posted on July 24, 2014 07:16
A Pavilion teenager has been charged with a felony count of rape in the first degree.
Genesee County Sheriff’s Deputies say that 17 year old Colin McCullough of Telephone Road had forcible intercourse with a 17 year old girl early last month.
McCullough was arraigned in Town of Pavilion Court and released under the supervision of Genesee Justice.
A Wyoming County woman is facing a slew of charges after allegedly driving under the influence of drugs with her children in the car.
31-year-old Jennifer Hepp of Cowlesville was stopped by Batavia Police at the Hess station on West Main St.
Police say Hepp has a prior conviction for driving while ability impaired by drugs.
She was also allegedly driving a car without a court-ordered ignition interlock device.
Hepp was also charged with two counts of violating Leandra’s Law.
She was held without bail at the county jail.
A Batavia man is jailed on $50,000 bail for allegedly leading police on a high speed motorcycle chase.
Sheriff’s deputies said they were trying to stop 27-year-old Derek McQueen of Liberty Street for suspected traffic violations when McQueen sped off on his Suzuki cycle.
The chase started yesterday afternoon on Lewiston Road in the Town of Batavia and ended in the Town of Alabama.
Once he was taken into custody, deputies say they found McQueen in possession of heroin, methadone and morphine.
18 year old Zachary Ford of East Main St. LeRoy has been charged with criminal mischief and trying to keep police from taking him into custody. The arrest followed an incident last weekend in the village. Police said Ford started kicking and spitting on officers and damaged a police car.
Marcell Dareus is back in Rochester after missing the first few days of Bills training camp to deal with some personal issues. Dareus was in Alabama earlier this week to face charges of illegal drug possession. Dareus issued a statement yesterday saying that he is excited to return to training camp, and is focusing on earning back the trust of his teammates, coaches and fans.