Arrest in library graffiti made
A 20-year-old city resident is being charged with the graffiti incidents at the Dunkirk Free Library.
Dunkirk Police report Jesus X. Reyes of Lincoln Avenue was charged with two counts of making graffiti tied to the incidents inside the Dunkirk Free Library occurring on April 8 and 15. The graffiti fully covered the new rear stairwell and the lavatory room in the building.
He was issued appearance tickets and is to be arraigned in City Court on Monday. Other similar graffiti incidents throughout the city have been noted and the investigations into these are continuing.
Domingo Baez, 60, of One Temple Square, Fredonia, was charged with driving while intoxicated, speed in zone and failure to keep right on May 2.
Jose Vazquez, 40, of East Talcott Street was charged with disorderly conduct on May 3.
Luis Cardona, 23, of Park Avenue was charged with two counts of fourth-degree criminal mischief and one count of second-degree harassment on May 3.
Tamika Stewart, 20, of Deer Street was charged with second-degree harassment on May 5.
Emily Steinwachs, 22, of Shumla Road, Cassadaga, was charged on a bench warrant with fourth-degree grand larceny on May 6.
Shadarea Flemings, 20, of King Street Lower was charged with second-degree harassment on May 7.
Robert Mangus Jr., 33, of Prospect Street, Fredonia, was charged with second-degree harassment on May 8.
Jairo Roldan-Martinez, 21, of Monroe Street was charged with two counts of endangering the welfare of a child and one count of disorderly conduct on May 9.
Brian Cree, 49, of West Main Street was charged with second-degree harassment on May 9.
William Harris, 44, of Robin Street, Dunkirk, was charged with petit larceny on May 9.
Ellis RenFroe Jr., 33, of Monroe Street was charged with third-degree assault on May 9.
Nathan Skubis, 18, of Woodrow Avenue was charged with disorderly conduct on Sunday.
Gregory Faso, 39, of Liberty Street, Fredonia, was charged with driving while ability impaired by drugs, passing a red light and following too closely on Monday.
Lonnie Buchanan, 44, of East Fifth Street was charged with fourth-degree criminal mischief and second-degree harassment on Monday.
Elliot Kendall, 20, of Main Street Lower and Andrew Goodwin II, 22, of Hoyt Street were both charged with unlawful possession of marijuana on Monday. Kendall was also charged with driver’s view obstructed.
Twain Buchanan-Scott, 24, of West Second Street was charged with fourth-degree criminal mischief and criminal contempt on Tuesday.
Josean Gutierrez, 26, of West Fourth Street Upper was charged with criminal obstruction of breathing on Tuesday.
Eliott Ipolito, 22, of Buffalo was charged with open container and littering on May 4.
Kristopher Degolier, 18, of Brainard Road was charged with disorderly conduct and second-degree harassment on May 3.
Brandon Lawton, 19, of Lowell Road was charged with disorderly conduct and harassment on May 7.
Darin Butts, 45, of Temple Street was charged with second-degree aggravated unlicensed operation and failure to keep right after an accident around the intersection of Temple and Leverett streets on May 9. Police say Butts sideswiped a legally parked vehicle.
Chautauqua County Sheriff’s Office
HANOVER – On Thursday Deputies responded to a residence on Angell Road for the report of a neighbor dispute. After an investigation on scene, it is alleged that Robert K. Shumaker, 33, of Silver Creek trespassed on a male victim’s property, and then threaten the same victim with physical violence.
Deputies served Shumaker with an appearance ticket for second-degree harassment and trespass. The defendant will appear in the Town of Hanover Court at a later time to answer to the charges.
ELLICOTT – On Friday at around 3 a.m. deputies observed a vehicle traveling east on Route 394 with a tail lamp out.
Robert E. Mitchell III, 46, of Cassadaga was arrested for driving while intoxicated and on drugs.
He was taken into custody for processing and later released. He will appear in Ellicott Town Court on a future date.