SALAMANCA POLICE DEPARTMENT
SALAMANCA - A.J. Larkin Wheeler, 22, of Salamanca was taken into custody on a warrant charging him with third-degree assault on Wednesday around 1 p.m. He was sent to the Cattaraugus County Jail and held awaiting arraignment.
SALAMANCA - Phillip Haight, 26, of Bradford, Pa., was charged with third-degree larceny, trespassing and possession of burglary tools Wednesday around 3 p.m. He was taken into custody, arraigned and sent to the county jail where he was held in lieu of bail.
SALAMANCA - Cody Wyatt, 19, of Salamanca was taken into custody on a warrant charging him with fourth-degree criminal mischief and second-degree harassment Wednesday around 9:30 a.m. He was processed and released with an appearance ticket.
SALAMANCA - Brian Donner, 26, of Salamanca was taken into custody Wednesday on a warrant out of Cattaraugus County Family Court. He was taken to the Cattaraugus County Sheriff's office for processing.
PENNSYLVANIA LAW ENFORCEMENT
CONEWANGO - Warren-based state police charged a 19-year-old Warren male and a 17-year-old Clarendon male with retail theft after they were caught by Wal-Mart security personnel taking motion sickness pills out of a bottle and discarding it in another aisle at 6:05 p.m. Dec. 19. According to police, the male from Clarendon had also placed two doughnuts and a honeybun in his pocket.
CONEWANGO - Dana L. Greenlee, 22, and Nichole L. Worley, 25, both of West Hickory, Pa., were stopped outside of Wal-Mart by security personnel from the store and the Conewango Township police and charged with retail theft on Dec. 22. According to police, Greenlee was cited for retail theft for under $50 worth of items while Worley was charged with concealing $150 worth of items underneath clothing she had placed over the items in a shopping cart as she went through the checkout.
PINE GROVE -Warren-based state police reported Phyllis J. Edminston, 60, Warren, was driving a 2000 Plymouth Neon northbound on South Main Street while James T. Kestler, 59, of Kennedy, N.Y., was driving a 1997 Ford Explorer southbound at 9:55 a.m. Dec. 22. According to police, Edminston lost control while negotiating a right curve and slid across the center line. Police reported Kestler drove off the road to attempt to avoid the crash, but the Neon hit the driver's side of the Explorer. According to police, the Neon stopped in the southbound lane facing north and the Explorer stopped off the west side of the highway facing south. Police reported Edminston was charged with driving too fast for conditions.
CLARENDON -Warren-based state police reported that Clarence Edward Mott, 20, of Clarendon, was charged with theft after he allegedly took an iPod Nano from David Durstine, Clarendon, sometime between Dec. 14 and 19. According to police, the value of the iPod Nano was $150.