posted on July 03, 2010 08:39
A domestic dispute has led to a murder in Livingston County. 18-year-old Joseph Garcia of Arkport was stabbed in the chest yesterday with a pair of scissors. Livingston County Sheriff’s Deputies have arrested 20 year old Krista Kiblin of Nunda on a charged of 2nd degree murder. It’s alleged that Kiblin grabbed a pair of scissors and stabbed Garcia during an altercation. Garcia died at Strong Memorial Hospital. Kiblin is in jail with no bail set.
A traffic stop on route 20 in the Town of Darien early this morning led to a slew of charges against the driver, 21-year-old Jarrett Pietrowski of Broadway Road in Lancaster. He was found to be in possession of a quantity of suspected narcotic analgesic/pharmaceutical pills. Pietrowski was also found to be intoxicated. He’s been charged with Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance, DWI, and Driving with a Blood Alcohol Content of more than .08 percent along with 2 other violations. He was issued an appearance ticket for Town of Darien Court on July 20th.
33-year-old Robert VanPelt of Council House Road in Alabama has been charged with first-degree vehicular Assault. That charge stems from a motor vehicle accident on the Sand Hill Road on May 2nd of this year. Van Pelt was the driver of the lone vehicle involved in the crash. He was also charged with DWI and aggravated Driving With a Blood Alcohol Content of .18 or higher.
29-year-old Justin Forrester of Fairport was arrested yesterday on a Family Court Arrest Warrant issued by Genesee County Family Court. Forrester was turned over to Genesee County Sheriff’s Deputies by the Monroe County Sheriff’s Office.
23-year-old Adam Robertson of Rochester has been charged with Assault. It’s alleged that Robertson was involved in a fight with another person at the Dave Mathews Concert back on June 2nd. The victim sustained a broken arm as the result of the fight.
Two persons have been arrested after allegedly shoplifting from the Batavia K-Mart Store. 40 year old James Hicks and 28 year old Tashara Moore, both from Cheektowaga, were charged with petit larceny afer being caught removing about 450 dollars worth of merchandise without paying for it.