BROCTON — Derrick N. Seegar, 29, and Jessica A. Shepard, 29, both of Fay Street in Brocton were charged with six counts of endangering the welfare of a child and arrested.
According to the sheriff’s office, on Friday, Sept. 30 and Saturday, Oct. 1 deputies, the Village of Brocton Fire Department, the Town of Portland Fire Department, All Star Ambulance and New York State Police responded to an address on Fay Street in the Village of Brocton. Upon arrival, deputies discovered Seegar and Shepard had left three children who were in their care unsupervised on both dates. The children were turned over to another family member. Warrants were issued for Seegar and Shepard and both were later arrested on the above counts.
HARMONY — Vicki Wilson, 52, of Jamestown was involved in a vehicle rollover.
According to the sheriff’s office, on Friday, Nov. 11 at 9:45 a.m., it was called to a motor vehicle accident with entrapment with no injury on Blockville Watts Flat Road in the Town of Harmony. Upon arrival, it was found that Wilson had allegedly lost control of her vehicle partially due to weather conditions and left the roadway and came to rest in a front yard. Wilson’s vehicle turned onto its driver’s side and Wilson was trapped inside the vehicle. Panama Rescue arrived on scene and was able to get Wilson out of her vehicle uninjured. Wilson’s vehicle was towed from the scene due to damage. No charges are pending at this time.
MINA — Harry B. Davis, 67, and Susan B. Davis, 67, both of Erie, Pa., were involved in a personal injury auto collision on Saturday, Nov. 12.
According to the sheriff’s office, it responded around 4:45 p.m., to a single car vehicle roll over on I-86 in the Town of Mina. After the investigation, it was allegedly determined that the operator, Harry Davis, fell asleep at the wheel while traveling west on I-86. The vehicle allegedly veered off the south side of the highway striking several highway signs as the operator attempted to pull back onto the highway, but he overcorrected causing the vehicle to overturn several times. The vehicle came to rest on its rooftop in the middle of the roadway. Findley Lake Rescue treated the occupants of the vehicle for what appeared to be a non-life threatening injuries. I-86 was closed for a short time for clean up of the crash site.
BUSTI — Jacob H. Tunison, 22, of Donelson Road in Jamestown was charged with a violation of probation warrant for felony cruelty to animals on Saturday, Nov. 12.
According to the sheriff’s office, at around 9 p.m., deputies served a violation of probation felony warrant on Donelson Road in the Town of Busti in search of Tunison. He was initially charged with cruelty to animals and failed to meet the terms of his release within the court. Tunison was taken into custody with the assistance of Chautauqua County K9 Drago without incident. Deputies were also assisted by the Lakewood Busti Police Department. Tunison was committed to Chautauqua County Jail and will appear in court on a later date.