posted on September 16, 2012 08:01
The 1970’s rock group KISS performed at Darien Lake last night and Genesee County Sheriff’s Deputies arrested 10 persons. One of those persons is from Genesee County. 23 year old Kyle Burdick of North Lyon Street in Batavia was charged with disorderly conduct. Burdick alleged engaged in disruptive and threatening behavior which was directed towards his girlfriend. Burdick is is jail with bail set at 250 dollars.
The others were charged with harassment, resisting arrest, disorderly conduct, and trespass. The farthest to come to get arrested is from Queens in New York City.
An arrest has been made into an incident that occurred in January of 2010, two and three quarter years ago. 25 year old Nicholas Antonucci of Broadway Road in Alexander road has been charged with two counts of attempted grand larceny. Genesee County Sheriff’s Deputies say that Antonucci attempted to steal two snowmobiles from the parking lot of the Beachhead Veteran’s Club in Alexander back on January 6 of 2010. Both snowmobiles both had their ignitions damaged during the attempt. Antonucci is already in the Wyoming County jail where he is being held on unrelated charges.
A Rochester woman has been charged with felony DWI after allegedly almost hitting an Albion Police vehicle. 29 year old Kizzie Ford of Chili Avenue in Rochester has been charged with felony DWI and with endangering the welfare of a child. Ford is being charged under Leandra’s Law because there were two, four year old children in the car at the time of the incident. Both were in the back seat and were not restrained in car seats which also led to another charge. Ford is in the Orleans County jail with bail set at one thousand dollars.
A LeRoy man was arrested just a day after being released from the Genesee County Jail on unrelated charges. 24 year old Jason Klinkbeil who has no known address was charged by LeRoy police on Thursday with petit Larceny. Klinkbeil was seen shoving frozen food and cans of beer into his back pack while in the LeRoy Save-A-Lot store. He was arrested when he attempted to leave the store without paying for the items. He’s back in jail with bail set at one thousand dollars.
It turned out to be a very nice Saturday after Friday’s rain showers. It was a cool but bright day yesterday in Batavia with a high of 64 and a low of 50. The day was about 5 to 6 degrees below normal for a September 15th in Batavia. Sunny skies are expect today with a high in the low 70’s and no rain forecast.
Genesee County Sheriff’s Deputies arrested one person after Kmart Loss Prevention reported the theft of 29 dollars in merchandise. 24 year old Rachell Soggs of West Main Street Road in Batavia was charged with petit larceny and is scheduled to appear in Batavia Town court on October 11th to answer to the charges.
There will be more delays at the intersection of routes 5 and 77 in Pembroke, Brickhouse Corners. Re-paving will begin Monday on route 77 at the Thruway and continue south on 77 to a point, a half a mile south of Brickhouse Corners. The work is expected to last 5 days and flagmen will direct traffic through the work zone, one direction at a time. The New York State Department of Transportation is undertaking the project.