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News Update for Tues., Apr. 2, 2013


Early morning fire destroys barn, damages house in town of Westfield...

Chautauqua County fire investigators are looking for the cause of a fire that destroyed a barn and damaged a nearby house in the town of Westfield Tuesday morning.  Firefighters from Westfield and four other departments battled the blaze at 7721 Martin Wright Road.  Battalion Chief Rick Cole says crews got the call around 4:45 a.m. this morning.  Cole says the house was about 25 feet from the barn, and by the time they got set up operations, the house and barn were both burning.  He says the barn was pretty much gone at that point.  Cole adds the area was hard to reach from the road.  Cole says he arrived about 20-minutes after the initial call... and, the barn was already "on the ground" when he arrived.  He says the homeowner may have suffered some minor facial burns... but, the two occupants of the house were able to escape to safety because of smoke detectors.  The fire also damaged some nearby trees.  Westfield had help from Brocton, Portland, Ripley and Mayville fire crews. 


State Police in PA update information on robbery involved in hold-up at Kwik Fill in Sugar Grove...

More information has been released about the man who allegedly robbed the Sugar Grove Kwik Fill station late last week.  The Warren Times-Observer reports the robbery occurred between 1:45 a.m. and 2 a.m.  State Police in Warren say the suspect's skin was completely covered, and there was little information from a surveillance camera. The man is between 5'8"... and 5'10" tall with a medium to light build.  He was wearing a light tan hoodie, darker pants, gloves, black muck/barn boots, and a blue bandana with a hole cut out over his right eye.  He spoke in broken english, possibly Hispanic, and may be a migrant worker.  Anyone with information should contact the state police in Warren, or Warren County Crimestoppers at 1-800-832-7463.


Search continues for missing North Warren, PA man...

The search is continuing today in Warren County, Pennsylvania for a North Warren man... whose been missing since March 22.  The Warren Times-Observer reports that 14 agencies... led by Conewango Township Police... are involved in the search... which has included the Allegheny and Conewango Fire Departments.  The missing man... 69 year-old Dan Wolboldt... is a Scoutmaster with Troop 13 in North Warren, and a pastor.  Police say he went missing a week ago last Friday... but, left behind his vehicle, watch, wallet, cellphone, pager, and medication.  An intensive search utilizing 75 trained rescuers were involved in the search last Saturday.  If anyone has information on Wolboldt's whereabouts... they should call Conewango Township Police.  We have a call into police for a further update.  Glade Township and North Warren fire crews are also helping to head up the search.


Jamestown's Dept. of Development to hold initial hearing on CDGB and HOME Program funding...

Jamestown's new director of Development is urging residents to "bring your ideas" to an inital public hearing on the city's 2013 Community Development Block Grant and HOME Programs Wedneday night.  Vince DeJoy says the session begins at 6:30 p.m. in City Council Chambers.  DeJoy says the purpose of this first session is to get input on potential neighborhood projects... and, projects in targeted areas.  He says those projects have to meet certain requirements... including 80-percent of them being in low to moderate income areas.  DeJoy says it's not "too difficult to find some realy worthy projects" in Jamestown... to improve neighborhoods.  In the past... he says projects have included owner-occupied dwelling emergency repairs... along with infrastruture projects that have been done in the Allen and Bowen Street-areas.  He adds they've also used funds to help with making public places compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act requirements.  As for funding... DeJoy says they haven't received the exact amount yet... but, he knows it's going to be 5-percent less than last year due to federal "sequestration" cuts that took effect Mar. 1.  He hopes the amount remains in the $1-million range.  gain... the initial public hearing on Jamestown's CDBG and HOME Program funding is at 6:30 Wednesday night in City Council Chambers.


Jamestown man jailed for child endangerment during domestic dispute...

A city man has been jailed for allegedly shoving a 12 year-old girl who tried to intervene in a domestic dispute.  Jamestown police were called to the scene at 193 Barrett Ave. about 11:30 p.m. Monday... and, spoke with the victim who made the initial complaint.  The victim said 51 year-old Joseph Troutman was disorderly and drunk... and, allegedly pushed the girl during the incident.  Officers arrested Troutman for criminal mischief... and, endangering the welfare of a child.  He was taken to the city jail pending arraignment.

 

 

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