Area Police Reports


¯ Rachel A. Blanchard, 37, of Westfield, was charged at 11 a.m. Wednesday with second-degree burglary, and second-degree criminal contempt. Deputies conducted a warrant check at a residence on Felton Road in the town of Westfield. In the residence, deputies located Blanchard, who was wanted by Westfield Town court. She was taken to Chautauqua County Jail and will be in town court later.

¯ Tony J Stebbins, 33, of 109 Kidder St., Jamestown, was charged April 28 with third-degree criminal mischief. According to deputies, Stebbins allegedly damaged a kiosk located in a cell block in the county jail. He was arraigned at the jail and is being held there on a separate charge.

¯ Timothy G. Press, 32, of Stockton, was charged Tuesday with first-degree criminal contempt, fourth-degree criminal mischief, petit larceny, second-degree harassment. Deputies were called to a location on Route 380 in the town of Stockton for a report of a physical altercation. Upon further investigation, deputies learned that Press allegedly engaged in a physical confrontation with another person while an order of protection was in place. Additionally, deputies said, Press allegedly stole and damaged property prior to leaving the scene. He was taken to county jail for centralized arraignment. He wil be in Stockton Town Court later.


¯ Jason J. Czerminski, 25, of Lyndon, was charged Friday with endangering the welfare of a child, and second-degree reckless endangerment. Deputies responded to an alleged domestic incident. Czerminski was taken Cattaraugus County Jail for centralized arraignment, and will be in Lyndon Town Court later.

¯ Robert M. Devaul, 49, of Randolph, was taken into custody Saturday on a felony bench warrant. According to deputies, after a traffic stop, Devaul was taken to county jail for centralized processing. He will be in Cattaraugus County Court later.


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