WESTFIELD - Michelle L. McGee, 44, of 9 Jackson Street in Westfield was charged with obstructing governmental administration on Thursday, March 29.
According to the police office, a call was received from the Westfield school around 3 p.m., that McGee allegedly drove her vehicle to the school to pick her child up from school. The school staff reported to the police they could allegedly smell intoxicants on her person. Upon arrival of the police, McGee was allegedly located outside the school. Westfield police allegedly attempted to speak with her. While speaking with her, McGee allegedly ran on foot from the police. She was arrested and issued an appearance ticket to appear in front of Judge Thomas in April.
WESTFIELD - James A. Ruch, 17, of Pearl Street in Westfield was charged with trespass on Friday, March 30.
According to the police office, officers were called to 69 Washington Street in the Village of Westfield for ongoing trespass/neighbor dispute around 7:45 a.m. According to the complainant who resides at the address, his neighbor, Ruch, had allegedly trespassed onto his property after being advised to stay off the property multiple times in the past. Ruch was arrested, issued an appearance ticket and will appear in Westfield Village Court on a later date.
WESTFIELD - Joshua K. Smith, 25, of East Lake Road in Westfield arrested and remanded to the Chautauqua County Jail for charges of driving while intoxicated, third degree aggravated unlicensed operation, fail to keep right and unlawful possession of marijuana on Saturday, March 31.
According to the police office, a vehicle was stopped at around 2:15 a.m. for allegedly failing to keep right on North Portage Street in the Village of Westfield. During the traffic stop, Smith, the allegedly operator of the vehicle, was allegedly intoxicated. It is also alleged Smith had a revoked New York State license and was possessing marijuana. Smith allegedly refused to take a chemical test. He was arrested and charged with the above counts. Smith was arraigned in Westfield Village Court, was unable to post bail and was remanded to jail.