Duo Accused Of Stealing Water Services In Jamestown Following Drug Raid

JAMESTOWN, NY (WNY News Now) — Two Jamestown residents, allegedly busted with methamphetamine during a drug raid, are also accused of stealing water services from the Jamestown Board of Public Utilities.  

Around 1:30 p.m. on Wednesday, narcotics investigators with the Jamestown Police Department raided 23 Glenview Avenue arresting Matthew Buck and Andrea Robbins inside. 

After allegedly locating a small quantity of methamphetamine and drug ledgers, police also discovered the two allegedly stole water services from the BPU. 

When inspecting the water meter, police found it was allegedly tampered with and broken. As a result, the residence was getting water without a reading for an unknown period of time.  

Buck and Robbins were transported to the Jamestown City Jail and charged with criminal possession of a controlled substance and theft of services.  

The Jamestown Department of Development was also requested to the scene to inspect the residence for housing code violations. 


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