Police Harasser Headed to State Prison

An Allegany, NY, man who made harassing phone calls to the McKean County 911 Center, Kane-based state police and Port Allegany Police will serve six months to two years in state prison.

38-year-old Jeffrey Havers made numerous calls to the 911 Center and said he would keep calling until he could talk to a “real cop.” He also asked to speak with a “real cop” when he called state police and, when asked for his name, swore at the person on the phone and said he would keep calling all night. He also left a vulgar message on the Port Allegany Police Department’s answering machine.

Havers also made eight phone calls to a woman between midnight and 1 a.m. on October 19, causing her emotional distress.

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Anonymous said…
OMG! More New York people committing crimes in PA!?!?!?! How can that be???? They are different states! What affects New York doesn't affect PA and vice versa! What's this world coming to if New York and PA are going to mingle with each other?

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