Police Respond To Shooting


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JAMESTOWN – Police and other emergency personnel responded to a shooting in the area of Peach and Bowen Streets Tuesday night. 

At 7:13 p.m. emergency personnel were at 51 Bowen St for a report of a man shot in the leg down on the ground, according to scanner audio.



Neighbors said the shooting appeared to be a “drive by” but WNYNewsNow has not confirmed that with police.

The male shot was taken to UPMC Chautauqua WCA Hospital by Alstar EMS for treatment.

Police have not yet identified a suspect.



Jamestown Police Captain Todd Isaacson was on scene.

We will continue to update this breaking report.

1 Comment

  1. The corrosion of Jamestown continues. The weather has barely broke & we’re already witnessing the crimes that will plague this city at a much higher rate until November. It’s sad that this has is what we as a city have to look forward to as summer approaches.

    Have you ever been driving around with someone & said “Doesn’t it seem like the nice weather brings out the weirdos?” I know, we all have. The weirdos aren’t the only ones it brings out. The nice weather allows the criminals to once again hide in the darkness & operate at will.

    This city needs someone to step up & take reigns away from who’s leading us now. It’s not working. This city needs cleaned up before all is lost.

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