Area Police

Dunkirk Police

Louis J. Ippolito, 76, of West Lake Road was charged with second-degree harassment on Jan. 26.

Janice N. Zayas, 21, of Central Avenue was charged with having a suspended registration and unlicensed operator Jan. 26.

Marilyn V. Carbballo-Dominicci, 40, of East Front Street was charged with failure to stop at a flashing red light and unlicensed operator on Jan. 28.

Ramon B. Acevedo, 53, of East Second Street was charged with having inadequate brake lights and unlicensed operation on Jan. 28.

Jason E. Lack, 31, of Park Avenue was charged with obstruction on Jan. 28 with a bench warrant.

Florencio Castro-San-tiago, 21, of South Gazelle Street was charged with unlicensed operator, having no insurance and having no stop lamps on Jan. 29.

Cherish M. Loomis, 32, of Leopard Street was charged with fugitive from justice on Jan. 29.

Michael A. Orazio, 42, of Forestville was charged with third-degree aggravated unlicensed operation on Jan. 29.

Marielis Rodriguez, 26, of Monroe Street was charged with failure to stop at a red light and unlicensed operation on Jan. 30.

Erie man charged as fugitive from justice

ELLICOTT – On Sunday, the New York State Police at Jamestown investigated a report of multiple disorderly individuals at the McDonald’s Restaurant on North Main Street Extension.

Troopers located five individuals, including a 19-year-old male who identified himself as “Jonathan Larson,” of Erie, Pa., seated inside the restaurant. Management personnel there reported an earlier altercation between the group and another customer took place. They asked that the five leave the business. Troopers escorted the group outside.

Once outside, Larson and an 18-year-old female began a verbal disagreement which reportedly ended with Larson yelling profanities at the woman. Larson was taken into custody for disorderly conduct and transported to the Jamestown barracks.

He was arraigned in the Town of Ellicott Court and remanded to the Chautauqua County Jail in lieu of $500 bail. When Larson arrived at the jail, personnel determined he was actually Justin J. Kaliszewski, 22, of Erie, Pa. He was then charged with second-degree criminal impersonation, second-degree obstructing governmental administration and disorderly conduct.

Kaliszewski was again transported. While there, officers contacted the Millcreek Township Police Department. It was learned that Kaliszewski was wanted for second-degree burglary and the agency requested his extradition. Kaliszewski was re-arraigned in the Town of Ellicott Court and remanded to the Chautauqua County Jail in lieu of $5,00 bail on the New York charges. No bail was affixed to the fugitive from justice charge.

Kaliszewski is scheduled to appear in the Town of Ellicott Court on Feb. 28.

State Police

at Jamestown

RANDOLPH – On Wednesday, Jennifer Hodges, 41, of Randolph was charged with three counts of second-degree criminal possession of a forged instrument.

State police interviewed a subject who reported that Hodges had been receiving and holding checks from a piece of property they held jointly.

It was reported that Hodges would receive the check, but instead of giving it to the person for whom it was intended, forged the complainant’s signature and kept the money herself. This reportedly happened three times.

Hodges was processed and released with appearance tickets for the Town of Randolph Court.

ELLICOTT – On Saturday, Amber Feldt, 30, of Jamestown was charged with driving while intoxicated. Troopers pulled her over on Route 394 for reportedly following a plow too closely. Feldt reportedly failed several sobriety tests.

She was transported to state police barracks in Jamestown. The breath sample she provided there was reported to be .11 percent. She was processed, issued tickets to the Town of Ellicott Court, and released to a sober individual.

ELLERY – On Sunday, Natalie Rosario, 19, of Erie, Pa., was charged for driving while intoxicated and unlawful possession of marijuana.

Initially a trooper was sent to a noise complaint on Greenhurst Avenue. He reportedly observed Rosario driving down the road with no lights on and then coming to a stop in the middle of the roadway. Rosario reportedly failed several field sobriety tests and a gram of marijuana was reportedly located in the backseat of Rosario’s car.

Rosario was transported to state police barracks where she provided a breath sample reported at .12 percent. She was processed, issued tickets returnable to the Town of Ellery Court and released to a sober individual.

State troopers

in Olean charge Salamanca woman

ALLEGANY – On Sunday, Misty Luce, 30, of Salamanca was charged with three counts of third-degree burglary, one count of second-degree criminal contempt, one count of seventh-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance, three counts of possession of a hypodermic instrument and several vehicle and traffic law violations.

Troopers received a complaint from Wal-Mart located at 1869 Plaza Drive regarding Luce, who was a suspect in several larcenies at the store. Luce fled the store prior to arrival of the officers.

Information about Luce’s vehicle was distributed by radio and a patrol from state police in Olean attempted to make a traffic stop. Reportedly Luce stopped her vehicle at a residence in Salamanca and ran into a residence. She was taken into custody with the assistance of the Salamanca Police Department without further incident.

Luce was processed, arraigned, and remanded to the Cattaraugus County Jail in lieu of $10,000 cash or $20,000 property bond.