SHERMAN - Mark Reynolds, 47, of Sherman was arrested for Felony driving while intoxicated on Tuesday, April 2.
According to the police office, Reynolds was pulled over for allegedly speeding on Kipp Street in Sherman. After allegedly failing several field sobriety tests, Reynolds was placed under arrest and transported to the State Police barracks in Jamestown where he allegedly provided a breath sample of 0.10 percent. As Reynolds has allegedly been convicted of DWI within the preceding 10 years, the charge was upgraded to a Felony. Reynolds was then processed, issued tickets returnable to Sherman Town Court and turned over to a sober individual.
NORTH HARMONY - Brandon Chase, 20, of W. Smith St., Correy, Pa., was charged arrested for unlawful possession of marijuana on Saturday, April 6.
According to the police office, Chase was stopped for an alleged vehicle and traffic infraction in the Town of North Harmony, at which point the trooper allegedly smelled the odor of marijuana in the vehicle .A search of the vehicle allegedly revealed a plastic baggie containing less than 25 grams of marijuana. Chase was released on an appearance ticket returnable to North Harmony Town Court on a later date.
SHERMAN - Nathan T. Koman, 21, of Cranesville, Pa., was charged with speeding, reckless driving and fifth-degree criminal possession of marijuana on Sunday, April 7.
According to the police office, Koman was allegedly observed by troopers going 108 miles per hour on Interstate 86 in the Town of Sherman and subsequently stopped. During the stop, troopers allegedly located a baggie containing 32 grams of marijuana. Koman was processed at State Police Jamestown and will appear in Sherman Town Court on a later date.