BROCTON — On Friday, July 15 Steven J. Seavy, 20, of 18 Pullman Street in Brocton was charged with petit larceny and fifth-degree criminal possession of stolen property.
The charges followed an investigation by the Chautauqua County Sheriff’s office. An arrest warrant for Seavy was issued by Judge David Prince of Pomfret Court.
The stolen property charge is related to an incident in Brocton when Seavy reportedly had in his possession a GPS unit stolen from a vehicle on Lake Avenue. The petit larceny charge is related to an incident on Thayer Hill Overlook in Portland. Seavy is alleged to have entered a parked vehicle and stolen a purse.
Seavy turned himself in to deputies after he learned he was wanted. He was arraigned on the charges and committed to the Chautauqua County Jail in lieu of $5,000 cash/$25,000 property.
The investigation is continuing into other incidents and further charges are pending.
MAYVILLE — A Jamestown woman was charged with harassment.
According to the sheriff’s office, on Friday, July 15 at 3 p.m., Safafina Warner, 29, of Willard Street in Jamestown, was charged with second degree harassment after an alleged incident in the Town of Chautauqua.
Warner was issued an appearance ticket and will answer the charge in Chautauqua Town Court on a later date.
DUNKIRK — A Westfield man was charged with felony driving while intoxicated.
According to the sheriff’s office, on Friday, July 15 at 9:45 p.m., a deputy stopped Alan T. Hoelzle, Jr., 26, of Route 5 in Westfield after allegedly observing him driving over hazard markings and almost going into a ditch along Route 5 in the Town of Dunkirk. While interviewing Hoelzle, it was determined that he was allegedly intoxicated. A license check revealed Hoelzle allegedly had a previous DWI conviction back on Dec. 21, 2006, making this arrest a felony.
Hoelzle was charged with crossed over hazard markings, felony DWI and blood alcohol over 0.08% and was arraigned in Pomfret Town Court where he was released without bail. Hoelzle will reappear in Dunkirk Town Court on a later date.
CHAUTAUQUA — A Chautauqua man was charged with harassment.
According to the sheriff’s office, on Monday, July 18 at 7:15 p.m., Alvin D. Cupp, 31, of Chautauqua Stedman Road, was allegedly involved in an altercation with another subject on Chautauqua Stedman Road in the Town of Chautauqua. It is alleged that during the altercation, Cupp hit the victim twice in the face. The victim sustained no injuries.
Cupp was charged with second degree harassment and was issued an appearance ticket, which he will answer to in Chautauqua Town Court on a later date.
RIPLEY — A Ripley man was charged with unlawful imprisonment, coercion and harassment.
According to the sheriff’s office, on Monday, July 18 at 6 p.m., deputies responded to an unwanted person at a residence on West Main Street in Ripley. It is alleged that Martin P. Calvey, 31, of West Main Street in Ripley, prevented the victim from leaving her apartment and using threats to harm himself to get her to stay. It is also alleged that Calvey grabbed and twisted the wrist of another victim.
Calvey was arrested on a warrant, charged with second degree unlawful imprisonment, second degree coercion and second degree harassment and arraigned in Ripley Town Court where he was committed to Chautauqua County Jail in lieu of bail.