Area Police Reports


CHAUTAUQUA – Edward L. Schlabach, 22, of Mayville; Scott Boardman, 38, of Mayville; and Autumn Boardman, 37, of Mayville were involved in a motor vehicle accident Tuesday. At approximately 12:16 p.m., Scott Boardman was traveling northbound on Route 394 when Schlabach pulled in front of him while exiting the parking lot of Lighthouse Grocery. The vehicles collided and came to a rest in a lawn on the west side of the roadway. Scott Boardman was not injured, but his passenger, Autumn, was flown to UPMC Hamot for non-life-threatening injuries. Schlabach was also flown to UPMC Hamot. Charges are pending further investigation.

CELORON – Nicholas A. Guzda, 25, of Celoron was charged Monday with parole violation and second-degree trespass. At approximately 3:30 p.m., deputies arrested Guzda who was wanted on several warrants from the Jamestown Police and New York State Parole. He was located at his Celoron residence and turned over to Jamestown Police for further court proceedings.


Naequan T. McCray, 21, of Jamestown was charged Tuesday with second-degree reckless endangerment, reckless driving, speed not reasonable and prudent and failing to yield right of way to an emergency vehicle and multiple other vehicles. At approximately 1:05 a.m., officers observed a vehicle traveling at a high rate of speed while conducting a traffic stop on another vehicle near Forest and Linden avenues. The speeding vehicle nearly struck an officer and the other vehicle that was pulled over. Officers later stopped the speeding vehicle and took the driver – McCray – into custody. He was transported to city jail without incident.

Fredrick V. Aldrich, 46, of Jamestown was charged Sunday with second-degree criminal impersonation, no/inadequate exhaust, unregistered motor vehicle, open container, third-degree aggravated unlicensed operator and driving while intoxicated. At approximately 10:09 p.m., officers observed a Chevy Blazer with a loud exhaust and expired New York state registration near the area of Foote and Newland avenues. A traffic stop determined that the driver – Aldrich – was intoxicated. During the investigation, Aldrich gave police a false name and date of birth. At the city jail, he also refused to submit a chemical test to determine his blood alcohol concentration.


Kimberly Bogey, 42, of Jamestown was charged on May 5 with third-degree grand larceny. Wal-Mart was investigating an internal issue with employees cashing bad checks at the store. Further investigation revealed that Bogey cashed $32,135 in bad checks for non-sufficient funds and with a closed bank account over a two-year period. Bogey reported posted bail.

Amanda L. Darling, 19, and Dylan E. Gibbs, 22, both of Jamestown were charged Monday with petit larceny. At approximately 8:18 p.m., Darling and Gibbs were detained at the Lakewood Wal-Mart after the two were seen placing items into a purse and a diaper bag and tried to leave the store without paying. The merchandise found on them was determined to be worth $252.67. They will appear in Busti Court at a later date.


RANDOLPH – Joshua J. Meachum, 32, of Randolph was charged on May 13 with endangering the welfare of a child. It was determined that Meachum provided alcohol and marijuana to a child less than 17 years old on May 3. The child was reportedly under his supervision. He will appear in Randolph Court at a later date.


CHARLOTTE – Christopher Dellahoy, 25, of Jamestown was charged Tuesday with unlawful possession of marijuana after state troopers responded to Pine Acres Trailer Park on Route 60, Cassadaga, to assist EMS with a male subject who had put his arm through a bedroom glass window and was being disorderly. In plain view on the bedroom dresser was a glass smoking pipe containing burnt marijuana residue. Dellahoy admitted it was his pipe.

DUNKIRK – Steven Seavy, 23, of Brocton was arrested Tuesday on an arrest warrant for second-degree harassment-physical contact. The warrant was issued by Brocton Court after an incident that took place on Pullman Street in Brocton on April 25. Seavy was transported to Brocton Court and arraigned. He was released on his own recognizance and is to return to court June 4.