Town of Sherman, NY (WIVB) - Security personnel at the Blue Heron Festival were informed of an individual believed to be selling narcotics around 1:30 a.m. After confronting the individual they identified him Rashid Jabbar, 28, of Jamestown.
Jabbar was found to be in possession of a large fixed blade knife, unsheathed in his pants pocket. Security detained him and transported him to their headquarters.
While en route, Jabbar is alleged to have thrown 7 bindles of a powdery substance onto the ground. Security officers called the Sheriff's Office to respond. Deputies field tested the substance and it was positive for Heroin.
Deputies arrested Jabbar for criminal possession of a controlled substance,3rd Degree due to the substance being packaged for sale. Jabbar was also charged with criminal possession of a Weapon, 4th Degree for possessing the dangerous knife.
He was arraigned and sent to the Chautauqua County Jail.
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