Kennedy man arrested for Randolph Burglary
RANDOLPH – Shane T. Snyder, 39, of Kennedy was charged with third-degree burglary on Oct. 18 after an investigation stemming from an incident in November 2012.
Troopers were advised by a victim that had located two deer decoys previously stolen from his shed on Sample Hill Road in Randolph. The victim said he located the decoys in the yard of a different Randolph residence. After speaking with the resident, the victim called Jamestown State Police. The investigation led troopers to suspect Snyder, who had moved to Kennedy. Further investigation and interviews led to Snyder being charged with burglary.
All of the property was recovered and Snyder was released and is scheduled to appear in Randolph Town Court.
State Police at Jamestown
SINCLAIRVILE – Brian J. Winslow, 48, of Gerry was arrested and charged with felony driving while intoxicated on Oct. 20 after a traffic stop on Jamestown Street.
Winslow was operating a vehicle and swerved toward a patrol car as it approached. The trooper then stopped the vehicle. Winslow was arrested after failing sobriety tests. He was taken to the Jamestown state police barracks where he provided a blood alcohol level of .13 percent and was found to have a previous felony DWI conviction in the past ten years making the charge a class D felony. He was arraigned in Ellicott Town Court and sent to Chautauqua County Jail without bail.
Fredonia Police Department
Jacob Gozdiak, 18, of Cheektowaga was charged with unlawful possession of marijuana and trespassing on Oct. 13.
Brandon Shutt, 17, of East Main Street was charged with second-degree harassment on Oct. 16.
Carly Maurer, 20, of Hamburg was charged with harassment on Oct. 16.
Brett Nadolinski, 19, of SUNY Fredonia’s Igoe Hall, was arrested Oct. 17. He later pleaded guilty to two counts of littering.
Jamie Nolan, 22, of Union Street was charged with following too closely on Oct. 17. Around 7:35 a.m., while traveling east on East Main Street, Nolan struck the rear of a vehicle driven by Elioenai Burgos, 35, of East Main Street. Burgos’ vehicle was slowing due to school traffic. Nolan told police she was distracted by her GPS unit and could not stop in time to avoid the collision. Burgos transported herself to Brooks Memorial Hospital for a complaint of neck and shoulder pain.