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Boisterous parolee winds up back in jail

BATAVIA -- A combative parolee landed herself back in jail Monday evening, the Genesee County Sheriff's Office reports.

Summer Ogden, 34, of West Main Street, was arrested around 6:30 p.m. for a parole violation, police said.

Ogden allegedly struggled with deputies while being arrested, and police said they found her armed with a knife. En route to Genesee County Jail, Ogden repeatedly kicked at the windows in the police car and spit on equipment in the car, police said.

She was charged with resisting arrest, weapons possession, criminal mischief and tampering. Ogden was arraigned in City Court and is held in lieu of $2,500 bail, police said.

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Often-penalized driver fails to appear in court

RANDOLPH -- A man with seven driver's license suspensions and revocations was arrested Monday for failing to appear in Randolph Town Court for another traffic charge, according to state police.

Brian J. Harrison, 28, was arrested Monday by the same trooper who arrested him in August for driving on a suspended license. Harrison was to appear in Randolph Town Court to face the aggravated unlicensed operation charge.

Harrison has had his license suspended or revoked seven times for failing to pay child support and driving while intoxicated, among other charges.

Harrison was arraigned in Randolph Town Court and given another appearance date.

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Falls man, 55, accused of fighting with officers

NIAGARA FALLS -- A 66th Street man with a long record of felonies faces one more after he allegedly fought with officers who tried to arrest him late Monday night.

Charles B. Wilson, 55, was charged with driving while intoxicated, fourth-degree criminal possession of a weapon and felony third-degree assault for allegedly punching a city police officer.

He pleaded not guilty in City Court Tuesday and was held on $16,500 cash or $33,000 bond for criminal and traffic charges. He also was charged with resisting arrest, aggravated unlicensed operation and failure to stop for a stop sign. A return court date was set for Jan. 7.

Wilson was stopped just before 11 p.m. Monday in the 600 block of 66th Street for allegedly running a stop sign and then struggled with officers as they attempted to handcuff him, punching Officer Jay Fisher in the face twice and breaking a Taser, police said. He refused DWI tests, but was reported to be "highly intoxicated."

He had four felony convictions and two violent felony convictions, most recently in 1997, and was found with a .50-caliber rifle, police said. He told police that his most recent conviction was for switching vehicle identification numbers.

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Silver Creek woman faces DWI charges

SILVER CREEK -- Chautauqua County sheriff's deputies who saw a vehicle swerve over the center line have charged a Silver Creek woman with aggravated driving while intoxicated for having a blood-alcohol level of at least 0.18 percent.

Tara M. Seneca, 36, also was charged with failure to keep right after she was stopped in her eastbound vehicle on Routes 5 and 20 in the Town of Hanover shortly before 1 a.m. Tuesday.

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Lackawanna woman arrested in domestic case

SALAMANCA -- Christina R. Jimerson, 34, of Lackawanna, was arrested Monday by city police and charged with third-degree assault following a domestic incident. She was held in the city lockup pending arraignment.

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Falls man, 21, admits assaulting 4-year-old

LOCKPORT -- A man who threw a 4-year-old girl into a bedroom nightstand, inflicting a head injury, pleaded guilty Monday in Niagara County Court.

Jeffrey C. Whitmer, 21, of Bell Street, Niagara Falls, admitted to second-degree assault and was scheduled for sentencing Feb. 28 by Judge Matthew J. Murphy III.

The victim was the daughter of Whitmer's girlfriend, and the incident occurred Aug. 13 in the apartment of the girlfriend's mother, prosecutors said.

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Salamanca woman charged in laptop rental incident

SALAMANCA -- Julie M. Bly, 42, of Elm Street, was scheduled to appear today in City Court on a charge of misapplication of property. The charge stems from an incident involving a laptop computer from Champion Rent To Own at the Broad Street Plaza.

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Allegany man, 18, faces criminal mischief charge

ALLEGANY -- Matthew DucLuu, 18, of Route 417, was arrested by Cattaraugus County sheriff's deputies and charged with fourth-degree criminal mischief for spinning his tires and driving through the backyard of his landlord's residence around 4:45 p.m. on Dec. 12. DucLuu was released to answer to the charge in Allegany Town Court at a later date.

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