Jamestown Man Arrested Following Alleged Burglary, Fleeing Police

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JAMESTOWN – A Jamestown man is behind bars after allegedly fleeing police following a reported burglary on Monday.

The Jamestown Police Department says around 9:20 in the morning police responded to 12 Jeffords St. for a potential burglary in progress.  

Officers were given a description of the suspect and later spotted him leaving a neighbor’s car.

Police report that Marcos Reyes, then allegedly led police on a foot pursuit to another nearby residency on East 2nd Street. 

Reyes then, police say, fell from a second story roof while trying to run away.

The man was arrested and charged with petit larceny and second-degree obstructing governmental administration. 

Police say Reyes was brought to city jail, and held on outstanding warrants.


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