Editor's note: News releases written by Corry City Police, Pennsylvania State Police, Union City Police, Bureau of Liquor Control Enforcement and Chautauqua County Sheriff's Office are submitted to The Corry Journal, which then publishes the exact information supplied by police. Whether names or other facts of the incident are published depends strictly on what information has been given by the police. The news releases are kept on file at The Journal.

Pennsylvania State Police 

• WAYNE — At about 4:04 p.m. Oct. 5, PSP at Corry investigated a dog leash law violation on Route 6. Charges of disorderly conduct against Ronald Kosiorek, 78, of Corry, are pending through District Judge Denise Buell’s office. 

• WAYNE — At 11:08 p.m. Sept. 27, PSP at Corry responded to an address on Route 6 for a report of property damage. After an investigation, it was determined that a 30-year-old Union City man damaged the front door of a 46-year-old Corry man’s residence. The Union City man was subsequently charged with criminal mischief of under $1,000 with the damage to a single wooden door estimated at $175. State police did not release the name of the accused. 

• SUMMIT— A theft by deception and extortion incident took place at about 5 p.m. Oct. 8 as Eric Peters, 28, of Corry, who worked at Monro Auto Service located at 6601 Peach St., failed to deposit a customer’s cash payment of $1,643.22. Charges are filed with District Judge Lisa Ferrick’s office. 

Chautauqua County Sheriff’s Office 

• FRENCH CREEK, N.Y. — At about 1 p.m. Oct. 8, officers responded to an address on Bakerink Road in the town of French Creek, New York, for a report of an altercation. An investigation found that Jordan M. Taylor, 23, of Clymer, engaged in a physical altercation with another subject at the address. Taylor was also found to have threatened that subject with a dangerous instrument. He was arrested and charged with menacing in the second degree, endangering the welfare of a child, aggravated harassment in the second degree and harassment in the second degree. Taylor was transported to the Chautauqua County Jail to be arraigned in the Centralized Arraignment Program. 

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