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Wayne Post
  • Police roundup: This week in crime

  • Police roundup: This week in crime

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  • Man nabbed with third DWI
    Macedon — Macedon Police report the arrest of Jeffrey Williams, 42, of Newark.
    Police were investigating a suspicious vehicle on Monroe-Wayne County Line Road and Route 31F. The investigation revealed that Williams pulled over to use his cell phone and while still in the road came to a complete stop to talk. Williams was intoxicated and was arrested for Felony DWI, felony first-degree aggravated unlicensed operation, operating motor vehicle without an interlock device failure to submit to a breath pre-screen and open container.
    The felony DWI stems from two prior convictions in Monroe County in 2006 and 2011.
    Williams was arraigned in Town Court and was remanded to the Wayne County Jail without bail due to prior convicted felonies.
    Williams was to appear in Macedon Town Court on April 30 to answer the charges.
    Woman charged with burglary
    Marion — Wayne County Sheriff’s deputies arrested a Fairport woman on April 14 for second-degree burglary.
    While staying with her boyfriend in Marion, Nicole M. Stokes, 21, of 1349 Ayrault Road, Fairport, unlawfully entered the neighbor’s residence without permission with the intent to commit a crime by stealing prescription medicine.
    Stokes was arraigned in the Marion Town Court and released on her own recognizance. She will appear back in court at a later date to answer the charge. A Stay Away order of protection was issued.
    Man allegedly breaks window
    Walworth — Ahmad Abdus-Samad, 54, of Balsam Lane, Fairport, was arrested by Wayne County Sheriff’s deputies on April 6 for fourth-degree criminal mischief and charged with trespass.
    Abdus-Samad broke a window at a residence where he did not have permission to be.
    He was arraigned in Walworth Town Court and remanded to the Wayne County Jail in lieu of bail. He is scheduled to return to Walworth Town Court at a later date to answer the charges.
    Man allegedly found with weapon
    Williamson — A Rochester city man was arrested April 13 by Wayne County Sheriff’s deputies for second-degree aggravated unlicensed operation and fourth-degree criminal possession of a weapon.
    Adam Cook, 23, of Lake Avenue, Rochester, was stopped for a traffic infraction and was subsequently found to be operating the vehicle while his license was revoked, as well as in possession of a collapsible baton.
    He was arraigned in Williamson Town Court and remanded to the Wayne County Jail in lieu of bail. He is to return to court at a later date to answer to the charges.
    Man charged with larceny
    Newark — Matthew J. Buttaccio, 56, of 1111 Union St., village of Newark, was arrested April 13 by Wayne County Sheriff’s deputies for petit larceny.
    The incident occurred outside his apartment where he allegedly stole money from a vehicle.
    Page 2 of 2 - He was arraigned in Newark Village Court and released, and is to appear in court at a later date to answer charges.
    Teen charged with sexual misconduct
    Wolcott — Wayne County Sheriff’s deputies arrested Justin E. White, 17, of Galen, NY, on April 17, after an investigation into an incident that happened in February.
    He was charged with sexual misconduct and endangering the welfare of a child.
    He was arraigned in Wolcott Town Court where he was released on his own recognizance. He is to appear in court at a later date to answer the charges.
    Dispute leads to arrest
    Wolcott — Jason A. Brunton, 31, of 5937 Jefferson St., Wolcott, was arrested April 17 by Wayne County Sheriff’s deputies and charged with fourth-degree criminal mischief and endangering the welfare of a child.
    The charges stem from an investigation of a domestic dispute that occurred at a resident in the village of Wolcott. Brunton was charged with breaking property in the residence in front of a child.
    He was arraigned in the Wolcott Village Court and released. He is to return to court at a later date to answer the charges.
    Woman allegedly escapes handcuffs
    Sodus — Wayne County Sheriff’s deputies arrested Kamie M. Sedore, 29, of 6300 West Port Bay Road, Apt. 2, Wolcott, for two counts of second-degree forgery, two counts of second-degree criminal possession of a forged instrument and two counts of petit larceny.
    Sedore was taken to Wayne County Public Safety Building for processing. While secured in the building, Sedore escaped from her handcuffs and fled from the building. After an extensive search around the building, Sedore was located hiding in a wooded area between Route 31 and the Erie Canal where she was taken back into custody. She was additionally charged with second-degree escape.
    Sedore was arraigned in the Galen Town Court and sent to the Wayne County Jail in lieu of bail. She is to return to the Lyons Town Court to answer to the escape charge, the Rose Town Court to answer to one of the petit larceny charges, and to the Sodus Town Court to answer to the rest of the charges. The Sheriff’s Office was assisted by the Macedon and Newark police departments.
    Man allegedly chokes victim
    Arcadia — Jason C. Cromer, 38, of 34 Park Ave., Newark, was arrested April 19 for criminal obstruction of breathing after a domestic dispute with his girlfriend.
    During the dispute, Cromer choked his girlfriend causing obstruction of her breathing.
    Cromer was arraigned in Newark Village Court and remanded to the Wayne County Jail in lieu of $1,000 cash or $2,000 insurance bond. He is to appear in Arcadia Town Court at a later date to answer the charges.

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