Police Make Multiple Stops As Part Of Enforcement Detail, Net Drugs And A Knife

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JAMESTOWN-Authorities discovered drugs and a knife during multiple traffic stops Friday as part of a Targeted Enforcement Detail according to multiple Jamestown Police reports.

The first stop occurred near Hedges and Scioto Sts after a vehicle ran a stop sign. Investigators discovered Lindsay Voye, a city resident, to be in possession of a large quantity of various pills and some marijuana.

She faces related charges.



Another stop later in the evening near Foote Ave. and Barker St netted cocaine, pills, marijuana and a switchblade knife.

Jamestown residents Randy Nicoloff, 55, and Douglas Fain, 38, were charged in that stop.

All subjects were transported to city jail pending arraignment.



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