WESTFIELD -Joseph Johnson, 28, of Washington Street in Westfield was remanded to the Chautauqua County Jail on an outstanding warrant on Tuesday, Jan. 31.
According to the police office, at around 1:45 a.m., officers were on patrol on Holt Street in the Village of Westfield when they observed a subject they allegedly knew to have an outstanding warrant from the Village of Westfield. Police placed Johnson in custody for a bench warrant and he was remanded to jail on $300 bail. Johnson will appear in Westfield Village Court on a later date.
WESTFIELD - Jeremy P. Kane, 31, of Kinney Street in Brocton was charged with driving while intoxicated and failure to keep right on Wednesday, Feb. 1.
According to the police office, at around 2:30 a.m., an officer was patrolling on Academy Street in the Village of Westfield when they allegedly observed a vehicle traveling southbound on Academy Street allegedly cross the center yellow lines of the roadway multiple times. Upon further investigation, it was allegedly found operator Kane was intoxicated. Kane was charged and will appear in Westfield Village Court on a later date.
WESTFIELD - Ann F. Hannold, 33, of Felton Road in Westfield was charged with leaving the scene of a property damage accident, aggravated unlicensed operation and failure to keep right on Friday, Feb. 3.
According to the police office, officers were called around 5:30 p.m., for debris in the roadway and a possible vehicle accident. Upon arrival, police allegedly could see a vehicle traveling southbound on South Portage Street had crossed the centerline and the oncoming traffic lane and struck the curb in the opposite side of the roadway. The vehicle allegedly then struck a road sign and mailbox, knocking both over, and had left the scene. The vehicle was allegedly later found further south on Route 394 in Westfield with extensive front-end damage and a flat tire. Allegedly, the driver, Hannold, had failed to keep right and struck the curb on the opposite side of the roadway and also struck the sign and mailbox before leaving the scene. Hannold was issued traffic tickets.
WESTFIELD - Jacob P. Near, 24, of Pearl Street in Westfield was charged with criminal possession of stolen, grand larceny, two counts of forgery and three counts of identity theft on Monday, Feb. 6.
According to the police office, officers investigated a stolen credit care around 6:30 p.m., on Dec. 5, 2011, which was allegedly taken from a home in the Village of Westfield. Officers tracked credit card use allegedly to Family Dollar and multiple times at Tops Market in the Village of Westfield. After a lengthy investigation, officers were allegedly able to link stolen credit card use to Near. He was charged with five A misdemeanors and two E felonies, and on Feb. 6, Near was arrested by the Westfield Police Department on an outstanding warrant for said charges. Near was arraigned in Westfield Village Court and bail was set at $10,000 cash and $15,000 property.