Gowanda Police Log for Feb. 24
Nadeau was arraigned in Persia Town Court and turned over to Niagara Frontier Transportation Authority Police for two active warrants issued for him by them for narcotics possession.
Patrick A. Flagg, 32, of Route 353, Little Valley, was charged Feb. 3 with operating with a suspended registration after being stopped on Torrance Avenue.
According to authorities, a DMV check revealed that Flaggs vehicle registration was suspended on Dec. 20, 2012 for an insurance lapse.
Flagg is due in Persia Town Court.
Ronald W. Jamieson, 42, of Taylor Hollow Road, Gowanda, was charged Feb. 6 with second-degree harassment, second-degree unlawful imprisonment and second-degree obstructing governmental administration following a domestic incident on West Main Street.
According to authorities, Patrol was informed that Jamieson had allegedly held a female acquaintance down, against her will, refused to release her and struck her numerous times with his open hand.
Jamieson is due in Persia Town Court.
Morgan S. Montour, 26, of Jimerson Lane, Brant, was charged Feb. 9 with driving without headlights, felony DWI, open alcohol container and refusal to take a breath test after being stopped on Perry Street for driving in a suspicious manner and turning off his headlights and driving approximately a quarter mile with them off.
According to authorities, Patrol saw an open bottle of beer in the front seat of the vehicle, and a DMV check confirmed that Montour had been previously convicted of DWI in Evans on Aug. 21, 2009.
Montour was arraigned in Collins Town Court and released on $1,000 bail.
Morgan A. Manfreda, 24, of Sandrock Road, Eden, was charged Feb. 8 with second-degree criminal mischief, making graffiti, possession of a graffiti instrument and child endangerment after Patrol responded to a report of criminal mischief and graffiti at a building on Jamestown Street.
According to authorities, as Patrol investigated the incident, they discovered that Eden Police were investigating a similar incident; Manfreda was allegedly responsible for both incidents.
Gowanda Police say they discovered that Manfreda had engaged in the criminal mischief with William Sywak and a 15-year-old juvenile.
Manfreda was arraigned in Persia Town Court and is due back in court.
William J. Sywak, 19, of Chestnut Street, Gowanda, was charged Feb. 8 with second-degree criminal mischief, making graffiti, possessing a graffiti instrument, fourth-degree conspiracy and child endangerment in connection with the above incident.
Sywak is due in Persia Town Court.
Thomas L. Barone, 40, no address given, was charged Feb. 20 with reckless endangerment, second-degree assault, third-degree criminal mischief and obstruction after allegedly shooting at the Village of Gowanda sidewalk plow, being driven by Bryan Bylbie.
According to authorities, Barone shot a long pellet gun, striking the window of the plow. Bylbie was hit by the pellet in the head and covered with glass, which cut his face.
Bylbie was taken to Lake Shore Hospital for observation.
Barone was arraigned in Persia Town Court and bail was set at $3,000; he was transported to Cattaraugus County Jail.