Melvin J. Ingram, 35, of Buffalo was charged with second-degree harassment and criminal obstruction of breathing on Jan. 30.
David Anzalone, 29, of King Street was charged with having driver view obstructed, no insurance and unlicensed operation Jan. 30.
Brenda L. Horr, 33, of Westfield was charged with second-degree aggravated unlicensed operation, having no headlights and no insurance on Jan. 30.
Susan L. Lilly, 39, of Fredonia was charged with two counts of seventh-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance and second-degree obstruction Jan. 30.
Martha Rosado, 32, of Columbus Avenue was charged with third-degree assault on Jan. 31.
Shaquille Thomas, 18, of Park Avenue was charged with fifth-degree criminal possession of marijuana Jan. 31 on a previous charge.
Francisco A. Beras, 21, of Main Street was charged with third-degree aggravated unlicensed operation, having no insurance and failure to notify DMV of address change on Jan. 31.
Maria A. Rios, 27, of Fredonia was charged with second-degree harassment on Feb. 1.
Timothy P. Kulig, 24, of East Sixth Street was charged with disorderly conduct on Feb. 2.
Chautauqua County Sheriff’s Office
ELLINGTON – On Sunday around 6 p.m., Renee L. Paulisick, 38, of Kennedy, was operating a vehicle northbound on Waterboro Hille Road in Ellington when she lost control of her vehicle in the snow and slushy road surface. Police say she overcorrected and went off the east side of the road and the car overturned. Both Paulisick and her passenger, 15-year-old Katrina L. Paulisick, were transported to WCA Hospital by rescue units. The operator was reported uninjured but going to the hospital to be checked, and passenger complained of head and neck pain.
SILVER CREEK – On Monday, a woman was charged with obstuction of governmental administration and resisting arrest.
Around 2 a.m., deputies were assisting Silver Creek Police with an incident. At that time, it is alleged Kim M. Perry, 46, of Silver Creek, did approach officers and attempt to interfere with the arrest of two subjects. After being warned multiple times to leave the area, deputies attempted to place Perry into custody for obstruction of governmental administration. Perry resisted arrest and after a brief struggle was taken into custody, then later released with appearance tickets for the town of Hanover court at a later date.