City Woman Faces Charges Following Accident

A Jamestown woman was issued a pair of tickets following a two-car accident on Wednesday afternoon that resulted in a city man complaining of back and neck pain.

According to the Jamestown Police Department, at 2:50 p.m. a 2004 Chevrolet Malibu driven by Camill J. Bonds, 21, of Jamestown, heading north on Winsor Street struck a 2003 Toyota Highlander driven by Clevon Wofford, 35, of Jamestown as he was heading east on Falconer Street.

“Camill (Bonds) stopped at the stop sign at Winsor and Falconer and said that she didn’t see anybody coming so she pulled out and drove right into the passenger side of Clevon’s (Wofford) vehicle,” said Officer Thomas Shea of the Jamestown Police Department. “(Wofford) had the right of way. He complained of back and neck injuries from being struck and will go to the hospital on his own.”

Bonds was issued a ticket for driving without a license and one for failure to yield to right of way at a stop sign.

The drivers opted not to have the vehicles towed.