posted on December 11, 2012 13:10
Two women are facing charges for allegedly trying to smuggle drugs into the Attica Correctional Facility Dec. 1.
State Police say 36-year-old Yomarie Cosme of Rochester brought in multiple balloon packages containing heroin and marijuana during an inmate visitation.
The same day, 40-year-old Jawana Jackson of Queens, New York was charged for allegedly attempting to smuggle three balloon packs of suboxone tablets to an inmate.
Both are facing two felony counts each of possession of a controlled substance and promoting prison contraband. The two were remanded to Wyoming County Jail with bail set at $5,000 for Cosme and $10,000 for Jackson.
A Warsaw woman is accused of driving with a blood alcohol content more than three times the legal limit.
Sydel Case, 36, failed several roadside field tests after being pulled over in Wyoming County for a complaint of erratic driving. Case is charged with aggravated driving while intoxicated and moving from a lane unsafely. She will answer to the charges at a later date.
A Darien teen is facing several charges including DWI following an incident in Wyoming County.
State Police responded to a one-car accident and discovered a car crashed into a tree, but without an operator. Austen Berg, 17, allegedly fled on foot from the scene, and local residents helped law enforcement locate him at a nearby residence.
Berg is charged with driving while intoxicated, moving from a lane unsafely and leaving the scene of a property damage accident. Further investigation showed that Berg stole the car that was involved in the accident from a friend without that person’s knowledge and he was additionally charged with a felony count of criminal possession of stolen property.
Berg was remanded to Wyoming County Jail in lieu of $5,000 bail.
A 21-year-old LeRoy man is facing five felony charges related to several crimes in the Village.
Tyler Longhini of Gilbert Street, LeRoy is accused in connection to multiple crimes this summer in the Lake Street, Bacon Street and Pleasant Street areas of the Village.
Longhini is charged with burglary, attempted burglary, grand larceny and criminal mischief. A LeRoy Police Department investigation alleges that Longhini entered unlocked vehicles, damaged the interior of a vehicle, attempted to burglarize a shed, and completed a burglary in a residential apartment while the resident was sleeping.
Longhini was arraigned in Town Court and released under the Supervision of Genesee Justice.