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Westfield Police Department 05/30/13

June 5, 2013
Westfield Republican / Mayville Sentinel News

WESTFIELD - Nathan J. Jaynes, 29, of Fredonia was arrested on a warrant on Saturday, May 18.

According to the police office, it allegedly came into contact with a male behind a local business on East Main Street while on patrol around 2:45 a.m. The male allegedly identified as Jaynes allegedly had a valid warrant out of the Village of Fredonia Police Department. Jaynes was placed in custody and turned over to Fredonia police.

WESTFIELD - Robert C. Ervolina, 23, of South Dayton was charged with fail to dim headlights, Haley R. Zilka, 21, of West Seneca was charged with unlawful possession of marijuana and Chelsea M. Bridge, 22, of Hamburg was charged with three counts of seventh-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance, unlawful possession of marijuana and two counts of public health law violation of possessing a controlled substance outside of the original container on Sunday, May 19.

According to the police office, a vehicle was stopped on East Main in the Village of Westfield for an alleged traffic infraction around 1 a.m. During the traffic stop, it was allegedly found a passenger, Zilka, was in possession of a small quantity of marijuana. It was also allegedly found that another passenger, Bridge, was in possession of oxycodone pills, adderall pills, ecstasy and a small amount of marijuana. Ervolina was issued a traffic ticket, and Zilka was issued an appearance ticket. Bridge was arrested, charged and arraigned in Westfield Village Court. Bridge was unable to post bail and was remanded to Chautauqua County Jail. All subjects are to appear in Westfield Village Court on a later date.

WESTFIELD - An 18-year-old Westfield youth was charged with resisting arrest, obstruction of governmental administration, criminal mischief, disorderly conduct and second-degree harassment on Sunday, May 19.

According to the police office, officers responded to East Main Street for a fight at a local bar. Upon arrival, officers allegedly observed multiple disorderly subjects. Officers arrested an 18-year-old youth who allegedly would not comply with officers' commands to leave the area and allegedly continued to yell obscenities towards police. The youth allegedly pushed a Westfield police officer and allegedly resisted arrest causing a physical altercation. The officer charged the youth. Upon further investigation into the fight, it was allegedly determined the youth smashed a cell phone of a patron at the local bar leading to an additional charge. The youth was arraigned in Westfield Village Court and bail was set at $2,000 cash and $4,000 property.

WESTFIELD - Daniel Dunmore, 22, of Washington St., Westfield was charged with second-degree harassment on Monday, May 20.

According to the police office, officers took a harassment complaint from a victim on Washington Street around 9:45 p.m. It was alleged that Dunmore stated he was going to stab said victim. Dunmore was arrested and was issued an appearance ticket. Dunmore will appear in Westfield Village Court on a later date.

WESTFIELD - David L Mclaughlin, III, 19, of Westfield was remanded to the Chautauqua County Jail on charges of second-degree obstructing governmental administration on Saturday, May 25.

According to the police office, during the investigation of an alleged car larceny on Union Street in the Village of Westfield around 2 a.m., a description of the alleged suspect was given. Patrols checked the area and allegedly observed a male matching the description on Elm Street. When attempting to speak with the male, the male allegedly ran on foot from the officer. Another officer allegedly observed the male on First Street in Westfield in some bushes near a residence. The officer attempted to speak with the male who allegedly ran on foot again. The officer announced himself multiple times to stop, but the male allegedly refused to comply. The male was eventually taken into custody after a foot chase through back yards. The male was allegedly identified as Mclaughlin, charged and remanded to jail on bail. He will appear in Westfield Village Court. The investigation is continuing.

WESTFIELD - Steven A. Keller, 59, of Elm St., Westfield was arrested and remanded to the Chautauqua County Jail on charges of Felony second-degree assault on Sunday, May 26.

According to the police office, if responded to a residence in the Village of Westfield for an alleged domestic in progress around midnight. Upon arrival, officers allegedly found a victim to have suffered multiple lacerations and contusions to the face. Upon an investigation, it is alleged Keller caused physical injury to the victim. Keller was charged, arraigned in Westfield Village Court and remanded to jail in lieu of bail. He will return to Westfield Village Court on a later date. The victim was treated at Westfield Memorial hospital for injuries and was later released.

WESTFIELD - Daniel K. Dunmore, 22, of Washington St., Westfield, was arrested on charges of second-degree criminal contempt on Sunday, May 26.

According to the police office, Dunmore was arrested by the Village of Westfield Police Department for allegedly violating an order or protection around 7:45 p.m. Dumore was charged, arraigned in Westfield Village Court and released on his own recognizance. He will appear in court on a later date.

WESTFIELD - Percy Cameron, 26, of Millicent Ave., Buffalo was arrested for third-degree aggravated unlicensed operator and speed in zone on Sunday, May 26.

According to the police office, an officer on patrol on North Portage Street in the Village of Westfield allegedly observed a vehicle at a high rate of speed for zone around 10:15 p.m. Upon further investigation, the vehicle was allegedly found to be operated by Cameron, and her license was allegedly found to be suspended in New York State. The officer issued Cameron citations, and she will appear in Westfield Village Court on a later date.

 
 

 

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