JAMESTOWN POLICE DEPARTMENT
Omar Rosado, 27, of Jamestown was charged Wednesday with aggravated family offense, second-degree criminal contempt and two counts of second-degree obstructing governmental administration. At approximately 12:49 a.m., officers responded to East Sixth Street for a report of a domestic violence incident. Upon investigation, it was revealed that Rosado was in the same residence as the victim during the incident while a valid order of protection was in effect. Officers located Rosado after he fled the scene. Rosado was taken into custody after he attempted to flee again, police said. Rosado was transported to Jamestown City Jail.
Barbara A. Flores, 45, of Jamestown was charged Tuesday with endangering the welfare of a child and third-degree assault. At approximately 6:30 p.m., officers responded to 117 Tower St. for a domestic incident. Officers determined that Flores repeatedly punched and scratched a 13-year-old female victim. Flores was charged and transported to Jamestown City Jail without incident.
Adam M. Keeler, 21, of Jamestown was charged Tuesday with second-degree obstructing governmental administration and resisting arrest. At approximately 11:15 p.m., officers were acting as peace officers while an individual was attempting to a get a vehicle back from Keeler. While officers were standing by, Keeler began acting disorderly, yelling and swearing at officers and the individual receiving his property back, police said. Officers warned Keeler multiple times to go inside his residence but Keeler allegedly refused. After officers told Keeler he was under arrest, Keeler attempted to flee inside the residence. Officers attempted to place Keeler under arrest but he failed to comply. After a brief struggle, Keeler was transported to Jamestown City Jail.
ELLICOTT POLICE DEPARTMENT
Serena T. Ellis, 28, of Celoron, was charged Tuesday with petit larceny. Police responded to Kmart for a report of an employee in custody who had allegedly stole money from the store over a period of time. Loss prevention officers of Kmart stated that over the last few weeks, Ellis, who was a Kmart employee, noticed that her cash drawer was continually short. On Tuesday, the officers caught Ellis stealing more money, police said. The total amount stolen was approximately $500 in cash. Ellis will appear in Ellicott Court on a later date.