Jamestown Man Charged After Allegedly Urinating In Street, Then Fleeing Police

first_imgMGN Stock Image.LAKEWOOD – A City of Jamestown man is facing charges after police said he was observed urinating in the middle of Sunset Drive in the Village of Lakewood this week.Lakewood-Bust Police report the incident happened Wednesday afternoon.Officers say when Howard McAvoy, no age given, was confronted by patrol officers, he allegedly became uncooperative and then drove away in his vehicle.After a short pursuit, officers were able to get McAvoy to stop his vehicle. Police said he continued to be uncooperative, at times acting hostile to police and resisting arrest.Once in custody, officers alleged McAvoy tried to break the window of the patrol vehicle by slamming his forehead into the glass repeatedly.McAvoy was eventually arrested and charged with disorderly conduct, unlawful fleeing a police officer, resisting arrest and various vehicle and traffic law offenses.Officers said McAvoy was taken to the Chautauqua County Jail for central arraignment processing. Share:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window)last_img read more

The July Issue of Blue Ridge Outdoors is Live

first_imgDEPARTMENTSQUICK HITSNASCAR legend bikes 102-mile Assault on Mount Mitchell • Virginia teen sets record record with 7,000 pull-ups • Canadian breaks beer two-mile record, then pukesFLASHPOINTPublic lands for sale: Lawmakers propose selling off national forests and other federal lands to state and private interests.THE DIRTBirthplace of Rivers National Monument gains momentum in West Virginia • A creek contested—kayakers fight for the right to paddle Virginia’s Johns Creek.THE GOODSThe Leave No Trace Traveling Trainers dish their road trip essentials.TRAIL MIXFormer Black Crowes front man flies with a new crew.FEATURESSUMMER STARTS HERERoll down the windows, turn up the tunes, and hit the road. We have scoured the Southeast and Mid-Atlantic for the most affordable adventures for $100 or less, so you can travel more and spend less on your next road trip. Have a little more dough to play with? Check out our pricier suggestions, too.FARM TO FORK GUIDEThese days, every restaurant seems to be touting “farm-fresh,” “organic,” “non-GMO,” and “responsibly grown,” “locally” sourced ingredients. Which regional restaurants walk the talk? Here are our 25 favorites.FIRST THERE WERE PLANTSScientist Stephen Carmody uses Ancient Weeds to Launch Modern Food ProjectOUR OLYMPIANSMeet five regional athletes who have qualified for the 2016 Olympics and are eyeing gold in Rio next month.last_img read more