Area Police Reports


¯ MAYVILLE – Julio Montanez called a female several times from the Chautauqua County jail knowing there was a valid order of protection against him out of the city of Jamestown court on Nov. 5. He was arraigned on a second-degree criminal contempt charge. He remains in county jail and is to be sent to state prison on other charges.

¯ BROCTON — While patrolling the village, a Chautauqua County Sheriff’s Office Criminal Investigations Investigator observed two Brocton males carrying a large double sink from the area of the Green Arch Diner around 4 p.m. Wednesday. Matthew Furman, 38, of 6048 Dahlberg Road, and Floyd Tolbert, 51, of 23 Fay St., were identified as the individuals. The owner of the diner was contacted and stated he never gave neither men permission to take the sink from behind the diner. Further investigation led to both being charged with petit larceny. They are to be in Portland court later.


¯ Michael McCool, 60, and Kevin McCool, 58, were charged Wednesday with petit larceny. According to police, at about 3 p.m., officers responded to the north side of Jamestown for a suspicious situation. Upon arrival, officers spoke with the male victim, and upon further investigation, it was determined that both Michael and Kevin allegedly stole property belonging to the male victim. Michael and Kevin were taken into custody and transported to the city jail. They will be in city court later.

¯ Matthew W. Buck,31, of Jamestown,was charged Thursday with seventh-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance, and three counts of fourth-degree criminal posession of stolen property. According to police, at about 2:26 a.m. Thursday, officers responded to a noise complaint at a south side residence. Upon arrival, officers located Buck on scene, and upon further investigation, it was learned Buck had multiple city court arrest warrants. When taken into custody, officers located an quanity of cocaine as well as multiple credit cards which were allegedly stolen from a vehicle on Nov. 15. Buck was transported to city jail and will be in city court later.


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