Jamestown Man Accused Of Assaulting Police Officer During Disturbance Call

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JAMESTOWN, NY (WNY News Now) – A Jamestown man faces a slew of charges after allegedly assaulting a police officer while causing a disturbance at a local store last week.

Just before 1 p.m. on Friday, officers with the Jamestown Police Department responded to the Family Dollar store in Brooklyn Square for a disorderly person call.

Police say that 34-year-old Travis Colley allegedly threatened an employee at the store and had been punching the storefront’s glass windows.

When officers attempted to take Colley into custody, police said he allegedly became combative and ended up striking an officer, which resulted in them needing medical attention.

Colley was eventually arrested and taken to Jamestown City Jail. He faces a slew of charges including assault, harassment, resisting arrest and making a terroristic threat.


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