New York State Police And The Cattaraugus County Sheriff's Office Enter Into New Dispatching Agreement
The Cattaraugus County Sheriff’s Office and the New York State Police have for years operated under a “closest car” concept when it came to dispatching. When a 911 call rings into the Sheriff’sDispatchCenter, the nearest available unit, regardless of agency, is identified and sent to the call.
[Little Valley, NY]- The New York State Sheriffs’ Association Institute will begin its annual Honorary Membership drive inCattaraugusCounty within the next few days according to Sheriff Timothy Whitcomb.
The Cattaraugus County Sheriff’s Office is alerting the public to a phone scam that is generating in the Cattaraugus County Area. Residents are receiving phone calls from Medical Alert System informing the elderly they have won a free alert system. Residents are being asked for personal information to include personal identification, debit and credit card information, social security numbers, address information and more.
Unique to this scam it is a repeat scam that tends to call 4 or 5 times over, unlike most where you usually receive one call and it stops. Reside
After an investigation conducted by the Southern Tier Regional Drug Task Force the listed defendant was charged with two counts of Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance with intent to sell in the third degree, and two counts of criminal sale of a controlled substance in the 3rd degree.
The charges were a result from two separate incidents where the listed defendant sold cocaine to another person while in the City of Salamanca.
The defendant was arraigned in the City of Salamanca where he was remanded to the Cattaraugus County Jail in lieu 10,000.00 dollars bail.
[Little Valley, NY]- The Super Bowl is one of America’s most highly anticipated sports events, when friends and family gather in homes, bars and restaurants to celebrate. As Super Bowl Sunday approaches and football fans across the country prepare for the game, the U.S.
Jolly Old St. Nick recently made a call to the Cattaraugus County Sheriff’s Office Program Director Deputy Brian Keis to get an update and final count on the 2013 giving season. He was pleased to hear that fundraising efforts brought in nearly $7,600; a number much higher than last season. Deputy Keis reports that the program provided Christmas presents and dinner for 32 County families a total of 131 men, women, and children. This is 6 more families than last year and is the highest number that the program has seen since it began in 2004. Each year we find a greater need for help in our communities and we do everything possible to provide as many as we can.
Little Valley, NY – Sheriff Timothy S. Whitcomb announces the graduation of three Correction Officer Recruits from the New York State Division of Criminal Justice Basic Academy for correction Officers.