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Michael T. Baldwin Reports

Local NYS Police Report three felony arrests

After investigating an identity theft complaint in the Town of Cuba on February 7, 2022, Amity-based Troopers have now made a felony arrest. On Friday, State Police arrested Shannon N. Appleby, 40, of Cuba. She was charged with third-degree grand larceny and first-degree identity theft to obtain goods. Troopers said each count is a Class D felony charge. Appleby was issued an appearance ticket for court.

Painted-Post based State Police arrested Arthur L. Williams, 54, of Corning. He was charged with felony third-degree criminal possession of a weapon (with a previous conviction) as well as second-degree menacing with a weapon. Williams was initially detained.

Canisteo-based Troopers report the arrest of Matthew A. Nosar, 27, of Jasper. He was charged with criminal possession of stolen property and petit larceny. The charges stem from a complaint in the Town of Jasper and filed on Friday. He’ll have face time with a Justice in the near future.

Gas Prices in Wellsville

Prices at the pump continue to decline in Wellsville. Saturday morning, the Marathon station reported a gallon of regular unleaded gasoline was now $4.56 a gallon. Meanwhile Sunoco and Kwik Fill were at $4.61/gal. The prices have declined nearly everyday in the past week or two. While some argue it is still too high, the fact is, in Wellsville, they are not $4.99 anymore (or for now). One woman who was filling up this morning commented that she commuted to Corning weekdays and that while prices “are still too high,” she is “thankful for any relief.”

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