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The Wellsville Sun will only release names for extremely serious felony arrests or arrests of persons of public interest or positions of influence. All those arrested are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.


Police charged a Wellsville man, 45, for stealing from Giant Food Mart in Wellsville. He was issued an appearance ticket.

Police charged a Wellsville man, 41, with Public Lewdness for an alleged lewd incident on Bolivar Road in August. He will have to explain things to Wellsville Village Justice Brad Thompson in court on Oct. 19.

Police charged a Wellsville woman, 39, with second-degree assault, fourth-degree criminal possession of a weapon, second-degree unlawful imprisonment, endangering the welfare of a child and second-degree harassment. The incident took place on Pleasant Street in Wellsville. She was arrested and brought to the Wellsville Village Court and released with appearance tickets to answer the charges on Oct. 19.

A Friendship woman, 34, hit the Wellsville business trifecta as she allegedly stole things from Dollar General, Auto Zone and Tractor Supply and was charged for all three places. She was issued appearance tickets for Oct. 19.


Police said a Hume man, 36, was allegedly driving drunk and blew a .18, which doubled up his DWI tickets. Police said he was also speeding and didn’t have a driver’s license. He will be back in Cuba Court to answer the charges.


Troopers charged a 41-year-old Olean woman for driving while ability impared by drugs. Troopers said she failed the standard field sobriety test. She was released with tickets.

Troopers charged a 29 year-old man, of Cuba with felony driving while intoxicated in Rushford on Monday. Troopers said it was a felony because he has a prior DWI conviction within the last 10 years.

Troopers were called to a house in Willing on Wednesday and it turned out to be boyfriend-girlfriend problems. Words of wisdom solved the issue and it was closed by investigation. Troopers reported they had another civil issue at a home in Willing five minutes earlier, the same night.

A Cohocton woman, 79, caused some heavy metal when she damaged her car while driving in Caneadea on Wednesday. There were no injuries or tickets.

Separate vehicles driven by Friendship men collided in Wirt on County Road 34 on Monday afternoon. No one was injured.

One person was injured when separate vehicles driven by Wellsville women collided on Niles Hile Road on Tuesday afternoon around 12:21 p.m. No other information was given.

A Wellsville man, 32, caused some heavy metal damage to his vehicle in a one-vehicle accident in Andover on State Route 417 Tuesday around 4 p.m. No injuries were reported.

A Bath man, 64, was not injured after he caused heavy metal damage to his vehicle during a one-car accident on Interstate 86 in Angelica on Tuesday around 5 p.m.

Troopers responded to suspicious persons reports on Tuesday in Caneadea, Burns and Scio on Tuesday. The Scio report was at 2:14 a.m. The Burns report was at 3:39 a.m. and is now a pending investigation.

Troopers have an active investigation into a littering complaint in Angelica from Monday afternoon.

Troopers were called to an incident in Genesee on Monday at 6:13 p.m. The complaint turned out to be too much noise. The case was closed.

A 14-year-old minor from Wellsville was charged by Troopers with promoting sexual performance of a child less than 17 on Monday afternoon in Friendship. The teen was arrested and released with an appearance ticket.

Troopers were called to Richburg to quell a disturbance and neighborhood trouble on Saturday afternoon. They were able to get everyone to simmer down and the case was closed.

Troopers charged a Birdsall man, 62, with misdemeanor assault on Saturday at 5 p.m. He was released but the investigation is still open.

Someone called 911 in the village of Belmont last weekend and hung up. Troopers responded to the location and the investigation was closed.

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