CLYMER — Bradley A. Bogert, 19, of Panama was charged with agriculture and markets law for injuring an animal.
According to the sheriff’s office, it investigated an accident near Heslink Hollow and Upper Road in which a Clymer residents’ dog had been found dead on Saturday, Oct. 15 with a suspicious wound. It was later discovered the dog had been shot with a bow and arrow. The investigation led to the arrest of Bogert for allegedly shooting the domestic dog with a bow and arrow, causing death. Bogert will answer the charge on a later day in court. Other charges are pending at this time through the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation.
RIPLEY — Joseph Evancho, 56, of Blasdell was found after hours of searching.
According to the sheriff’s office, at around 7:30 p.m., on Friday, Nov. 25 it received a report of a lost fisherman off of Greenbush Road in the Town of Ripley. It was reported that Evancho had left camp to go fishing at around 2:30 p.m. After he did not return to camp by 7:30 p.m., Evancho was reported missing by his camping party. A search commenced which included the sheriff’s office, Ripley Fire Department and the New York State Forest Ranger. Shortly after midnight, Erie County Air One helicopter located Evancho in a wooded area off of Irish Road in Ripley. The sheriff’s office K9 and Ripley Fire Department was directed by Air One and located Evancho at around 12:30 a.m. No one was injured, and no charges were filed.
CHAUTAUQUA — Lee A. Seger, 33, of Westfield was charged with failure to keep right, failure to reduce speed on curve and driving while intoxicated on Sunday, Nov. 27.
According to the sheriff’s office, at around 2 a.m., deputies and Westfield police responded to the area of Plank Road and Munson Road for a report of a motor vehicle crash. An investigation showed Seger was traveling southeast on Plank Road and allegedly failed to negotiate a curve in the roadway. Her vehicle allegedly crossed over the road and struck a ditch on the east side of Plank Road, and her vehicle then rolled over. Seger was treated at the scene by Hartfield Fire Department and was transported to Hammot Hospital in Erie by Starflight. An investigation led to her arrest and she will appear in court on a later date.
NORTH HARMONY — Charles Faison, Jr., 47, of West 11th Street in Jamestown was charged with felony driving while intoxicated, failure to keep right and move from lane unsafely on Saturday, Sept. 26.
According to the sheriff’s office, at around 1 a.m., deputies stopped Faison on Route 394 in Stow. An investigation led to his arrest for alleged felony DWI. He will appear in court on a later date.
MAYVILLE — David W. Newhouse, 52, of Little Valley was charged with felony driving while intoxicated, felony first-degree aggravated unlicensed operation and insufficient headlights on Sunday, Nov. 27.
According to the sheriff’s office, at around 3:30 a.m., deputies stopped Newhouse on Whallon Street in Mayville for allegedly driving with no headlights. An investigation showed that Newhouse was allegedly intoxicated. He was taken into custody, was arraigned and committed to the county jail.