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Village of Bolivar Police Department arrest report

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Oct. 4 to Oct. 17, 2021:

Bolivar Village Police charged Colby A. Smith, 27, of Bolivar with felony second-degree assault and criminal obstruction of breathing after an alleged incident in the village on Oct. 6. He was released with an appearance ticket for Nov. 18.

Police charged a Bolivar man, 50, with disorderly conduct after an incident at a varsity football game. 

Police charged Michael S. McDonald, 40, on an arrest warrant with third-degree felony criminal possession of a controlled substance and third-degree felony criminal sale of a controlled substance on Oct. 6. McDonald was processed and released to appear in village court on Oct. 21.

Police charged a Bolivar man, 31, with speeding, third-degree driving without a license and driving with a suspended or revoked registration. 

Police charged a Bolivar man, 20, with operating while registration is suspended or revoked, improper plates, no distinctive plates, inadequate or no muffler, uninspected motor vehicle, unsafe tires, operating without insurance after a traffic stop on Main Street. The vehicle was towed by Mossbrook.

Troopers charged a Bolivar man, 35, with uninspected motor vehicle and no Insurance after a traffic stop on Reed Street. The vehicle was towed by Mossbrook.

Police charged a Bolivar man, 19, with failure to stop for a school bus after a complaint from the  Bolivar-Richburg Bus Garage.

Police assisted the Allegany County Child Protective Services with a complaint on Friendship Street on Friday.

Police investigated a complaint of a loud boom on Main Street on Saturday.

Police were called to remove a male from the Bulldog after a complaint Saturday.

Police charged a 15-year-old male with second-degree assault after an incident on Main Street on Saturday. He was referred to the Allegany County Probation Department. 

Police charged Jesse S. Williams, 35, with third-degree aggravated driving without a license, unlicensed operator, no registration, no inspection, no insurance and no distinctive plate on Sunday. The vehicle was towed by Mossbrook.

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