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News update for Wed., July 16, 2014


Three people arrested for allegedly stealing items from Seven-Eleven store in Jamestown multiple times...

Three people -- two from Jamestown -- have been arrested for allegedly stealing a number of items... multiple times... from the 7-11 Store on North Main Street in the city.  Jamestown Police say their bike patrol arrested 31 year-old Amy Robbins... and, a 17 year-old from the city... and, 45 year-old Michael Pacheco of Salamanca... about 11:30 p.m. Tuesday.  Officers say the trio was acting suspiciously or committing other offenses when they were stopped on North Main.  Police say further investigation showed the suspects were in possession of stolen property, or items recently stolen from the store.  The trio faces charges including criminal possession of stolen property... petty larceny... and, disorderly conduct.  A fourth suspect led police on a foot chase... and, remains at large.  He is described as a black male who is 17 to 20 years of age who was last seen wearing a long-sleeve off-white colored shirt with red shorts and an unknown type of ball cap.  If you have any information on the suspect... call city police at 483-7531... or their Confidential Tip-line at 483-TIPS.  That's 483-8477.


Two local UMC delegates to international convocation and assembly in Philippines arrive as typhoon hits...

Two Chautauqua County residents attending an international religious conference in the Philippines had some scary moments... but, are okay after being caught in the middle of an Asian typhoon.  Local Youth Leader... and, former interim Cassadaga Valley Central School Superintendent Tom Schmidt... is among the regional delegation to the Global Young People's Convocation and Legislative Assembly in Manila.  Schmidt says about 200 to 300 of the attendees were in a retreat center when the storm hit full-force on Tuesday.  He says there was extensive damage to the compound of buildings where they were initially.  Schmidt says two out of four buildings that had roofs torn off... while the dining hall was devastated, with all of it's windows taken out.  Bemus Point United Methodist Youth member Emily Allen is also there... and, Schmidt says she's okay, as well.  Speaking with our Dennis Webster Wednesday morning... he says they weathered the storm as well as can be expected... and, were being moved to another location closer to downtown Manila.  Schmidt praised the organizers of the gathering for getting them new accomodations.

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