Police roundup: This week in crime

Sodus
Fight leads to arrest
A Sodus man was charged Nov. 20 with second-degree harassment, New York state police said.
Daniel J. Evans, 44, of 7399 Maple Ave. Ext., was charged following a complaint of an alleged fight at the residence, troopers said. Subsequent to an investigation, he was placed under arrest.
He was issued an appearance ticket for Sodus Town Court and released.

Ontario
Dispute leads to man’s arrest
An Ontario man was charged Nov. 24 with second-degree harassment - physical contact, New York state police said.
Christopher S. Hillen, 34, of 2028 Paddy Lane, was allegedly involved in a domestic dispute at a residence on Paddy Lane and, subsequent to an investigation, was placed under arrest, troopers said.
He was arraigned in Ontario Town Court and sent to the Wayne County Jail in lieu of $200 cash bail.

Arcadia
Two charged in burglary
Two Newark men were charged Oct. 18 with three counts of third-degree burglary, three counts of petit larceny and one count of possession of burglary tools, Wayne County sheriff’s deputies said.
Anthony Santiago, 29, of Ryder Road, and Seth Brown, 31, of Arcadia Zurich Norris Road, were allegedly implicated in multiple local burglaries and found to have tools of the trade in their possession, deputies said.
Santiago was arraigned in Arcadia Town Court and sent back to the Wayne County Jail in lieu of $3,500 cash or $7,000 bail bond. Brown was arraigned in Arcadia Town Court after being picked up on a warrant by state police for allegedly possessing a forged instrument and sent to the Wayne County Jail in lieu of $2,500 cash bail.

Sodus
Man hits victim in head
A Sodus man was charged Nov. 1 with endangering the welfare of a child and second-degree harassment, Wayne County sheriff’s deputies said.
Brandon L. Newsome, 28, of Maragretta Road, allegedly punched a woman in the face and head several times in front of two young children during a domestic incident, deputies said.
He was arraigned in Sodus Town Court and sent to the Wayne County Jail in lieu of bail. A stay away order of protection was issued.

Manchester
Police: Port Gibson woman threw ashtray at stove
A Port Gibson woman was charged at 4:15 a.m. Dec. 13 after allegedly throwing an ashtray at a stove and striking a man in the face, said Ontario County sheriff’s deputies.
DeAnn R. Joll, 42, of 4587 Route 31, was charged with second-degree harassment and fourth-degree criminal mischief, police said. She allegedly broke the oven door of the stove when she threw the ashtray at it, and left a small scratch on the man’s face after allegedly punching him, deputies said.
She was issued an appearance ticket and will answer charges at Manchester Town Court at a later date.

Williamson
Eight charged following drug investigation
The Wayne County Narcotics Enforcement Team has charged eight people with third-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance after a several months-long investigation of criminal sales of prescription pills and crack cocaine.
Police said they executed a search warrant Saturday, Dec. 1, at 4129 Ridge Road, Apt. 5, Williamson, and located several people weighing approximately 40 grams of crack cocaine.
Charged were: Tracy L. Rendsland, 46; Ava P. McGinnis, 17, and Alchimist McKinnon, 21, all of the residence; Durville D. Peterson, 19, and Akeem V. Simon, 18, of 30 Arrowbend Drive, Williamson; Jawuan T. Thomas, 20, of 19 Galen St., Clyde; Jamaal E. Moody, 21, of 84 Broad St., Lyons; and Shameika Brown, 20, of 201 Rosewood Terrace, Rochester.
They were arraigned in Williamson Town Court and sent to the Wayne County Jail pending bail. Police said the investigation is continuing.

Ontario
Four injured in crash
Four people were injured in a motor vehicle accident when the driver allegedly fell asleep at the wheel, Wayne County sheriff’s deputies said.
Buddhi Rana, 41, of Buffalo, was traveling west on Route 104 in Ontario when it is believed he fell asleep at the wheel, left the north side of the road and struck a tree, deputies said. Four passengers in the vehicle were injured and taken to Strong Memorial Hospital.
Deputies were assisted at the scene by Ontario Fire Department and several EMS agencies.

Arcadia
Man violates court order
A Newark man was charged oct. 20 with two counts of first-degree criminal contempt, two counts of second-degree menacing, two counts of endangering the welfare of a child, fourth-degree criminal mischief, second-degree aggravated harassment, resisting arrest and obstructing governmental administration, Wayne County sheriff’s deputies said.
Gregory P. Parish, 29, of 1103 N. Main St., allegedly sent his ex-girlfriend several harassing text messages and made several phone calls violating a refrain from order of protection, deputies said. While deputies were attempting to locate Parish, he allegedly went to his ex-girlfriend’s house, kicked in the door and threatened to kill her and a friend with a knife in the presence of two children.
He then allegedly kicked and damaged the back window of the patrol car and was charged with an additional count of fourth-degree criminal mischief, deputies said.
He was arraigned in Lyons Town Court and sent to the Wayne County Jail in lieu of bail.

Huron
Man stuck in mud charged
A Wolcott man was charged Nov. 1 with driving while intoxicated, driving with a blood-alcohol content of .08 percent or more and having unsafe tires, Wayne County sheriff’s deputies said.
William F. Curtis, 18, of 11949 Wilson St., was charged after he was found stuck in the mud off the side of Stone Road in Huron, deputies said. He allegedly failed field sobriety tests.
He was issued appearance tickets for Huron Town Court and released.

Walworth
Man charged with taking bike
A Greece man was charged Oct. 26 with second-degree burglary and third-degree grand larceny, Wayne County sheriff’s deputies said.
Davonte L. Bailey, 18, of 55 Old Hickory Trail, allegedly entered a garage of a residence on Walworth Road on July 16 and stole a Suzuki 450 racing bike, which was rcovered following his arrest, deputies said.
He was arraigned in Macedon Town Court and sent to the Wayne County Jail in lieu of $1,000 cash or $2,000 bail bond.

Sodus
Man allegedly resists arrest
A Lyons man was charged Oct. 27 with resisting arrest and obstructing governmental administration, Wayne County sheriff’s deputies said.
Damian V. Brantley, 22, of 27 Elmer St., was charged following a complaint at Bubba’s Bar in Sodus when a bartender refused to serve Brantley any more alcohol, deputies said. Brantley allegedly began irate and refused to leave the bar, even when deputies asked him to and then allegedly resisted arrest.
He was arraigned in Sodus Town Court and sent to the Wayne County in lieu of $250 cash or $500 bail bond.

Sodus
Man charged with assault
A Naples man was charged Dec. 8 with first-degree assault, Wayne County sheriff’s deputies said.
Clifford R. Mayo, 40, was allegedly involved in a fight with another customer at the Hydration Station in Sodus back in September, deputies said. During the fight, Mayo allegedly caused serious and permanent damage to the other person’s eye.
He was arraigned in Arcadia Town Court and sent to the Wayne County Jail without bail.

Newark
Man charged following dispute
A Newark man was charged Nov. 28 with second-degree unlawful imprisonment and second-degree harassment, New York state police said.
Brandon M. Wentworth, 23, was allegedly involved in a domestic dispute at a residence on North Main Street in Newark during which the victim was allegedly held against their will, troopers said.
He was arraigned in Lyons Village Court and released on his own recognizance.

Williamson
Man ticketed following accident
A Williamson man was ticketed Oct. 25 following a motor vehicle accident, Wayne County sheriff’s deputies said.
Eric Lafave, 38, was traveling west on Washington Street when he made a left turn onto Jay Street and allegedly struck a bicyclist, Emily Herman, 24, of Pultneyville, deputies said. Herman was taken by ambulance to Rochester General Hospital for non-life threatening injuries.
Lafave was ticketed for failing to exercise due care and released.
Deputies were assisted at the scene by Pultneyville Fire Department and Williamson Ambulance.

Arcadia
Man charged with DWI
A Newark man was charged Oct. 25 with driving while intoxicated, driving with a blood-alcohol content of .08 percent or more, crossing hazard markings and failing to keep right, Wayne County sheriff’s deputies said.
Anthony J, Caruso Jr., 40, of 209 Alan St., was stopped for a traffic violation on Route 31 in Arcadia and allegedly found to be under the influence of alcohol, deputies said. After he failed field sobriety tests, he was placed under arrest.
He was issued appearance tickets for Arcadia Town Court and released.

Palmyra
Two charged with cruelty
A Palmyra man and woman were charged Oct. 24 with with cruelty to an animal, Wayne County sheriff’s deputies said.
Christina Mulcahy, 21, and Kyle Jopson, 26, both of Lyon Road, were charged following an investigation into the well being of a dog, deputies said.
They were issued appearance tickets for Palmyra Town Court and released.

Sodus
Man charged after traffic stop
A Wolcott man was charged Dec. 6 with driving while intoxicated, failing to keep right and driving with a blood-alcohol content of 08 percent or more, Wayne County sheriff’s deputies said.
Clinton J. Henry, 48, of 5770 New Hartford St., was allegedly stopped on Route 104 in Sodus for failing to keep right and, after failing field sobriety tests, was placed under arrest, deputies said.
He was issued appearance tickets for Sodus Town Court and released.
 
Sodus
Teen charged with assault
A Sdous teen was charged Nov. 14 with assault and endangering the welfare of a child, Wayne County sheriff’s deputies said.
Glasford Hamilton III, 16, allegedly struck a 13-year-old female students while on a Sodus Central School bus, deputies said.
He was arraigned in Sodus Town Court and released on his own recognizance.

Marion
Man charged with DWI
A Marion man was charged Nov. 17 with driving while intoxicated, aggravated driving with a blood-alcohol content of .18 percent or more and failing to keep right, Wayne County sheriff’s deputies said.
Brandon K. Whitney, 35, of 3609 Palmyra Road, was stopped for a traffic violation and after failing field sobriety tests, he was placed under arrest.
He was issued appearance tickets for Marion Town Court and released.