Police say Jamestown balcony chair throws injured youth

JAMESTOWN, NY (WIVB) – Jamestown Police have charged a woman in the city with throwing a wooden chair from a second floor balcony, hitting and injuring someone she identified as a juvenile.

It’s not clear how old the victim was, but police say the alleged incident happened in front of a few other “teens” on the east side of town.

According to the police, this happened early Tuesday morning, just before 1 a.m., but the events leading up to it are unclear.

Jenna Crouch, 32, has been charged with assault and three counts of child endangerment. She was held in custody pending charges.

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