ASHVILLE - James Visosky, 48, of Jamestown was charged with fourth-degree stalking on Thursday, May 31.
According to the police office, a trooper responded to a residence in Ashville for a report of harassment. The complainant allegedly reported that for approximately the past eight months, Visosky called the complainant repeatedly, despite her and her son telling him to stop. Allegedly, as time went on, the nature of Visosky's phone calls became increasingly disturbing and the complainant called the police. Shortly after the report, Visosky was arrested at his residence and transported to state police in Jamestown. Visosky was charged, arraigned in Busti Town Court and released, to appear in North Harmony Town Court on a later date.
FRENCH CREEK - Leslie Kopta, 38, of Clymer was arrested for third-degree criminal mischief on Sunday, May 27.
According to the police office, a trooper responded few weeks prior to a complaint in the Town of French Creek, where it was reported that Kopta ripped apart a wooden well house belonging to the complainant. After a thorough investigation, Kopta was arrested on a warrant and arraigned in French Creek Town Court.
SHERMAN - Bryan W. Bobo, Jr., 19, was captured after an investigation into stolen vehicles.
According to the police office, it was investigating a vehicle reported stolen out of Jackson County Ohio following an accident on I-86 in the town of Sherman. The state police received a report of a possible one-car accident on Interstate 86 E/B T/Sherman. The driver allegedly left the scene prior to police arrival. Witnesses allegedly stated a green Toyota Tacoma pickup was observed driving erratically eastbound directly ahead of them eventually striking the guide rail. The suspect driver allegedly then got out of vehicle and flagged down a passing motorist. The suspect was allegedly last seen getting into a gray car, also heading eastbound. Bobo allegedly had warrants out of Jackson County Ohio.