• Man charged with DWI
MACEDON — An Ontario man was charged Sept. 28 with passing through a red light, refusal to submit to a breath test (roadside), driving while intoxicated, and driving while intoxicated with a blood-alcohol content higher than .08 percent, Macedon police said.
Michael D. Brown, 24, was observed by police allegedly passing through a red light at the intersection of Routes 350 and 31 F in the town of Macedon around 1:30 a.m. An investigation revealed that Brown was operating the vehicle in an intoxicated condition. Brown submitted to a breath test and the results were a .12 percent BAC.
Brown was issued appearance tickets for Macedon Town Court and released to a third party.
• Accident leads to woman’s arrest
MACEDON — A Syracuse woman was charged Oct. 5 with driving while intoxicated with a blood-alcohol content of .08 percent or higher, driving while intoxicated, failure to maintain lane, failure to keep right and open container of alcohol in a motor vehicle, Macedon police said.
Jaimie K. Price, 22, was charged after police responded to a one-car motor vehicle accident on Canandaigua Road in the town of Macedon where a vehicle driven by Price went over a bank and struck a tree around 2:40 a.m., police said. An investigation revealed that Price was operating the motor vehicle in an intoxicated condition with a BAC of .15 percent.
She was issued appearance tickets for Macedon Town and released to a third party.
• Suspicious condition leads to man’s arrest
PALMYRA — A citizen reported a suspicious vehicle parked in a laneway near the intersection of Vienna and Trolley roads.
Wayne County Sheriff’s deputies arrived and took John Thomas Hall, 48, of Webster, into custody as he came out of the woods. It was quickly learned that he had just committed a burglary on Trolley Road just prior to apprehension by deputies. Subsequent investigation resulted in his arrest for this incident as well as other incidents in the town of Sodus that took place the day before.
Hall was charged with two counts of second-degree burglary and two counts of petit larceny. He was arraigned in Arcadia Town Court and committed to the Wayne County Jail in lieu of $1,500 cash bail or $3,000 insurance bond. He will answer the charges at a later date.
The investigation also revealed evidence of criminal activity that took place in Ontario County and those issues will be dealt with later by the Ontario County Sheriff’s Office.
• Husband arrested after domestic dispute
PALMYRA — The Wayne County Sheriff’s Office arrested Scott E. Oakleaf, 49, of Fayette St., Palmyra, on Sept. 18, following an investigation into a domestic incident between a husband and wife at the Swiss Chalet Apartments.
It is alleged that Oakleaf went to the apartment he shares with his wife and threatened to kill her before leaving. This action violated an Order of Protection that had been issued against him after an earlier domestic incident between them.
He was located, arrested and charged with first-degree criminal contempt, second-degree stalking and second-degree harassment. Oakleaf was arraigned in Palmyra Village Court and released. He is to return to court at a later date to answer the charges.
• Sex offender arrested for violating registry requirements
LYONS — The Wayne County Sheriff’s Office reports the arrest of Dennis James Sincerbeaux for violating the New York State Sex Offender Registry requirements.
Sincerbeaux, 59, of 4082 Dix St., Rose, was assigned a Level 3, High Risk designation under the state’s Sex Offender Registry in May. As part of the verification requirements, Sincerbeaux must present himself to the Wayne County Sheriff’s Office every 90 days. He is accused of failing to present himself.
He was charged with one count of New York State Corrections Law Section 168-f, Subdivision 3, a class E felony. He was taken to Arcadia Town Court and remanded to Wayne County Jail pending the posting of bail or his next court date in late September.
• Man arrested following traffic stop
HURON — The Wayne County Sheriff’s Office arrested Earl R. Bentley, 44, of 15 Tyler Ave., Seneca Falls, on Sept. 21, following a traffic stop on Ridge Road in Huron.
Bentley was arrested for driving while intoxicated, aggravated operating a motor vehicle with a BAC of .18 percent or higher and speed in a 30 mph zone.
Bentley was issued tickets and released, and is to appear in Huron Town Court at a later date to answer the charges.