Troopers: Teens set golf cart on fire at Pal-Mac concession stand

Two teens are accused of setting a golf cart on fire after they broke into the Palmyra-Macedon school district concession stand. Troopers say three teens, ages 16 and 17, were arrested related to the break-in at the stand on Hyde Parkway. All three teens were charged with burglary and two of the teens were charged with arson. That’s because, during the break-in,... more

Arrest made in Geneva burglary; Suspect wanted in 2 states

On Thursday morning at  11:00 am, Hector Javier Fernandez, age 48 of Angelo Street in Geneva, was arrested and charged with Criminal Possession of Stolen property in the 5th Degree. Fernandez was charged in connection with a residential burglary that occurred on Angelo Street in the City of Geneva on September 16th. The suspect was living with his family in a travel... more

Seventy-two year old Geneva man charged with felony drug sale

On Tuesday at 3:15 pm, John Richard Campbell, age 72 of Geneva, was arrested by the Drug Enforcement Unit and charged with Criminal Sale of a Controlled Substance in the Third Degree. Over the course of eight months Campbell sold prescription medication, namely DILAUDID (Controlled Opiate/Morphine) on numerous occasions from his residence at 9 Geneva Street, in the City of Geneva. Additional Felony... more

Pair arrested after incident involving 8-year-old at Victor elementary school

Deputies in Ontario County report that Leslie and Crystal Dinsmore, of Ontario and Rochester respectively, were arrested on Thursday at approximately 8:26 pm. The arrest took place at the Victor Primary School located at 953 High Street in the Village of Victor — and the pair was charged with three counts each of endangering the welfare of a child. Deputies... more

Seneca Falls woman charged with four counts of endangering the welfare of a child

The Seneca Falls Police Department reports that on September 19th at 5:01 pm a Seneca Falls woman was arrested on charges related to endangering the welfare of a child. Amber D. Goodman, 31, of Seneca Falls was charged with four counts of endangering the welfare of a child and unlawful possession of marijuana after an incident where she allegedly failed... more

Seneca Falls woman arrested after theft from Walmart

On September 28th at approximately 9:26 am the Seneca Falls Police Department says that Jessica A. Dyson, 31, of Seneca Falls was arrested on a warrant. The warrant was for burglary in the third degree and petit larceny, which stemmed from an incident where Dyson was accused of stealing merchandise from Walmart. Police say she had previously been warned not... more

Auburn woman wrote $82K in company checks to pay own bills

An Auburn woman who was previously employed at a Skaneateles business is facing a felony charge for allegedly using the company’s checks to pay personal bills. Julie A. McGinn, 43, of Auburn, has been charged with second-degree grand larceny, a class C felony. The New York State Police said McGinn, who was an office manager for Empire Technical Associates in... more

Two arrested for stealing merchandise from Lord & Taylor; hiding it in young boy’s stroller

Ontario County Sheriff’s deputies say that two people were arrested on Wednesday after being accused of stealing merchandise from the Eastview Mall Lord & Taylor. Deputies say that Ismatu Kamara, a 45-year-old from Pittsford, and Sharon Parrotta, a 43-year-old from East Rochester, are accused of working together to carry out the crime. They say that Parrotta works at the Lord... more

Seneca Falls woman left child unattended outside, charged with endangering welfare

On September 29th at approximately 5:22 pm, the Town of Seneca Falls Police arrested Shannon L. Alcott, 31, of Seneca Falls for endangering the welfare of a child, following a report of an unattended 5-year-old that was located outside of a local business with no parental supervision for approximately 25 minutes. Alcott was issued an appearance ticket to appear in... more

Waterloo woman charged with grand larceny after allegedly stealing from Junius business

The Seneca County Sheriff’s Office reports that on September 28th at approximately 10:28 am investigators arrested Bryanna L. Trickler, 24, of Waterloo on charges related to altering business records in Junius. Trickler was charged with grand larceny in the third degree, two counts of falsifying business records in the first degree, two counts of petit larceny and criminal possession of... more

Seneca Falls man charged with felony AUO after violating terms, driving without license

On September 29th at approximately 9:53 am, members of the Seneca Falls Police Department arrested Nicolas J. Blevins, 33, of Seneca Falls for aggravated unlicensed operation in the first degree, which is a felony. He was also charged with operating out of ignition interlock restriction following a traffic stop on Fall Street in the Town of Seneca Falls. The felony... more

Stabbing in Ithaca; two suspects sought by IPD

Wednesday night at about 7:41 pm a person was stabbed on Stewart Avenue in the City of Ithaca. A Media Release was sent regarding this stabbing. Chief of Police John R. Barber would like to assure the public that nothing developed so far has suggested that this stabbing is related to the Anthony Nazaire homicide stabbing in August. The two... more

Former resident of Penn Yan charged after illegally entering home, fighting with resident

On September 27th the Penn Yan Police Department arrested Dennis J. Meehan, 66, formerly of Penn Yan after an investigation into a reported fight on Clinton Street. Officers say that Meehan allegedly entered a residence on Clinton Street illegally and began verbally threatening the resident inside. Meehan and the resident engaged in a physical altercation outside the residence. Meehan was... more

Freeville man charged with aggravated DWI after Romulus accident in August

The Seneca County Sheriff’s Office reports that on September 1st at 6:45 pm deputies arrested Nicholas S. Antczak, 33, of Freeville for driving while intoxicated and aggravated driving while intoxicated after an accident, which occurred on August 3rd. Antczak was also charged with several traffic violations to include driving on the shoulder, speed unreasonable on a curve, and failure to... more

Farmington man threatened police officer with a knife after underage drinking party busted

On September 25th deputies in Ontario County reported to a home in the Town of Richmond for a noise complaint. When deputies arrived they found a large underage drinking party taking place. Responding deputies observed several people running from the house and hiding in the woods. As a deputy approached the individuals hiding in the woods he encountered a belligerent... more

Williamson man leads deputies on pursuit through bean field; charged with felony DWI

A Williamson man is facing multiple charges after the Wayne County Sheriff’s Office say he led deputies on a pursuit through a residential neighborhood in marion. Wayne County Sheriff Barry Virts says that deputies attempted to stop Eric M. Gallivan, 40, of Williamson — after he was observed violating a traffic law. He then fled police, leading them on a... more

Canandaigua man charged after threatening officer during investigation

The Canandaigua Police Department reports that Michael J. Orbino, 40, of Canandaigua was charged with harassment in the second degree after an incident at 2:42 am on September 23rd. Officers say that Orbino interrupted a criminal investigation and threatened a uniformed police officer. He will answer the charges in Canandaigua City Court at a later date. more

Rushville man charged with punching female during physical altercation

On September 25th deputies in Ontario County arrested Matthew Bruce Carl, 34, of Rushville after he allegedly punched a female in the Town of Rushville. The altercation violated an order of protection and took place around 10:28 pm, according to deputies. Carl left the scene on foot and was located a short time later. Yates County deputies assisted with the... more
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