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Saturday, July 16, 2011

Two Teens Will Face Charges After Fight In Coudersport

Two intoxicated teenagers from New York state were engaged in a mutual fight at 1:15 am on Thursday. Troopers were called to a location behind the China Garden Restaurant on Main Street in Coudersport Boro.

Devin William Van Pelt, 18, of 240 W. State Street, Wellsville, NY, will be charged with Simple Assault; Prohibited Acts-Paraphernalia; Harassment; Disorderly Conduct; Public Drunkenness; and Underage Drinking in District Court 55-3-01.

Tyler Anthony Randolph, 18, 824 1/2 North Union Street, Olean, NY, will be charged with Harassment; Disorderly Conduct; Public Drunkenness; and Underage Drinking in District Court 55-3-01.

Coudersport Ambulance was called to assist police on scene.

8 comments :

Anonymous said...

Since I am not from Coudersport please tell, what is behind the China Garden that so many arrests are made there?

Anonymous said...

If these was all messed up on drugs this might not of happened. The kids go to the stores and steal the cold meds and eat one after the other one just so they can get high. MY Grandaughter hangs with these boys we have tried to talk to her about what she is doing to her life but she won't listen to us anymore she is 18 yrs now.spi

Anonymous said...

Most likely they were arguing over the new texting law in New York. The one where they DO NOT have to have another reason to pull you over for texting other then seeing you texting.

Anonymous said...

DARKNESS 7:49

Anonymous said...

An alley to fight in....

Anonymous said...

I know first hand that the younger generation has a system in place to fan out over the stores in the region and purchase the active ingredients (cold medicine) that is the raw material for the "cheap high." The health impacts of using these drugs in these combinations and concentrations are incredibly bad and the impact they have on judgment is also extremely series. You have to ask yourself, why don't they care about the consequences? Also, stores could do a better job of policing these sales but if you think the chains like Rite Aid, Walmart and others are poised to such a level of personal responsibility then you are living in a dream world.

Anonymous said...

Was the comment really needed by who ever posted about their granddaughter. That is pretty low to throw her life story out there, dont you think? and its those kids lifes not yours. Even though they got into a fight doesnt make them a bad person, jeeze some of you people need to life a little, learn that not everyone is perfect. Teenagers and just everyone makes mistakes, you learn from them and move on, and if you continue to do it over and over again its more than likely helpless but again live to learn. Stop throwing peoples lives out there that doesnt need to be.

Anonymous said...

Hmmmm, right behind the location of the recent incident involving the 'theft ring'....which was followed by the 'snitch murder'...maybe this is connected to NY state??? Interesting. Time to clean the house???