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Chautauqua County Sheriff’s Department 12/08/11

December 14, 2011
Westfield Republican
MAYVILLE — Thomas E. Luke, 20, of Route 76 in Ripley was charged with fourth-degree criminal mischief on Saturday, Nov. 26.

According to the sheriff’s office, at around 9:45 p.m., deputies responded to a complaint of intentional damage to a merchandise display at the Kwik Fill in Mayville. It is alleged that Luke intentionally knocked over a display stand at the Kwik Fill after an argument with the employees inside. It is further alleged that by knocking over the display stand, some of the merchandise was damaged. Luke was located and charged. He will appear in Chautauqua Town Court on a later date.

RIPLEY — Jonathen L. Klaes, 23, of West Main Road in North East, Pa., was charged with loud exhaust, unregistered motor vehicle, third-degree aggravated unlicensed operation on Saturday, Dec. 3.

According to the sheriff’s office, at around 1:15 a.m., deputies stopped Klaes on Goodrich Street in the Town of Ripley for loud exhaust. After further investigation, it was alleged that Klaes was operating the vehicle on a suspended driver’s license. Klaes was issued appearance tickets and will appear in Ripley Town Court on a later date.

CHAUTAUQUA — Ryan Wakeley, 23, of Westfield was charged with driving while intoxicated common law, DWI per se 0.08 percent blood alcohol content or higher, crossing the hazard markings and third-degree aggravated unlicensed operation on Friday, Dec. 2.

According to the sheriff’s office, at around 8:15 p.m., deputies responded to an automobile collision at Route 394 and Quilliam Road in the Town of Chautauqua. It was determined that Wakeley’s vehicle was allegedly traveling north on Route 394 when he went off the pavement, through a telephone pole and came to rest in a ditch. An investigation into the accident led to the arrest of Wakeley for DWI along with other charges. He was released with traffic tickets and will appear in Chautauqua Town Court on a later date.

NORTH HARMONY — Thomas R. Wigren, 52, of Jamestown was charged with following to close and leaving the scene of a property damage accident on Sunday, Dec. 4.

According to the sheriff’s office, it investigated a hit and run accident which occurred on North Maple Street in Ashville around 6:30 p.m., on Tuesday, Nov. 22. The investigation lead to Wigren being charged, and he will appear in North Harmony Town Court on a later date.

BROCTON — Ingrid Morrison, 71, of Brocton was charged with driving while intoxicated common law, driving while intoxicated per se, not staying within traffic lane and fail to keep right on Sunday, Dec. 4.

According to the sheriff’s office, at around midnight, deputies stopped Morrison for alleged traffic infractions in the Village of Brocton. During a short investigation, Morrison was found to be intoxicated. Morrison was place under arrest for DWI and was released with traffic tickets. She will appear in Brocton Village Court on a later date.

JAMESTOWN — Erin Deming, 24, and Scott Deming, 27, both of Burr Road in Portland were each charged with third-degree grand larceny and fraudulent receipt of benefits on Tuesday, Dec. 6.

According to the sheriff’s office, after an investigation conducted by the Chautauqua County Sheriff’s Department, Erin and Scott Deming were charged after both allegedly failed to report Scott’s employment to the Department of Social Services and received $8,456.98 in Medicaid benefits they were not entitled to have. They were issued appearance tickets and will appear in Jamestown City Court on a later date.

JAMESTOWN — Holly Brightman, 35, of Old Route 20 in Ripley was charged with one count of third-degree welfare fraud and one count of first-degree offering a false instrument for filing and Timothy Brightman, 34, also of Old Route 20 in Ripley was charged with one count of third-degree welfare fraud and one count of fraudulent receipt of benefits on Tuesday, Dec. 6.

According to the sheriff’s department, after an investigation by the Chautauqua County Sheriff’s Department, the Brightmans were arrested and issued appearance tickets because both of them allegedly failed to report both their incomes, allowing them to receive $5,858.10 in Medicaid benefits they were not entitled to have. The will appear in Jamestown City Court on a later date.
 
 
 

 

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