Jamestown Man Who Allegedly Held A Child Hostage Pleads Guilty In The Case

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MAYVILLE – A Jamestown man who allegedly held a nine-year-old hostage during a standoff with police in 2018 has plead guilty in the case.

The Chautauqua County District Attorney’s Office announced that 28-year-old Nicholas Brown plead guilty this week to two counts of first-degree criminal contempt.

The man was arrested following a several hours long standoff inside an apartment on Spring Street Extended in Jamestown on September 23, 2018.

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Police originally responded the location for a reported domestic violence call around 3 a.m.

The hostage situation ended around 2 p.m. that Sunday with the child unharmed and reunited with family members.

Brown will be sentenced in June; he could spend up to three years behind bars.


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1 Comment

  1. You guys out here posting fake news! He didnt plead to anything to do with that case and he didnt hold anyone hostage fuckin retards

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