Area Police Reports

Ellicott Police Department

– Amber P. Coy, 23, and Michael C. Hillman, 36, both of Jamestown, were charged with petit larceny after an incident June 6 at 3:15 p.m. at Wegmans. It is alleged Coy and Hillman took several items from the store and attempted to leave without paying for them. Coy and Hillman will be in Ellicott Town Court later.

– Jessica L Mcadoo, 30, of Jamestown, was charged with trespassing following an incident June 10. Officers responded to a report of an unwanted person at an Ellicott business at 9:36 p.m. It is alleged Mcadoo was bothering patrons of the business by following them through the building repeatedly. It is reported that Mcadoo was given numerous opportunities to leave the premises but she continually refused. Mcadoo will be in court later.

Jamestown Police Department

– Hope M. Dunn, 23, Daniel J. Haney, 22, and Anthony C. Cooley, 23, all of Jamestown, were charged with two counts each of endangering the welfare of a child following an incident Monday. At 7:30 p.m. officers responded to a south side home to check on the wellbeing of children at the residence. Officers spoke with Dunn, who is the mother of the children, who allowed the officers to come inside to check on a two-month old infant and a 19-month old child. Officers alleged that the house was covered in animal urine and feces as well as a strong odor. Officers determined that the house was not suitable for children and charged Dunn and Cooley. Haney was also charged but was already in police custody for a separate incident. Dunn and Cooley were taken to the city jail and held pending arraignment. The children were turned over to a family member.

– Daniel J. Haney, 22, of Jamestown was arrested and charged with fourth-degree criminal mischief, and resisting arrest following an incident Monday. Officers responded to a southside residence at 5:16 p.m. for a peace officer request. While officers were on scene attempting to resolve the dispute, officers allege that Haney picked up a rock and threw it through the apartment window causing damage. Haney then allegedly fled on foot as officers attempted to take him into custody. After the brief foot pursuit, officers arrested Haney and took him to the city jail pending arraignment. Haney will be in court at a later date.


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