Area Police Reports
JAMESTOWN POLICE DEPARTMENT
• Jessica McAdoo, 30, of Jamestown, was charged with second-degree harassment. Officers responded at 1 a.m. Monday to a business on South Main Street for an unwanted person reportedly standing at the drive-through window preventing cars from moving. McAdoo was advised she was not welcome at the business, at which time she allegedly spit at the officer’s face. McAdoo is scheduled to appear in court later.
• Schuyler S. Coleman, 26, of Jamestown, was charged with third-degree criminal trespass. Officers at 10 a.m. Sunday observed an unknown male exit a vacant house on the east side of the city. It was later learned that Coleman was not allowed to be there. Coleman was transported to jail and held for arraignment.
GOWANDA POLICE DEPARTMENT
• Amber R. Pisa, 27, no address listed, was charged with two counts of second-degree criminal trespass. Patrol was notified that Pisa had received numerous mandates from a property owner and police that she was banned from entering a residence on Commercial Street. Pisa allegedly ignored these orders and entered the property on Sept. 22 and Oct. 3. A warrant was issued by Persia Town Court, and Pisa was located Nov. 14. She is scheduled to appear in Persia Town Court later.
CATTARAUGUS COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE
• RANDOLPH – Christopher P. Emke, 36, of Randolph, was charged with fourth-degree criminal possession of a weapon. Deputies responded to Emke’s residence Nov. 14 following an earlier complaint. Deputies discovered multiple firearms in his home while he was a convicted felon. The firearms were seized and held for safekeeping at the Sheriff’s Office. Emke is scheduled to appear in Randolph Town Court later.
• RANDOLPH – Bryanna M. Nazaire, 18, of Randolph, was charged with second-degree harassment. Deputies responded Friday to an incident on Main Street in Randolph. Nazaire was charged following an investigation into a reported harassment. She is scheduled to appear in court later.
NEW YORK STATE POLICE
• RANDOLPH – A 19-year-old Randolph resident is facing rape charges. New York State Police at Jamestown reported Monday that the Bureau of Criminal Investigation charged Jayden Shugars with first- and second-degree rape, both felonies, and criminal obstruction of breathing.
On Aug. 29, troopers received a complaint of a possible sex crime in the town of Randolph. An investigation determined that Shugars forcibly restrained a 14-year-old female victim and had sexual intercourse. The victim had injuries around the neck and a sex offense evidence collection kit was retrieved for lab analysis.
On Nov. 13, the Cattaraugus County Superior Court issued an arrest warrant for Shugars. He was turned over to Cattaraugus County Jail for centralized arraignment.