Steven R. Villa, 53, of 55 Charles St., Jamestown was charged at 6:55 p.m. on Thursday, with second-degree obstructing governmental administration. Jamestown Police responded to 12 Chautauqua Ave. for a domestic dispute. Upon arrival, officers spoke to Villa, who was uncooperative with police during the investigation and attempted to leave the scene. Officers told Villa to come back several times and he refused. Police were able to take him into custody and he was transported to City Jail awaiting arraignment.
LAKEWOOD-BUSTI POLICE DEPARTMENT
A 16-year-old male of Falconer was charged Friday with petit larceny following an investigation in a larceny that occurred on Oct. 12 in Wal-Mart, Lakewood. Originally on Oct. 12, a second male subject had been apprehended in the same larceny and the 16-year-old Falconer resident fled the scene. It was discovered that the 16-year-old had also stolen items from the store and later discarded them in a wooded area on a nearby street and fled. He is due in the Town of Busti Court on Tuesday to answer the charge.
Melody A. Clardy, of 1611 W. Third St., Apt. 24, Jamestown, was charged Friday with issuing a bad check to the Lakewood Mobile Mart on July 16 in the amount of $61.26. She is due in the Town of Busti Court on Tuesday to answer the charge.
TOWN OF ELLICOTT POLICE DEPARTMENT
Ryan M. John, 19, of 2453 Elam St., Jamestown and Devan M. Donelson, 17, of 3621 Langdon St., Kennedy were charged Oct. 1 with criminal trespass. While on patrol, Ellicott Police investigated a report of subjects entering a residence. It was learned that John and Donelson, along with two juveniles, entered a residence on Woodlawn Avenue without permission. John and Donelson were issued appearance tickets to be in Ellicott Court on a later date and the two juveniles were petitioned to Family Court.
Robin E. Patterson, 45, was charged at 8:15 p.m. on Tuesday with endangering the welfare of a child. Officers received a call from a business on South Work Street in the village of Falconer for an 11-year-old boy who could not find his parent. After further investigation, the mother, Patterson, left her child home alone with no electricity for an extended period of time. She was issued an appearance ticket and will appear in the Town of Ellicott Court at a later date.
Chance S. Renner, 23, of 308 E. Second St., Jamestown was charged Thursday with trespass/disorderly conduct. Ellicott Police officers responded to a town of Ellicott business for a report of an unwanted person. Renner was repeatedly told that he was not welcome on the property and he refused to leave. Upon officers' arrival, he became disorderly and began yelling vulgarities. Renner was arraigned in the Town of Ellicott Court and remanded to the Chautauqua County Jail in lieu of bail. He will appear in Ellicott Court at a later date.