Repeated False Alarm Calls Result In Criminal Charges For Jamestown Woman

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JAMESTOWN, NY (WNY News Now) – A repeated false alarm fire call has led to criminal charges for a Jamestown woman.

Jamestown Police responded to an east side address last week to assist the Jamestown Fire Department.

Following an investigation, Amanda Webber was accused of intentionally pulling a fire alarm last Friday without an actual emergency taking place.

Firefighters advised the 34-year-old not to pull the alarm, unless there is an actual emergency.

After Jamestown Fire crews left the scene, Webber yet again allegedly sounded the alarm without cause.

As a result, she was charged with falsely reporting an incident.


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