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Farmington woman was traveling 88 mph, charged with DWI on SR 5&20

A 24-year-old Farmington woman was charged with driving while intoxicated and speeding after a traffic stop on State Rt. 5&20 in Hopewell. Deputies say Samantha M. Ireton, 24, of Farmington was observed traveling 88 mph in a 55 mph zone. When she was stopped — deputies found her to be in an intoxicated condition. She was arrested and charged with... more

Teen arrested in connection with burglary

A 17-year-old Canandaigua resident was arrested at the Farmington Town Court after an investigation into a burglary that took place on Dalton Dr. Deputies charged Frank E. Crudele Jr., 17, of Canandaigua in connection with a burglary that took place in November. He was arraigned and released to re-appear at a later date. more

Rochester man charged with DWI in Farmington

On April 2nd around 1:02 am deputies arrested a Rochester man for driving while intoxicated after they found his vehicle in Farmington — partially in a ditch. Deputies charged Anthony T. Perry, 56, of Rochester with aggravated driving while intoxicated after an investigation of a reckless driver. When deputies arrived they found a pickup truck partially in a ditch on... more

Farmington grandmother working to clear her name after January incident

It was something that could have happened to almost any parent, or guardian. On January 23rd Connie Leslie was babysitting her six-year-old grandson. She said in an interview that her grandson, Xaviour, would frequently play with other children in their yard, around the house, or as that day proved — would even visit a neighbors home. She called police around... more

FOUND SAFE: Missing 27-year-old located by deputies

The Ontario County Sheriff’s Office reports that the missing 27-year-old was located. They do not suspect any foul play or suspicious activity. The Ontario County Sheriff’s Office is seeking the public’s help in locating a missing 27-year-old female. She was last seen on Sunday around 6:45 pm and by 12:30 am the following morning she had vanished. Deputies identified the... more

On the hunt: Easter season begins in Farmington

Temperatures that didn’t quite break 40 degrees and a steady sprinkle of rain weren’t enough to dampen the spirits of those gathered for an Easter egg hunt Saturday. A large crowd of excited children and adults packed an open field at the Farmington Town Park to participate in the annual event. The egg-hunting grounds were broken up into four categories,... more

Missing person’s report leads to police chase, multiple charges in Victor

On Sunday around 8:41 pm deputies in Ontario County arrested a 55-year-old Tonawanda man after he fled authorities, while being the subject of a missing person’s report in Tonawanda. Deputies say James L. Daniel, 55, of Tonawanda was charged with unlawfully fleeing a police officer after an investigation set out to locate him in Tonawanda. He was believed to be... more

Deputies: Farmington woman picked up child from school under influence of drugs, alcohol

On Thursday the Victor Schools Resource Officer from the Ontario County Sheriff’s Office responded to the Primary School for a suspicious condition. Faculty reported a concern over a parent — identified as Erika L. Kesner, 42, of Farmington, who they believed was impaired when she picked up her children the day before. Deputies located her in her vehicle, which was... more

Burglary investigation results in two arrests in Farmington

A lengthy investigation by the Ontario County Sheriff’s Office into an alleged burglary that took place on February 1st has resulted in the arrest of a Newark and Farmington duo, who allegedly worked together to steal items from a location in Farmington. On Tuesday, Ryan James Dingman, 32, of Newark was charged with second-degree burglary. He allegedly entered a residence... more

Mattiacio Orthodontics to provide custom mouthguards

Mattiacio Orthodontics, 1393 Hathaway Drive, Farmington, will host its “emBrace Athletics and Play It Safe” event from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. April 1 for Canandaigua and Victor youth teams.Players will receive a free custom mouth guard that allows them to communicate on the field without taking it out for the spring lacrosse season. The event will be open for... more

Farmington teen accused of stealing prescription meds

A 19-year-old Farmington man is facing multiple charges after an investigation into the theft of prescription medication. Deputies in Ontario County say Jason D. Elliot, 19, of Farmington was charged with seventh-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance and petit larceny after an investigation revealed that he had stolen prescription medication from a home in Bristol. Elliot was arraigned in... more

Farmington man possessed crack cocaine during traffic stop

A Farmington man is facing a drug charge after deputies in Ontario County conducted a traffic stop on Whalen Rd. John B. Fox, 46, of Farmington was charged with seventh-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance after he was found to be under the influence of drugs and alcohol during a traffic stop. Deputies say they found crack cocaine on... more

WEBER: Katie MacIntyre & the Boston Marathon and Menzo Case on financial markets (podcast)

Generations Bank President Menzo Case and Marketing Director Katie MacIntyre join the Web Dog in-studio to talk about the Right to Run 19K, Katie’s participation in the upcoming Boston Marathon, and Menzo’s take on the current financial climate and healthcare situation in America. AUDIO ONLY VERSION: more

Finalized deal saves horse racing, 1,200 jobs at FLGR; del Lago will pony up to help

The deal is finalized. It means that horse racing is preserved for at least two more years in Farmington. While the long-term stability and health of Finger Lakes Gaming & Racetrack is anything but certain — the deal finalized by Gov. Andrew Cuomo puts the facility on slightly more solid footing moving forward. As predicted though, the deal will come... more

Appeal still possible in animal cruelty case involving fallen racehorse

An appeal of Farmington Judge Morris Lew’s decision to throw out an animal cruelty charge last month is still a possibility for the Ontario County District Attorney’s Office. Assistant District Attorney Heather Hines said Thursday that she is still waiting on a transcript from last month’s trial of Farmington resident Terra Payne, before making any moves toward a possible appeal... more
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