Jamestown Man Formally Charged In Fall 2021 Murder

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JAMESTOWN, NY (WNY News Now) – A 23-year-old man has been formally charged in connection with a fatal shooting in Jamestown last fall.

On Thursday, Chautauqua County District Attorney Jason Schmidt announced Jonathan Camacho-Monge, of Jamestown, has been formally charged with the murder of 46-year-old Angel Pacheco, who was shot to death on October 19, 2021 on Water Street in Jamestown.

Camacho-Monge was arraigned Thursday morning as part of a one count indictment of murder in the second degree, a Class A-I felony, by Judge David Foley.

The Judge set bail his bail at $250,000 cash or $500,000 property bond.

Camacho-Monge is represented by the Public Defender’s office and is due back in court on November 14 for a Discovery Conference.

This indictment was filed back in on May 2022; however, the DA says Camacho-Monge was held in Pennsylvania on a felony-level charge approximately six months which led to a delay.

Jamestown Police Chief Tim Jackson said in a statement, “this is an excellent example of the Jamestown Police Department Detectives doing a thorough job in order to seek justice, the Detectives spend months working this case and their tireless efforts are commendable.”

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