posted on October 03, 2012 07:38
A Barn fire on County Line Road in Darien activated volunteer fire departments from a wide area this morning.
The building, owned by J. Daniel and Jane Oles, was fully involved when the first units from the Darien Fire Department arrived on scene shortly before 2AM.
They were joined on the scene by fire departments from Alden, Corfu, Crittenden, Indian Falls, Bennington, Pembroke and Alexander.
The barn and its contents were destroyed.
Fire officials listed the cause as possibly an electrical malfunction or overheated damp hay.
The only person known to live in that Castile building destroyed by fire remains unaccounted for this morning.
She is Lorraine Qutermous the owner of Lorriane’s Restaurant which was on the first floor of the building at 55 Main Street.
Fire destroyed that building early yesterday morning along with Town and Village of Castile offices and many of the community’s historical records.
The Bank of Castile has donated two offices for the town and village to use.
The cause of the fire remains under investigation.
From the area police blotter this morning:
55-year-old Cynthia Trader of Attica: she is facing several charges after police officers say she was behind the wheel with a blood alcohol content nearly three times the legal limit.
Trader is accused of driving up onto a curb and sidewalk on Market Street in Attica.
Trader’s DWI charge is a felony because she has a previous DWI conviction from March of this year.
Edward Clark of Buffalo is accused of boosting diapers and baby formula from a store in LeRoy.
Police say the goods lifted totaled $700.
Clark was charged with one count of Petit Larceny and committed to the Genesee County jail in lieu of 1-thousand dollars bail.
LeRoy Police say most often people stealing these types of goods re-sell them for cash.
Beware of another computer scam going around.
The Genesee county Sheriff’s Office says it’s a telephone scam.
You may get a call from someone identifying themselves as a Microsoft employee claiming to know there is a problem with your computer and give you a set of instructions to fix the problem.
By doing so, deputies said, you could give the caller remote access to your computer and everything on it.
The best advice, according to police, just hang up.