxicated. He was issued traffic tickets.
- BUSTI – On Saturday, a Lakewood man was charged with DWI, failure to use designated lane and driving across hazardous markings.
Around 9:35 p.m. sheriff’s patrol observed a vehicle driving entirely on the shoulder of the road on Baker Street Extension in the town of Busti.
The vehicle turned onto Southwestern Drive and continued to drive entirely outside the designated travel lane.
Deputies stopped the vehicle and identified the operator as Guy E. Lyons, 76, of Lakewood. Following an interview and investigation, deputies arrested Lyons for driving while intoxicated. He was taken into custody and charged with DWI, failure to use designated lane, and driving across hazardous markings. Additional charges are pending the outcome of a chemical blood test. Lyons was later released to appear in Busti town court later.
- CHAUTAUQUA – On Monday, a Chautauqua woman was charged with second-degree aggravated harassment.
Rachael A Blanchard, 30, of Mayville was charged with second-degree aggravated harassment after it was alleged that she called and sent unwanted and harassing text messages to another individual. Blanchard was issued an appearance ticket and will answer the charge in the town of Chautauqua court.
- MAYVILLE – On Sunday, the Chautauqua County Sheriff’s Office announced a name can be removed from the county wanted list.
Gary J Bonet-Velez, 27, of Jamestown, was wanted by the sheriff’s office for third-degree burglary. Bonet-Velez was arrested in Florida and is currently in Hillsboro County jail in Florida. He will be extradited back to New York state once the proper paper work is completed to appear for charges.