Felony Weapons Charge Leads To State Prison Time For Jamestown Man

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MAYVILLE, NY (WNY News Now) – A 53-year-old Jamestown man will serve time in state prison after he was convicted on a felony weapons charge.

The Chautauqua County District Attorney’s Office announced on Monday that Aaron Davis was sentenced to a determinate state prison term of five years with five years post release supervision.

Davis was arrested in March 2021 after police allegedly busted him with a loaded gun and stolen bicycle near the 7-Eleven North Main Street in Jamestown.

He previously pled guilty to criminal possession of a weapon involving loaded firearm, a class c felony.

Davis was sentenced as a violent felony offender, because the DA’s office said he had two felony convictions within 10 years.


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  1. I was wondering that the mother in jamestown was arrested for child out side wjen it happened in brocton bthat women did not because her family was well known

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