Area Police Reports

JAMESTOWN POLICE DEPARTMENT

Four Jamestown minors, ranging from 17 to 18 years old, were charged Tuesday with four counts of petit larceny. At approximately 11:08 p.m., officers were dispatched to Tops Market on Foote Avenue where four shoplifters were in custody. Upon arrival, officers spoke with employees at the store who stated that they witnessed four minors take various items from the store and attempt to walk out without paying. The minors were confronted by a store manager and found to be in possession of multiple items. All four were transported to the city jail.

Robert Mosley, 53, of Jamestown was charged Tuesday with speed not reasonable and prudent, moving from lane unsafely and driving while intoxicated. At approximately 12:35 a.m., officers were dispatched to Crescent Street near Kipp Street for a report of a personal injury motor vehicle accident. Upon arrival, officers spoke with Mosley who had a large welt and laceration on his head. Investigation revealed that Mosley rear-ended a legally parked unoccupied vehicle which was resting against a utility pole. Officers could also smell intoxicants on Mosley’s breath and observed watery blood-shot eyes, slurred speech and poor balance. Mosley was transported to WCA Hospital for his injuries. A blood sample determined his alcohol content. He was transported to city jail.

ELLICOTT POLICE DEPARTMENT

Sarah I. Mccrae, 34, of Jamestown was charged Tuesday with fourth-degree criminal mischief and fourth-degree criminal possession of a weapon. Police were called to the J & C Auto Lot, located in Falconer, for a female breaking windows. Upon arrival, officers found Mccrae on the lot with lacerations to her hand. Investigation revealed that Mccrae had a switch blade knife. She will appear in Ellicott Court at a later date.

NEW YORK STATE POLICE

Jennifer A. Seymour, 30, of Jamestown was charged Wednesday with passing a red light, failure to keep right and driving while intoxicated. After a traffic stop on South Main Street, troopers detected a strong odor of alcohol from Seymour. After field sobriety tests, Seymour was placed under arrest and transported to state police in Jamestown for processing where a blood alcohol content of .09 was obtained. Seymour was issued traffic tickets and an appearance ticket. All tickets are returnable to Jamestown Court. Seymour was released to a third party.