PANAMA - Rebecca Dahlgren, 27, of Jamestown was arrested for driving while intoxicated on Saturday, May 5.
According to the police office, a trooper responded to a personal injury accident on Open Meadows Road in Panama where a vehicle had allegedly failed to negotiate a curve in the roadway, overturned and came to rest in the ditch. Dahlgren was transported to WCA Hospital in Jamestown via Sherman Emergency Medical Services and placed under arrest due to her alleged highly intoxicated condition. Dahlgren allegedly refused to provide a blood sample and was released from WCA. Dahlgren was then transported to State Police in Jamestown where she was processed as a DWI refusal, arraigned in Chautauqua Town Court and remanded to the Chautauqua County Jail.
SHERMAN - Eduardo Bautista-Crus, 17, Celso Cruz-Bautista, 32, and Camilo Bautista-Cruz, 41, all of Sherman were arrested for being illegal immigrants on Friday, May 5.
According to the police office, a trooper pulled over a vehicle on Park Street in Sherman for several traffic violations. Allegedly, neither the driver, Bautista-Crus nor the two passengers had proper documentation, and it was allegedly determined they were all in the United States illegally. All three subjects were arrested, and the United States Border Patrol was contacted. An agent took custody of the three subjects and transported them to the Erie Border Patrol Station to be processed.
POMFRET - Toby M. Sanders, 19, of Brocton was arrested for unlawful possession of marijuana on Tuesday, May 8.
According to the police office, a trooper performed a vehicle and traffic stop for an inadequate exhaust on Route60 in the Town of Pomfret around 6 a.m. Troopers allege Sanders was found to be in possession of a plastic capsule bottle containing approximately 0.5 grams of marijuana, which was located in plain view on the back floor of the vehicle. Sanders was issued an appearance ticket returnable to Pomfret Town Court.