Canandaigua Police Blotter: Several arrests made to start December

A number of arrests took place in the City of Canandaigua over the last week. Officers say that all of the accused will answer the charges in Canandaigua City Court at a later date.

Anthony M. Crudele, 22, and Thomas Odell, 26, of Canandaigua were charged with a noise disturbance after reports of loud music came from their residence. The arrest took place on December 1st, 2016 at 12:20 am.

David A. McFalls, 36, of Canandaigua was also charged with a noise disturbance on December 3rd at 11:47 pm after complaints were logged to the Canandaigua Police Department. The complaint was related, again, to loud music.

Jacqueline M. Vangordon, 29, of no permanent address was charged with petit larceny at the Farmer’s Inn on December 6th at 12:08 am. Officers say that she stole a blanket that did not belong to her from a known person she was staying with. She was held in Ontario County Jail for pre-arraignment detention.

Joyce F. Hoffman, 51, of Port Gibson was charged with aggravated unlicensed operation, as well as speed in zone on December 3rd at 2:44 pm. The arrest took place on Ontario Street and police say she was found to be driving without a license after she was pulled over for a routine traffic stop. She was issued an appearance ticket.