Victim Pulls Fire Alarm In Call For Help During Jamestown Fight

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JAMESTOWN, NY (WNY News Now) – Police in Jamestown say a victim involved in a fight on the city’s northside pulled a fire alarm in a plea for help.

The call came in to both Jamestown Police officers and firefighters just before 10 o’clock on Thursday night.

While there was no actual fire, police report there was a need for help.

Following an investigation, officers accused 46-year-old Grant Monroe Jr. of becoming “disorderly” and throwing the victims cell phone out of a fourth-floor window of the apartment.

The alleged aggressor was subsequently arrested and faces several charges including criminal mischief and aggravated family offense. He was held within city jail.


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