Jamestown man charged with unlawful possession of marijuana

KIANTONE – On July 7, state police from Jamestown charged Andrew Mattson, 21, of Jamestown with unlawful possession of marijuana.

A trooper pulled Mattson over on Route 62 for a reported traffic violation. While speaking to him, the officer reportedly observed a glass pipe containing marijuana in plain sight in the compartment of the driver’s door and discovered an additional pipe containing burnt marijuana in the center console of the vehicle.

Mattson was issued an appearance ticket and is scheduled to appear in the Town of Kiantone Court at a later date to answer the charge.

Cattaraugus County Sheriff’s Office

LITTLE VALLEY – William P. Hunt, 30, of South Dayton was charged with third-degree assault Sunday. At 3:20 a.m. deputies responded to a Little Valley residence where Hunt allegedly punched another male multiple times in the face.

Hunt was released on an appearance ticket for Little Valley Town Court.

Chautauqua County Sheriff’s Office

Andria S. Mazurkiewicz, 36, of Fredonia was charged with driving while intoxicated and two counts of failure to stop at a stop sign on Thursday.

At 11:08 p.m. Mazurkiewicz’s vehicle was observed failing to stop at a stop sign at the intersection of Webster and Chautauqua roads in the town of Pomfret.

Deputies then observed the vehicle fail to stop at another stop sign and Mazurkiewicz was found to be intoxicated. She was released on appearance tickets for Pomfret Town Court.

BROCTON – Nichole Gloss, 31, of Buffalo was charged with driving while intoxicated, driving across hazard markings and following too close on Saturday.

At 2:46 a.m. deputies observed a vehicle travel over the fog line on Route 20 and then tailgating another vehicle. Gloss was found to be intoxicated during the traffic stop and was arraigned in Brocton Village Court. She was released on appearance tickets.

JAMESTOWN – Tyler McMaster, 38, of Dutch Hollow Road was charged with second-degree menacing, two counts of second-degree harassment, second-degree criminal contempt and third-degree assault on Tuesday.

Deputies took McMaster into custody on two separate arrest warrants issued by Chautauqua County Court for failure to appear.

McMaster was sent to the Chautauqua County Jail in lieu of bail.