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Friday, April 9, 2021

Willing Police Arrest Fugitive

Town of Willing Police Department
-Press Release-

On April 2nd, 2021, the Willing Police Department attempted to initiate a traffic stop on State Route 248. The vehicle in question did not comply and fled into Pennsylvania, at which time the Willing Police Department terminated the pursuit for safety reasons. The operator of the vehicle was determined to be Nicholas E. Tubbs of Mills, Pennsylvania. 

On April 3rd, 2021, the Willing Police Department observed Nicholas E. Tubbs operating a different vehicle and a traffic stop was attempted. Nicholas E. Tubbs began to flee this stop as well, however; he was eventually stopped on the Palmer Road in the Town of Willing following a brief pursuit. Nicholas E. Tubbs was taken into custody and charged with the following for both incidents: fugitive of justice warrant from the State of Pennsylvania, two counts of failure to comply with a police officer, (2) speed in zones, (2) unlicensed operators, no front bumper, tinted windows, failed to keep right, unauthorized use of a motor vehicle and unlawful fleeing a police officer in a motor vehicle. Tubbs was arraigned via the Allegany County on-call Justice and held pending extradition from the Pennsylvania State Police. 
A further investigation led to the seizure of a large quantity of methamphetamine, numerous drug paraphernalia, digital scales and drug packaging materials and a significant quantity of cash. Nicholas E. Tubbs will be charged with following from this investigation: criminal possession of a controlled substance in the second degree (CPCS 2nd), criminal possession of a controlled substance in the seventh degree (CPCS 7th) and possession of a hypodermic instrument.  
The Willing Police Department was assisted by the Village of Wellsville Police Department, the New York State Police and the Allegany County District Attorneys Office. This investigation is ongoing and more charges are pending.

3 comments :

Anonymous said...

how long before this welfare rat kills someone. that's all he's ever done in his life is steal things and deal drugs (he has a long history of robbing camps and old peoples medicine cabinets)... he refuses to work for a living, and he thrives on other peoples misery. it's about time something is done about him and jail does not bother him.

Anonymous said...

our court system seems to sentence these repeat offenders to minimal rehab that is crazy do the crime serve the time

Anonymous said...

Lock him up in a cage where he belongs.Sounds like a real loser!

Why should normal people have to share their lives with a career scumbag that will never learn?