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Wayne Post
  • Police roundup

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  • • Rochester man charged with larceny
    MACEDON — A Rochester man was charged Nov. 12 with fourth-degree grand larceny, false written statement and second-degree offering a false instrument, Macedon police said.
    Eric R. Utter, 39, of High Manor Drive, allegedly while employed by Heritage Christian Services, stole almost $1,500 from 10 of the residents’ personal accounts, police said.
    He was issued appearance tickets for Macedon Town Court and released.
    • Man allegedly stole wallet
    MACEDON — A Palmyra man was charged with fourth-degree grand larceny, Macedon police said.
    Paul N. Decker, 23, of Route 31, allegedly stole a wallet from the Macedon Walmart, police said.
    He was issued an appearance ticket for Macedon Town Court and released to a third party.
    • Man charged with larceny from Walmart
    MACEDON — A Rochester man was charged Nov. 20 with petit larceny, possession of burglary tools and third-degree aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle, Macedon police said.
    Justin Desalvo, 29, was apprehended around 8:15 a.m. Wednesday during the alleged larceny of electronics items, police said.
    At this same time, he was also arrested and charged with fourth-degree grand larceny, fourth-degree criminal possession of stolen property and third-degree aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle for another alleged larceny he committed at Walmart on Nov. 17 around 6:38 p.m. It is alleged Desalvo stole $1,783 worth of electronic devices from Walmart.
    He was arraigned in Macedon Town Court and sent to the Wayne county Jail.
    • Man punches victim, breaks window
    CLIFTON SPRINGS — A Newark man was charged Nov. 9 with third-degree assault and fourth-degree criminal mischief, Ontario County sheriff’s deputies said.
    Christopher Hosler, 25, 121 Stuart Ave., allegedly punched another person and broke a window on a vehicle at the Clifton Springs Hospital following an argument, deputies said.
    He was taken to the Ontario County Jail to await arraignment. he will answer the charges in the Clifton Springs Village Court.
    • Woman charged with obstructing deputies
    LYONS — The Wayne County Sheriff’s Office reports the arrest of Tinesha S. Blaisdell, 25, of Brandt Road, Lyons, for second-degree obstructing governmental administration.
    Blaisdell was arrested after deputies alleged that they responded to multiple 911 hang-up calls at a residence, and during their investigation, Blaisdell physically obstructed deputies.
    She was issued an appearance ticket and is to appear before the Lyons Town Court at a later date to answer the charges.
    • Man arrested following traffic stop
    ONTARIO — The Wayne County Sheriff’s Office arrested James C. Fioco, 43, of 6308 Stillmeadow Way, Williamson, on Nov. 9, following a traffic stop.
    Fioco was arrested for speed over 55 mph, driving while intoxicated and driving while intoxicated with a BAC greater than .08 percent. He was transported to the Wayne County Sheriff’s Office in Lyons for processing.
    Page 2 of 3 - He was issued tickets and released, and is to appear in Ontario Town Court at a later date to answer the charges.
    • Siblings arrested following disturbance
    LYONS — The Wayne County Sheriff’s Office reports the arrest of a Lyons man and woman following a disturbance on Brandt Road in Lyons on Nov. 9.
    Deputies arrested Loirmus Desius, 23, of 111 Geneva St., for resisting arrest. Deputies spotted Loirmus at a large party while investigating another complaint. Deputies were aware that Loirmus had an active bench warrant out of County Court for failure to appear on an assault charge out of the village of Newark. As deputies approached Loirmus, he took off on foot, and after a brief chase, he was taken into custody. While being taken into custody, his sister, Jessica R. Desius, 24, of the same address, attempted to interfere with the arrest and she was taken into custody and charged with obstructing governmental administration.
    They were both arraigned in Arcadia Town Court and remanded to Wayne County Jail in lieu of bail. Loirmus was held in jail on the County Court warrant for future arraignment. They both will appear in Lyons Town Court at a later date to answer the charges.
    • Man violates probation
    PORT GIBSON — A Port Gibson man was charged Nov. 12 with violating probation, Ontario County sheriff’s deputies said.
    James N. Joslyn, 35, of 32 Atwater St., was arrested on a Hopewell Town Court warrant issued by Judge Wooden for allegedly violating the terms of his probation, deputies said.
    He was arraigned in Hopewell Town Court and sent to the Ontario County Jail in lieu of $200 cash or $400 bail bond.
    • Traffic complaint leads to arrest
    MACEDON — A Fairport man was charged Nov. 25 with driving while ability impaired by drugs, Macedon police said.
    Gregory M. Corleto, 34, was stopped for failing to keep right on Route 31F in the town of Macedon at about 9:54 a.m. on Nov. 25 after a traffic complaint that originated on Wayneport Road, police said. He was found to be driving under the influence of prescription medications after allegedly failing sobriety tests.
    He was issued an appearance ticket for Macedon Town Court and released to a third party.
    • Establishments failed alcohol compliance checks
    The Wayne County Office of the Sheriff, working with the New York State Liquor Authority, conducted several compliance checks throughout Wayne County alcohol outlets on Nov. 30. The following establishments failed: the “R” Bar on Main Street, Savannah the Sunoco Convenient Store, 93 Geneva St., Lyons; and Dom’s Bar and Grill on East Union Street, Newark.
    Waqer Yoqas, 19, of 16C Myrtlewood Drive, Henrietta, was working as a clerk at the Sunoco Convenient Store when he sold to an underage person. Lyons Police arrested Yoqas for first-degree unlawfully dealing with a child.
    Page 3 of 3 - William R. Green, 49, of 1878 Route 89, Savannah, was bartending at the “R” Bar when he sold alcohol to an underage person. Deputies charged Green with first-degree unlawfully dealing with a child. He was issued an appearance ticket to appear in the Savannah Town Court at a later date to answer the charge.
    Michael A. Covell, 54, of 524 E. Union St., Newark, was bartending at Dom’s Bar and Grill when he sold alcohol to an underage person. Deputies charged Covell with first-degree unlawfully dealing with a child. He was issued an appearance ticket to appear in Newark Village Court at a later date to answer the charges. Deputies were assisted by the Newark Police Department.
    • Palmyra man charged with burglary
    MACEDON — A Palmyra man was charged Nov. 11 with third-degree burglary, Ontario County sheriff’s deputies said.
    Justin R. Farron, 23, of 815 Yellow Mills Road, was allegedly found in possession of stolen property while at Alpco Recycling from a burglary that occurred in the town of Manchester on Nov. 10, deputies said.
    He was arraigned in Manchester Town Court and sent to the Ontario County Jail in lieu of $5,000 cash or $10,000 bail bond.
    • Man arrested following domestic incident
    ARCADIA — The Wayne County Sheriff’s Office reports the arrest of Kevin L. McLouth of 1338 Stebbins Road, Arcadia, following an investigation of a domestic incident between McLouth and his wife.
    Deputies found that McLouth had been writing checks from his father-in-law’s checking account in order to fund a drug habit. McLouth was charged with second-degree forgery.
    He was arraigned in Galen Town Court where bail was set at $2,000 cash or $4,000 bond. The investigation is continuing and further larceny charges are expected.
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