Wanted Fugitive Captured By Jamestown Police

JAMESTOWN – A man wanted on multiple warrants out of Jamestown and one from Arizona, was arrested by Jamestown Police following a traffic stop at 2:10 a.m., Wednesday on Cole Avenue near Elam Avenue.

Police said Ashton L. Weinert, 28, of Jamestown, was stopped when Police said he was riding a bicycle without lights.

Police said Weinert gave two false names. Police said Weinert has several outstanding warrants from Jamestown, Ellicott and a parole violation from the Arizona Department of Corrections.

He allegedly was in possession of methamphetamine during his arrest.

Weinert was charged with being a fugitive from justice, false personation, seventh-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance and no lights on a bicycle.

He was being held in the City Jail pending arraignment.


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  1. Too funny that these police here have nothing better to do than harass people . Out of all the crimes that’s going on especially within their justice system they are riding in expensive cars chasing a man who has no light on a bike? Lmao ridiculous. Like get y’all something to do . Solve some of these murders !!

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