CHAUTAUQUA COUNTY ADDS FOUR TO WANTED LIST
MAYVILLE -- Four new names have been added to Chautauqua County's Most Wanted List. All are being sought by the Sheriff's Department.
Efrain Villegas, 39, of East Second Street, Dunkirk, is wanted for allegedly violating his probation.
Julio Cabrera, 30, of 221 Mullet St., Dunkirk, is wanted for allegedly violating his parole.
Loren Billquist, 51, of Westcott Street, Jamestown is wanted on a warrant for felony driving while intoxicated.
Clinton Hayward, 29, of Naples, is wanted on an alleged probation violation.
Anyone with information on these men is asked to call the Sheriff's Department at 753-2131.
MAN ACCUSED OF MURDER IN FATAL OLEAN STABBING
OLEAN -- A 19-year-old man arrested Sunday was charged with second-degree murder in the stabbing death of an Olean man in the 200 block of South Third Street shortly after 9 p.m. Friday, Olean police said.
Frederick Garris, 35, of South Barry Street, was pronounced dead in Olean General Hospital after being stabbed in the chest, authorities said.
Damon L. Maull, of North 15th Street, was charged with second-degree murder and second-degree assault. Maull was arraigned in Olean City Court and was denied bail. He was being held in Cattaraugus County Jail pending a preliminary hearing Thursday.
MAN'S BEATING OF WIFE CAUSED CRASH, POLICE SAY
When Amherst police responded to a motor vehicle accident on Casey Road early Sunday morning, they encountered an unusual sight -- both occupants unconscious in the back seat.
After they had unraveled the bizarre situation, police arrested the driver and accused him of jumping into the back seat to continue assaulting his wife -- apparently while the car was moving.
Officers John Fiore and James Caputi charged Tiber L. Csapo Jr., 39, of Ayer Road, with driving while intoxicated, second-degree assault and felony reckless endangerment.
Csapo was accused of punching his wife while they drove back from an Amherst restaurant early Sunday morning. His wife told police that he pulled over, punched her in the face, continued driving and continued beating her. After she jumped into the back seat, he followed her there. The vehicle crashed into heavy brush about 10 to 15 feet off the road.
Both Csapo and his wife were treated in Erie County Medical Center and released. He was released into police custody, pending his arraignment.