KIANTONE, N.Y. (WIVB) - A K9 officer helped track down an armed robbery suspect in Chautauqua County overnight. David R. Zembardo, 34, is now facing robbery and weapon related charges.
A Kwik Fill Station clerk tells the Chautauqua County Sheriff’s Office that she closed the store for the night, when a male approached her in the parking lot and pulled a knife. The incident happened on Foote Avenue in the Town of Kiantone. The suspect allegedly forced the clerk back inside the store, where he forcibly stole cash.
The sheriff’s office says the suspect headed into the City of Jamestown. Sheriff’s K9 Drago was able to locate the suspect behind businesses along Foote Avenue where they took Zembardo into custody. He was taken to Chautauqua County Jail.
The knife and money were recovered.
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