The Port Allegany Police Department dealt with two separate wandering juveniles and some sort of a row between another two, and arrested two individuals wanted in other states, in the week that began Monday, April 4 and ended Sunday, April 11.

 

Last Monday Chief Dave Distrola found a 16-year-old female who had walked away from Bridgeport Academy and took her back to school, after a 10:50 a.m. call notifying him she had left without permission.

 

Last Tuesday evening at 9 Officer Tony Tanner was called concerning a male juvenile missing from an Arnold Avenue address. Tanner found the youth and took him to his fatherís home.

 

Last Wednesday at 3:30 p.m. Officer Tanner received a parking complaint concerning a vehicle parked behind the Post Office. A parking citation was issued.

 

Friday at 11:30 a.m. Chief Distrola received a complaint concerning a student being harassed by a motorist while walking from Port Allegany Junior-Senior High School to the Career and Vocational Center. The motorist allegedly jumped from his vehicle and attacked the walking student. Both are 18. Investigation continues.

 

At 1 a.m. Saturday Officer Adam Dickerson was asked to assist Pennsylvania State Police on Route 6 East, between Wildwood Drive and Fessenden Road, in a matter involving two males who were walking in and out of the traffic way and appeared to be intoxicated. The subjects were under 21. Dickerson held them until PSP arrived.

 

At 7:35 a.m. Officer Kyle Day conducted a traffic stop, and found that the driver, Benjamin Dreyer, was wanted in Arkansas on a felony warrant. Day arrested Dreyer as a fugitive from justice. Dreyer was remanded to McKean County Jail where he is awaiting extradition.

 

At 3 p.m. Officer Dickerson arrested Robert Main at a North Main Street address on a Potter County warrant. Main was wanted in Virginia, too, on felony charges. The Potter County Probation Department responded and transported Main to Potter County Jail.