ON THE RECORD

City of Warren

Warning. The Warren City Police are warning the public of several phone scammers who have been contacting citizens claiming to work for a big name computer company and warning citizens their computer is at risk. Victims have been talked into allowing these people access the their computers in order to fix the problems. Once the subject has access to the computer electronically, they then offer to fix the problems for a fee and demand a credit card number. In one instance, when the victim refused to pay, the subject then disabled the computer.

Harassment. On Sept 16, Warren City Police cited Kristan Seyfang, 24, and Lindsay Seyfang, 25, both of Warren, with harassment after officers were dispatched to a domestic dispute at the their residence.

Warrant. On Sept. 17, Warren City Police took Andrew Bedow, 27, Waterford, into custody on an outstanding warrant from Mercer County.

Warren County

Probation violation. On Sept. 16, officers of the Warren County Adult Probation Department, with assistance from Warren County Sheriff’s deputies, arrested Kurtis A. Groves, 22, of Irvine on charges of violation of probation. Groves, who originally was placed on probation on the charge of corruption of minors, was arrested by Probation Officers on a Supervisor’s Warrant and committed to the Warren County Jail pending further court action.

Parole violation. On Sept. 13, Officers of the Warren County Adult Probation Department, with assistance from Warren County Sheriff’s Deputies, arrested Ed Myer, 26, of Sheffield on charges of violation of parole. Myer, who originally was placed on parole on the charge of possession of paraphernalia, was arrested by Probation Officers on a Supervisor’s Warrant and committed to the Warren County Jail pending further court action.

Probation violation. On Sept. 13, Officers of the Warren County Adult Probation Department, with assistance from Agents from the PA State Parole, arrested Shannon Wolfe Sr., 56, of Warren on charges of violation of probation. Wolfe, who originally was placed on probation on the charge of indecent assault, was arrested by Probation Officers on a Supervisor’s Warrant and committed to the Warren County Jail pending further court action.

Parole violation. On Sept. 11, Officers of the Warren County Adult Probation Department, with assistance from Warren City Police, arrested David Brewer, 50, of Warren on charges of violation of parole. Brewer, who originally was placed on parole on the charge of possession of drug paraphernalia, was arrested by Probation Officers on a Supervisor’s Warrant and committed to the Warren County Jail pending further Court action.

Parole violation. On Sept. 13, Officers of the Warren County Adult Probation Department, with assistance from a State Parole Agent, arrested Thomas Christeson, 28, of Warren on charges of violation of parole. Christeson, who originally was placed on parole on the charge of terroristic threats, was arrested by Probation Officers on a Supervisor’s Warrant and committed to the Warren County Jail pending further court action.

Harassment. On Sept. 19, at 10:30 a.m., PA State Constables acted on an arrest warrant and arrested Lamar Keys on charges of harassment with physical contact in Conewango Twp. Keys was taken before District Magistrate Glenn Carlson and was released pending further court action.

Clarendon

Criminal Mischief. On Sept. 15, at approximately 9:30 p.m., Warren-based state police were called to a Terrace Haven residence after a small caliber round struck the front of the residence. The home was occupied at the time and no injuries were reported. Anyone with information is asked to contact the Warren-based state police.

Conewango Twp.

Theft. Conewango Twp. Police report between Sept. 14 and Sept. 16, someone accessed the rear parking lot of Jones Chevrolet in Starbrick and entered a 2002 Chevy Express Cargo Van owned by United Refining Company. According to police, numerous tools, including a Milwaukee Impact Drill and Cordless Drill, and copper wire from the rear of the vehicle were stolen. The total value is in excess of $800. Anyone with information is asked to contact the Conewango Twp. Police Dept.

Pine Grove Twp.

Crash. Warren-based state police are investigating a three-vehicle accident that occurred on Sept. 18 at 7:30 a.m. on Rt. 62 near the intersection of Timberview Lane. According to police, Melissa Gleason, 28, of Lakewood, NY was traveling south on Rt 62 and attempting to make a right turn onto Timberview Lane. She was followed by Chelsea Stevens, 22, of Jamestown, NY, who was traveling south on Rt 62 behind a vehicle driven by Jennifer Haer, 32, of Falconer, NY. When Gleason attempted to turn, the front of Haer’s vehicle made initial contact with the rear of Steven’s vehicle, causing it to push into the left rear of Gleason’s vehicle. Haer and Steven’s vehicles came to rest along the southbound berm of SR 62 facing south and were towed from the scene. Gleason’s vehicle came to a final rest along the westbound berm of Timberview Lane facing west. Haer and Stevens were were transported to WCA and Warren General Hospitals for treatment of moderate injuries. Russell VFD assisted on scene. Haer was charged with following too closely.

Endangering the welfare of a child. Warren-based state police responded to Warren General Hospital on Sept. 19 at 7 p.m. for a report of a 3 year-old female being treated for the ingestion of marijuana. Warren County Children and Youth Services was contacted to assist. The investigation continues.

Pittsfield Twp.

Crash. Warren-based state police responded to a two vehicle accident on Rt 426 at 12:35 p.m. on Sept. 17. According to police, Victoria Maines, 19, of Youngsville, was traveling east on Rt 426 near the intersection of SR 27, were Nicole Piger, 19, of Pittsfield was stopped at a properly posted stop sign. Piger left from a stopped postion proceeding west on SR 426 when Maines failed to observe a stop sign, continued traveling east and struck the rear of the vehicle driven by Piger. After impact, Piger’s vehicle traveled approx. 18 feet before coming to rest along the south berm facingeast. Maines vehicle came to rest 12 feet from the stop sign in the eastbound lane. Maines was cited for stop signs and yield signs.

Jamestown, NY

Meth Lab Investigation. At approx. 9 a.m. on Sept. 19, officers from the Jamestown Police Dept. were assisting Parole officers from the NY State Parole at 19 Crossman Street when they came across what appeared to be a working methamphetamine lab. Officers secured the area and investigators from the NY State Police (Contaminated Crime Scene Emergency Response Team – CCERT) were called in to assist the the investigation and to secure the lab itself. As of 6 p.m. on Sept. 19, officers from the Jamestown Police, and the Jamestown Fire Department were still on scene securing the lab. Investigators are expected to be on scene until early evening on the 19th. Charges are pending further investigation and more details will be released when they become available to the Jamestown Police.