• Speeder nabbed with DWI
MACEDON — A Marion man was charged Nov. 27 with driving while intoxicated, Macedon police said.
Jerame A. Weirich, 42, of Podger Road, was allegedly observed driving north on Route 350 in the town of Macedon around 11 p.m. going 20 miles over the speed limit, police said. Upon stopping the vehicle, it was determined that Weirich was intoxicated after he failed sobriety tests.
He was arraigned and sent to the Wayne County Jail on $2,500 bail.
• Woman charged with larceny
MACEDON — A Hilton woman was charged Nov. 26 with petit larceny, Macedon police said.
Kathryn R. Dobles, 39, of Manitou Road, allegedly stole two Singer sewing machines, a Keurig K-Cup machine, and a Bunn Coffee maker from the Macedon Walmart totaling $730 on Sept. 6, police said. Macedon police had a warrant for Dobles who was currently in Monroe County Jail on other charges.
She was processed, arraigned, and returned to the Monroe County Jail. She will return to Macedon Town Court on Jan. 28.
• Man allegedly steal electronics
MACEDON — A Fairport man was charged Nov. 28 with grand larceny, Macedon police said.
On Nov. 28 at 6:30pm, Macedon Police report the arrest of Aleksander Kaplun, 41, of Alpine Knoll, allegedly stole two Smart computers and a laptop during the Black Friday sales at the Macedon Walmart Nov. 28, police said. The items’ total value was $1,628. Kaplun was stopped in the parking lot by Macedon police where it was discovered that he did not pay for the items. He was then taken into custody.
Kaplun was issued an appearance ticket for Macedon Town Court and released.
• Woman charged with petit larceny
VICTOR — A Palmyra woman was charged Nov. 14 with petit larceny, Ontario County sheriff’s deputies said.
Amanda J. Schwartz, 18, of 3744 Armington Road, allegedly stole two items totaling $12.98 from Spencer’s Gifts at Eastview Mall, deputies said.
She was issued an appearance ticket for Victor Town Court and released.
• Man arrested on Superior Court warrant
LYONS — The Wayne County Sheriff’s Office reports the arrest of Timothy J. Anderson, 33, of Shuler Street, Lyons, on Nov. 19, on a Superior Court warrant.
The warrant stems from a personal injury accident that occurred Aug. 28. He is being charged with aggravated vehicular assault, third-degree assault, second-degree reckless endangerment and aggravated driving while intoxicated.
He was taken to Wayne County Jail and will be arraigned in Wayne County Superior Court at a later date.
• Woman arrested following larceny investigation
PALMYRA — The Wayne County Sheriff’s Office reports the arrest of Sandra K. Cummings, 62, of 679 Filkins Road, Newark, on Nov. 16, following an investigation into a larceny that occurred at the Bridge Pub in Palmyra.
Cummings was arrested for petit larceny. It is alleged that she picked up a wallet that someone had dropped at the pub and then spent the money that was in the wallet. Cummings turned herself in to police and some of the money was recovered.
She was issued an appearance ticket and released, and is to appear in Palmyra Town Court at a later date to answer the charges.
• Man arrested for possession of marijuana
WALWORTH — The Wayne County Sheriff’s Office arrested Jason C. Buckler, 22, of Hamilton Street, Williamson, for criminal possession on Nov. 18.
Buckler was stopped by deputies on Route 441 in Walworth for having a headlight out. During questioning, deputies observed a strong odor of marijuana emanating from inside the vehicle. With Buckler’s consent, deputies conducted a search of his vehicle and located over a quarter-pound of marijuana, along with smoking paraphernalia and a quantity of cash.
Buckler was processed at the Sheriff’s Office and released on appearance ticket for fourth-degree criminal possession of marijuana. He is to appear in Walworth Town Court at a later date to answer the charges.
• Man, woman arrested for petit larceny
WILLIAMSON — The Wayne County Sheriff’s Office arrested David N. Pinaire, 23, of 6388 Tuckahoe Road, Williamson, and Keilah L. Hart, 18, of 6307 Route 21, Williamson, following a larceny investigation that occurred Nov. 18 at 4097 Circle Drive, Williamson.
It is alleged that Pinaire and Hart took a television and then left in a vehicle without authorization. They were charged with petit larceny and third-degree unauthorized use of a motor vehicle.
They were arraigned in Williamson Town Court and held on bail. Both are to return to Williamson Town Court at a later date to answer the charges.