Alleged Abductor Arrested Following Police Standoff In Falconer 

FALCONER – A 43-year-old man is behind bars after allegedly abducting a person in Western New York. 

The Town of Ellicott Police Department says Jason Tally was arrested in the Village of Falconer early Monday following an alleged abduction in Erie County.  

Around 3 a.m. officers located a suspect vehicle, a 2017 Jeep Grand Cherokee, in the area of 7 Richard Avenue.  

EPD officers, with help from the New York State Police, Chautauqua County Sheriff’s Deputies and the Jamestown Police Department, set up a perimeter around the house. 

Following a brief standoff, police say four people exited the house, including Tally who was taken into custody. A .45 caliber pistol and a small quantity of narcotics were found inside the residence. 

Police said the two others located inside the house, Zaid Mendoza, and Desiray Corrigan, were wanted out of Cattaraugus County on various other charges.  

A female victim was taken to UPMC Chautauqua Hospital for treatment of her injuries. 

Talley is charged with second degree menacing, third-degree assault and unlawful imprisonment.  


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