Two Charged Following Dispute With Teenage Girl In Randolph

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RANDOLPH – Two people are facing charges following a dispute with teenage girl in Randolph over the weekend.

The Cattaraugus County Sheriff’s Office says 41-year-old Tonya Kirkpatrick and 35-year-old Marshall Jacobs were arrested on Saturday following a dispute outside of the 7/11 store.

It is alleged that both Kirkpatrick and Jacobs had a physical and verbal alteration with two females, one 15-years-old. Furthermore, deputies allege that Jacobs displayed a knife in a “threatening manner” during the dispute.

The duo is charged with endangering the welfare of a child. Jacobs was additional charged with two counts of second-degree menacing and Kirkpatrick charged with two counts of second-degree harassment.

Both were later released with an appearance ticket.


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