>Traffic stop brings drug, weapons counts
JAMESTOWN -- A city man is free on bail after being arrested Saturday following a routine traffic stop.
Marcus Lombardo, 26, was pulled over by Jamestown police at West Seventh and Jefferson streets around 10 p.m. They found that Lombardo's driver's license had been revoked. Officers also said they found a police scanner, digital scale and brass knuckles in the suspect's vehicle.
Lombardo was searched, and officers said they found a concealed quantity of cocaine, hypodermic needles and another narcotic.
Lombardo was arraigned on a long list of charges, including criminal possession of a controlled substance, criminal possession of a weapon and aggravated unlicensed operation.
>Man describes assault in parking lot of hotel
A Village of Delevan man was punched and kicked by five unknown assailants Saturday morning in the parking lot of the Adam's Mark Hotel off Church Street, police said.
The victim said the incident occurred at about 4:30 a.m., when two men punched him in the face and head. After he fell to the ground, three women kicked him in the head, police said.
>Chautauqua adds three to County Wanted List
MAYVILLE -- Three names have been added to this week's Chautauqua County Wanted List.
Ricardo Powell, 24, of Winsor Street, Jamestown, is wanted by Jamestown police on a probation violation in connection with a robbery charge.
Denise Watson, 45, of Willard Street, Jamestown, is wanted for allegedly violating her probation on a felony driving-while-intoxicated charge.
And Susanna Morales, 41, of Erie, Pa., is wanted by sheriff's deputies on a felony grand larceny charge.
Anyone with information on these three people, or anyone else on the Wanted List is asked to call the Sheriff's Department at 753-2131.
>DWI plea in striking pedestrian entered
LITTLE VALLEY -- A Bradford, Pa., man pleaded guilty Monday to driving drunk into a Cattaraugus County bar last summer.
William M. Frasier Jr., 27, pleaded before County Judge Larry M. Himelein to driving while intoxicated, second-degree attempted assault and third-degree criminal mischief. Sentencing is scheduled April 27.
District Attorney Edward M. Sharkey said that on Aug. 26, Frasier struck a pedestrian while driving into the front of a bar in Limestone.
In other County Court cases:
Philip C. Conklin, 37, of Jamestown, was sentenced to five years on probation and 200 hours of community service for a third-degree attempted burglary conviction. The crime occurred last January in a trailer in Great Valley.
Jamie M. Betances, 19, of Rochester, pleaded guilty to fifth-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance, cocaine, Feb. 24 in Olean. Sentencing will be April 23.