A slew of charges will be faced by an individual as an aftermath of an alleged bar fight; an audio equipment heist is being checked out, juveniles were not where they were expected to be, and of course there was at least one noisy dog. Those were among matters Port Allegany Police dealt with in the week that began Monday, October 10 and ended Sunday, October 10.


Last Monday at 9:30 a.m. Chief Distrola was dispatched to the Beacon Light location on Mill Street because a juvenile was reported to have walked away. Beacon Light located and returned the juvenile.


Monday night at 7 Officer Tony Tanner was dispatched to Church Street at Broad Street where it was reported that a camper had run into the storage rental building. An operator identified as Kenneth Main was alleged to have run into the rain gutter, causing minimal damage. The building owner was notified.


Last Wednesday at 5 p.m. Officer Adam Dickerson went to 311 North Main Street in response to a report of a barking dog. Dickerson spoke with the dog owner and noted that the next such complaint would result in a citation.


Thursday at 10 a.m. Chief Distrola was dispatched to 608 North Main Street where Cliff Bell reported that someone had entered a black Dodge Neon registered to Bell and removed approximately $900 worth of audio equipment.


At 6 p.m. Dickerson was dispatched to the alley behind 608 North Main Street to check on a report of a suspicious vehicle. Jared Nellis reported the vehicle to be a light blue Nissan Truck, but was unable to provide any further information. The vehicle was gone when the officer got there.


At 9 p.m. Officer Dickerson was dispatched to North Main Street for a reported fight in front of the mid-Town Bar. Once there, Dickerson was approached by Perry B. Green, 23, of Cow Hollow Road, Roulette. Green allegedly attempted to strike Dickerson in the chest, and was subdued and arrested. Green is charged with aggravated assault as a second degree felony, disorderly conduct as a third degree misdemeanor, resisting arrest as a second degree misdemeanor, simple assault as a second degree misdemeanor, and one summary account each of harassment and public drunkenness.


At 1 a.m. Saturday officer Dickerson went to an Arnold Avenue home in response to a report of a missing teenager. The teen was found at his brotherís house and taken home.


At 8:30 p.m. Saturday Officer Tanner went to a Catlin Avenue address to let an owner into his locked car.


Just before noon Sunday Officer Kyle Day received a loose dog that was turned in by a Mill Street resident. At 5 p.m. Jennifer Freer stopped at the police station to claim the dog from Officer Tanner.

At 8:52 Sunday night Tanner went to 608 North Main Street for a report of criminal mischief. There he was told by Jared Nellis that someone had kicked in the wooded gate in the fence at the rear of the residence. Nothing was reported missing.