An altercation at a Jamestown McDonald's has led to multiple charges being lodged against an Erie, Pa., resident in New York and Pennsylvania.
State police at the Jamestown barracks Sunday said they received a call from management at the 2803 N. Main St. restaurant regarding an altercation involving five patrons. Upon arrival, police located the individuals, all of whom were escorted out of the restaurant.
After being confronted by police, a 19-year-old male began yelling at an 18-year-old female, shouting profanities at her. The male was then charged with disorderly conduct and transported to police barracks.
Once arraigned in Ellicott Court in front of Justice Marilyn Gerace, the male was remanded to Chautauqua County Jail in lieu of bail. Upon arrival at the facility, it was determined the male had used a false name and was discovered to be Justin J. Kaliszewski, 22, of Erie, Pa. Kaliszewski was then re-charged with second-degree criminal impersonation, second-degree obstructing governmental administration and disorderly conduct and taken to police barracks for processing.
Police in Jamestown contacted Millcreek police in Pennsylvania. It was learned Kaliszewski was wanted for second-degree burglary. Police in Erie requested extradition. Kaliszewski was then charged with being a fugitive from justice from the state of Pennsylvania.
Kaliszewski was again arraigned in Ellicott Court and was remanded to County Jail in lieu of bail. He is to appear in court at a later date.