Java man arrested four times in two weeks
|Jared T. Price|
Since July 18 Jared T. Price has been arrested four times. This latest arrest stems from an alleged domestic incident in the Town of Java.
On July 18 an order of protection was issued against Price. According to police reports, four hours later, the Java man violated the order.
On July 28, he was again accused of being involved in a disturbance with the protected parties at a Welch Road address.
However, deputies say Price left the home prior to their arrival. A State Trooper found the 21-year-old several minutes later close by.
Following the investigation, he was charged with burglary in the second degree, criminal contempt in the second degree, and attempted petit larceny.
However, deputies say Price was not cooperative upon arrest and kicked out the rear door window of a patrol car in an attempt to flee.
Subsequently, he garnered additional charges of resisting arrest, criminal mischief in the fourth degree, and attempted escape in the second degree.
The suspect was arraigned in the Town of Warsaw Court and put in Wyoming County Jail in lieu of $50,000 bail.
Other charges in the last couple of weeks include:
• July 18: Criminal contempt in the second degree for violating an order of protection. Bail was issued and posted;
• July 20: Unlawfully growing cannabis and unlawful possession of marijuana; and
• July 24: DWAI – drugs and related vehicle and traffic charges. Bail was again issued and posted.
The arrest on the 24th stems from a traffic stop for which Price is accused of driving a vehicle with no doors, no front windshield, no license plates, and with an ax stuck in the roof of the car.
As of this post, Price has not posted bail for the latest arrest and charges.