New York State Police report for Nov. 4
A 13-year-old male from Route 83, Cherry Creek, and a 14-year-old male from Main Street, South Dayton, are both due at Cattaraugus County Probation, following a late-September incident.
The two teens, authorities say, are accused of vandalizing the pavilion on the South Dayton Fire Department grounds the afternoon of Sept. 29.
Troopers say they used video from the security cameras on the grounds to track down the two youths.
• Shylia Shelly, 24, of Allen Street, Dayton, was charged Oct. 24 with second-degree aggravated unlicensed operation after being stopped on North Road in Perrysburg for speeding.
According to authorities, a computer check revealed that Shelly’s driver’s license had been revoked a total of seven times, on four different dates.
Shelly was arraigned in Persia Town Court and posted $500 bail. She is due in Perrysburg Town Court.
• Gerald Johnson, 29, of Versailles Plank Road, Brant, was charged Oct. 26 with aggravated DWI after being stopped on Route 438 in Irving.
According to authorities, Johnson had B.A.C. of .23 percent.
Johnson is due in Brant Town Court.
• Russell Balles, 33, of Prospect Street, Jamestown, was charged Oct. 27 with third-degree burglary and possession of burglar tools following a suspicious vehicle call.
According to authorities, Troopers responded to Airview Drive in Perrysburg at around 8:15 a.m. after an area resident, who was walking, spotting a vehicle parked on the abandoned J.N. Adam grounds. Troopers checked the area and found the perimeter fence cut and propped open with a metal pipe; they also found two large copper pipes lying near the fence, along with a backpack filled with hand tools for cutting.
Balles was allegedly spotted inside the grounds, hiding behind a cement wall, and eventually walked out after realizing he had been seen.
Balles is due in Perrysburg Town Court.
Troopers are continuing their investigation, as a second individual was also involved.