CHAUTAUQUA COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE
BUSTI-Angel L. Ormsby, 37, of Jamestown was charged Saturday with driving while intoxicated, aggravated DWI with a child less than 16 in the vehicle, driving with a blood alcohol content of .08 percent or greater, having a backseat passenger age 4-7 with no or improper restraint and speeding in a 55 mph zone. At approximately 3:15 p.m., deputies stopped a vehicle on Busti-Stillwater Road for speeding. Upon investigation, it was determined that Ormsby was intoxicated. Deputies also observed that Ormsby had a backseat passenger under 16 at the time of the stop. Ormsby was arraigned in Busti Court and transported to Chautauqua County Jail. He will appear back in Busti Court to answer for his charges.
SILVER CREEK-David Sodaro, 55, of Silver Creek was charged Friday with fourth-degree criminal mischief and second-degree menacing. At approximately 7:07 p.m., Sodaro allegedly intentionally damaged property by using his body to break a front door window. Sodaro then allegedly pulled out a large pocket knife and started waving it in a threatening manner at his girlfriend. Sodaro threatened his girlfriend further by allegedly throwing the knife and sticking it in the floor. Sodaro was remanded to Chautauqua County Jail in lieu of bail.
STOCKTON-Jason E. Perittie, 26, of Jamestown was charged Friday with second-degree burglary and fourth-degree grand larceny. At approximately 8:40 p.m., deputies received a complaint of a suspicious vehicle parked in front of a seasonal residence on Barnes Road. Upon arrival, deputies and Sheriff K9 unit located household items that had been removed from the residence. Sheriff's K9 Drago was deployed into a wooded area in an attempt to track the alleged burglar. After a lengthy trail, Perittie was apprehended.
CHAUTAUQUA-Dominick Luciano, 30, of Jamestown was charged with felony driving while intoxicated, aggravated DWI per se and speeding.At approximately 11:50 p.m., Luciano was stopped for allegedly speeding in excess of 80 mph on Route 394. Further investigation found Luciano to be intoxicated. Luciano had a previous intoxication in the previous 10 years, making this arrest a felony.
DUNKIRK-Ruth A. Santiago, 30, of Dunkirk was charged Thursday with third-degree welfare fraud, two counts of offering a false instrument and misuse of food stamps. Ricardo Negron-Garcia, 26, of Dunkirk was also charged Thursday with third-degree welfare fraud and misuse of food stamps. It was alleged that from Nov.1, 2012 through Feb. 28, 2013, Santiago failed to report that her husband, Garcia, was employed while the parties were residing together. This unreported income allowed them both to receive $4,110.60 in unentitled benefits. Both are scheduled to appear in Jamestown Court at a later date.
ELLICOTT POLICE DEPARTMENT
Tammy J. Lore, 36, and Cheyenne J. Lore, 18, both of Randolph was charged Monday with petit larceny. According to police, both subjects were inside K-Mart on Fairmount Avenue when they were found removing items from the store without paying for them. They will appear in Ellicott at a later date.
Josh A. Moore, 33, of Mayville was charged Friday with fourth-degree grand larceny, endangering the welfare of a child and being a fugitive from justice. Police investigated a report of a subject stealing from a local business. Through this investigation, a vehicle description and plate was obtained. Police located the vehicle at a local scrap yard and took Moore into custody on an active bench warrant. Further investigation revealed that Moore had taken $1,085.77 worth of merchandise from Home Depot. Moore also had a warrant out of Pennsylvania leading to the fugitive from justice charge. Moore was remanded to Chautauqua County Jail.
Caleb M. Wickstrom, 23, of Falconer was charged Monday with false personation. Wickstrom had an arrest warrant issued for violation of probation, where it is alleged he had neglected agreed terms of his conditions of probation. Wickstrom turned himself into police. He was remanded to Chautauqua County jail and will be back in Ellicott Court at a later date.
Josh M. Verrett, 16, of Jamestown was charged Tuesday with false personation. While checking a subject walking on West Falconer Street at 3 a.m., it was found that Verrett had falsely identified himself. He was issued an appearance ticket and released to a relative.