Authorities Question 14-Year-Old Girl In Death Of 2-Year-Old Boy

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ASHVILLE-Little Racers Day Care is not in any way involved in the death of a two-year-old boy who died in the residence where the business also resides, according to Chautauqua County District Attorney David Foley in an interview with TheCAT noontime Tuesday.

“Little Racers” Day Care Scene Of Two-Year-Old Boy’s “Suspicious Death”

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ASHVILLE-“Little Racers” day care at 5227 Rt. 474 is the scene of what the Chautauqua County Sheriff’s Office calls an “extensive investigation” that began with the death of a two-year-old boy apparently sometime Monday. Sheriff Joseph Gerace reports a 14 year-old girl may be responsible for the death.Update at 1:09 p.m.-While the death occurred at the day care the operation was not involved according to DA David Foley. image

The boy’s body was sent for an autopsy at Erie County Medical Center in Buffalo.

Neighbors began messaging chaucat.com about nine Tuesday morning telling of an extensive police presence at Little Racers. We had expected to cover the announcement of an upcoming golf event at Peek ‘N Peek, but diverted all our resources to Ashville to cover the events there.

14 Year-Old Girl Suspected In Toddler’s Death At Ashville Day Care

Scene as of 10:12 a.m. Tuesday at Little Racers Daycare.

Scene as of 10:12 a.m. Tuesday at Little Racers Daycare.

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ASHVILLE-A two year-old boy has died under suspicious circumstances and a 14 year-old girl may be responsible, according to Chautauqua County Sheriff Joe Gerace on scene at Little Racers Day Care, 5227 Rt 474. 

However, according to Chautauqua County District Attorney, David Foley, the death does not involve the day care operation which is housed in the residence.

 

[Exclusive Video]: Chief Tim Wright Says “Not Guilty” In Leon Court

 

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Chief Tim Wright in front of Leon Town Justice Ashley Milliman Monday evening. Image by Ryan Hedrick. Credit chaucat.com.

CONEWANGO VALLEY-Carroll Police Chief Tim Wright, now on paid leave, pleaded Not Guilty to a 3rd degree assault charge Monday evening in Town of Leon Court. Meanwhile his estranged wife is seeking an order of protection, according to information released in the court.

Wright is charged with striking his wife in the couple’s car while driving through Leon April 5. She later sought medical treatment in Jamestown.

Wright’s spouse is now seeking a “no contact” order of protection, according to information released in court. Wright was scheduled to again come to court 5:30 p.m. August 13, and will be accompanied by an attorney.

Youngsville, Pa. Woman Dies In Motorcycle-MiniVan Collision

BUSTI-Rebecca Westfall, 58, Youngsville, Pa.,died Saturday at the scene when she was catapulted from the passenger seat of her husband’s 2010 Can-Am motorcycle which had hit the rear of a mini-van that police say ran a Stop sign at the intersection of  Busti-Stillwater Road and S. Main Street Ext.

Wiltsie Westfall, 56, was also thrown from the three-wheel bike and was flown to Hamot Hospital in Erie for treatment of the resulting injuries.

Lakewood-Busti Police Investagators say the Westfalls were westbound on Busti-Stillwater Road at 5:38 p.m. when Kareem Walker, 41, Jamestown, did not stop as required as he drove south on S. Main and his minivan was hit on the drivers side rear by the motorcycle causing both to slam into a ditch on the south side of Busti-Stillwater Road.

Walker was not injured and charges are pending further investigation, according to the police report.

Freeney’s Alleged Attackers Plead Not Guilty

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Mike Robinson,31, entered Not Guilty plea to 1st degree assault charge Monday morning in Jamestown City Court. Robinson did not wear a shirt when he was arraigned.

Alex Jewell, 23, alleged driver.

Alex Jewell, 23, entered Not Guilty plea to 1st degree assault charge Monday in Jamestown City Court.

JAMESTOWN-Two men accused of 1st degree assault in connection with Friday’s shooting attack on Chris Freeney entered Not Guilty pleas at their arraignment Monday in Jamestown City Court. Alex Jewell,23, no address listed and Mike Robinson, 31, no address listed, were represented by the Chautauqua County Publi Defenders Office.

Both were arrested by city police Saturday after the Ford Focus they allegedly used was found on Jamestown’s south side, according to information disclosed by JPD.

Police have released very few details aboutl the crime which left Freeney badly wounded by one or more projectiles from what Chief Harry Snellings called “a long gun.” A cartridge found in the parking lot indicated the weapon was a shotgun.

Freeney remains in critical condition at Erie County Medical Center in Buffalo where he was helicoptered Friday after immediate first aid at WCA Hospital. Reportedly he was struck in the area of his waist.

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Motorcyclist Killed In Vehicle-Motorcycle Collision

BUSTI- A motorcyclist died as the result of a collision with a vehicle at Stillwater Road and S.Main Street Saturday about 5:30 p.m.

Further details await the completion of the investigation and proper notifications, according to Lakewood-Busti Police Sunday afternoon.

Two Suspected In Freeney Shooting Now Under Arrest

JAMESTOWN-Two individuals suspected of attempting to murder Chris Freeney late Friday afternoon are each charged with 1st-degree assault and in custody, according to JPD late Saturday.

Neither suspect’s identity was made known by JPD Capt. Robert Samuelson who cited the requirements of an ongoing investigation as the reason for not disclosing the suspects’ names.

Earlier Saturday police discovered the automobile they believe the suspects used to waylay Freeney in front of Tops Supermarket, 2000 Washington St. Images of the car were widely distributed by police who report finding it unoccupied on a south side street.

Police have not disclosed the name of the victim but, it is widely known to be Chris Freeney. Freeney, according to Samuelson, remains in critical condition at Erie County Medical Center in Buffalo.