Chautauqua County Sheriff’s Office
CARROLL – Thomas C. Wallace, 22, of Frewsburg was charged with endangering the welfare of a child on Friday. At 12:30 p.m. Sheriff deputies responded to a civil complaint in the town of Carroll on Warren Road. The complaint escalated into Wallace allegedly threatening harm to an uninvolved 11-year-old boy. Wallace was released on an appearance ticket for the Town of Carroll Court.
JAMESTOWN – Jamestown Police arrested a burglary suspect early Thursday morning.
Sky P. Ryder, 27, of Jamestown was arrested early morning in connection with a burglary. Police investigated a burglary that had occurred overnight on West Harrison Street. Investigators were able to locate some personal property as well as forensic evidence at the scene that linked Ryder to the crime. Police located Ryder sleeping outside of his Spring Street apartment early Thursday and the subsequent investigation led to Ryder being charged with third-degree burglary, fifth-degree criminal possession of stolen property and petit larceny.
Further investigation revealed that Ryder also committed a burglary on May 21 at a Forest Avenue residence. He was additionally charged with burglary, larceny and criminal possession of stolen property. Ryder is currently being held in the Jamestown City Jail awaiting arraignment.
Westfield Police Department
Nathan J. Jaynes, 29, of Fredonia was taken into custody on an arrest warrant on May 18. Police came into contact with Jaynes behind a local business on East Main Street shortly before 3 a.m. Jaynes had a valid arrest warrant from Fredonia Police Department. He was arrested and turned over to the Fredonia Police Department.
An 18-year-old youth was charged with resisting arrest, obstruction of governmental administration, criminal mischief, disorderly conduct and second-degree harassment on May 19.
Police responded to an East Main Street bar for a fight after 2 a.m. Upon arrival, officers found multiple disorderly subjects, including the 18 year old. The youth would not comply with officers’ commands to leave the area and did continue to yell obscenities toward police. The youth did allegedly push a police officer and did resist arrest causing a physical altercation. Further investigation led to the determination that the youth smashed a cell phone of a patrol at a local bar leading to a fourth-degree criminal mischief charge. The youth was arraigned in the Village of Westfield Court and bail was set at $2,000 cash or $4,000 property.
Robert C. Ervolina, 23, of South Dayton was charged with failure to dim headlights on May 19. Police stopped Ervolina’s vehicle on East Main Street for a traffic infraction at 1 a.m. During the stop it was found a passenger, Haley Zilka, 21, of West Seneca was in possession of a small quantity of marijuana and was subsequently charged with unlawful possession of marijuana. Another passenger, Chelsea M. Bridge, 22, of Hamburg was found in possession of oxycodone pills, adderall pills, ecstasy and a small quantity of marijuana. She was charged with three counts of seventh-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance, unlawful possession of marijuana, and two counts of possessing a controlled substance outside of its original container. Ervolina and Zilka were released on appearance tickets for Village of Westfield Court. Bridge was arraigned and sent to the Chautauqua County Jail in lieu of bail.
Daniel Dunmore, 22, of Washington Street was charged with second-degree harassment on May 20. Police responded to a harassment complaint from a victim on Washington Street just before 10 p.m. It is alleged that Dunmore stated he was going to stab the victim. Dunmore was released on appearance tickets for the Village of Westfield Court.