posted on January 28, 2013 12:47
Batavia Police make a felony drunk driving arrest.
62-year-old William Raschi of Conesus was stopped on East Main Street Saturday night.
Raschi has a previous DWI conviction within the past 10 years.
A Pennsylvania man has been arrested in Corfu on a gun charge.
Richard Farley, 64, of New Bethlehem, P-A, was a passenger in a car stopped for suspected traffic violations in Corfu.
Deputies say Farley and others in the car drinking. They also found marijuana and an unregistered .22 caliber semi-automatic pistol. Farley was jailed in lieu of $2,000 bail.
Following a three-month investigation, City of Batavia Police have charged an Alexander man with criminal mischief and harassment.
Frank Falcone, 27, of Main Street Upper, allegedly kicked a vehicle on Oct. 20 while at Billygoats on West Main Street, Batavia. Falcone did damage to the car and punched and slapped the owner of it.
Falcone was issued an appearance ticket for City Court on Feb. 5.
An Oak Street woman is facing a harassment charge.
Victoria Sumlin, 27, allegedly struck another person in the face during an altercation on Ellicott Street Sunday.
She is scheduled to appear in City Court Tuesday at 1 p.m.
A LeRoy woman is accused of trespassing at the Super 8 motel in Batavia Saturday.
Caroline Robinson, 31, of Gilbert Street, was allegedly present on the property after being told by a police officer and hotel staff to leave.
She was issued an appeance ticket for Feb. 5.
An East Main Street man is facing two counts of fourth-degree criminal mischief.
Robert Griffin Sr., 34, allegedly threw a boot against a window causing it to break during a domestic incident on Holland Avenue Saturday. Griffin Sr. also allegedly prevented the victim from calling police by snatching her cell phone.
He is scheduled to appear in City Court Tuesday.
A LeRoy man is accused of unlawfully possessing another person’s debit card and using it for unauthorized withdrawals.
Thomas Ianello Jr., 27, of Marks Street, was arrested Sunday and charged with a felony count if criminal possession of stolen property and petit larceny.
Ianello Jr. was released under supervision of Genesee Justice following his arraignment.