Week In Review: A Look Back At This Weeks Trending Stories


JAMESTOWN – WNYNewsNow’s with a look back at this week’s trending stories. The stories are sorted by viewership and interaction.

#5: A village of Sinclairville women was allegedly stabbed in the face after two people broke into her house Wednesday afternoon. The two then fled in a vehicle and were later found and arrested.






The duo was Kylah Sieberg, 23 and Jacob Graham, 18.

The victim’s condition has not been released.



#4: Two City of Jamestown residents are facing drug charges after being found with 3.6 grams of Crystal Methamphetamine, Suboxone strips, and a quantity of Methamphetamine and Fentanyl mixture.

The pair are Justin Cusimano, 35 and Justine Hancock, 30. Police originally responded to information that Cusimano violated an order of protection.











Both are facing multiple charges.

#3: The three individuals who robbed and stole three motorcycles from Hector’s Powersports have been put in custody.

The 16-year old’s allegedly broke a window and two entered while the others went inside to commit the robbery.

The bikes were found in a backyard on Newton Street.

#2: A City of Jamestown man is being charged after he injured a nurse’s shoulder at Warren General Hospital.

The nurse was allegedly trying to give George Boyer, 66 medicine on Saturday, March 16th.

Police said Boyer was arraigned and released on $10,000 bond.

#1: A Chautauqua County jury found David Waggoner guilty of second-degree murder Thursday morning in Mayville.

Waggoner is convicted for the shooting death of William Mischishima last summer.

Public defender Ned Barone told WNYNewsNow he is disappointed in the verdict, but will move forward with post-verdict motions and, if needed, could file an appeal.

Sentencing is scheduled for June 10th. Barone said he will seek the lower end of the sentencing spectrum.

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