Jamestown Man Allegedly Busted With Meth Packaged For Sale

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JAMESTOWN – A 36-year-old Jamestown man is behind bars after police allegedly busted him with methamphetamine packaged for sale during a traffic stop.

Jamestown Police pulled over Tyler Elsesser for an alleged traffic infraction near the South Main Street Rite Aid in Brooklyn Square on Thursday.

Following an investigation, police report they recovered 1.25 ounces of methamphetamine, along with quantity of Fentanyl, suboxone films, and digital scales.

Elsesser was arrested and charged with several counts of criminal possession of a controlled substance.

He was held pending arraignment in the Jamestown City Court. Since then, the Chautauqua County Sheriff’s Office Jail Inmate list confirms Elsesser is now locked up in county jail.


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