Police roundup: This week in crime
Woman allegedly resists arrest
A Conquest woman was charged June 10 with disorderly conduct and resisting arrest, Wayne County sheriff’s deputies said.
Tammy L. Way, 43, of 10350 Slayton Road, was allegedly yelling and carrying on in the street after being told by police to quiet down, deputies said. Upon being placed under arrest, she allegedly physically struggled and attempted to prevent deputies from arresting her.
She was arraigned in Galen Town Court and sent to the Wayne County Jail on bail.
Woman charged with DWI
A Sodus woman was charged June 10 with driving while intoxicated, driving with a blood-alcohol content of .08 percent or more, leaving the scene of a property damage accident, imprudent speed, failing to stop at a stop sign, open container and unlawful possession of marijuana, Wayne County sheriff’s deputies said.
Danielle M. Miller, 26, of Ridge Road, was driving north on Edmonds Road allegedly failed to stop at a stop sign and came to rest in a ditch on the north side of York Settlement Road, deputies said.
She was issued tickets for Huron Town Court and released.
Three rescued when boat capsizes
Three people were rescued after their boat capsized neat the south end of LeRoy Island June, Wayne County sheriff’s deputies said.
When deputies arrived on scene, they found two men, Darrell Lamar Moody of Oklahoma and Darryl Gibbs of West Henrietta, clinging to the side of the boat. The third victim, a 13-year-old female, had already been pulled aboard a private vessel operated by Randy Whess of Macedon who had witnessed the mishap, deputies said. The sheriff’s Marine Patrol quickly helped the two men aboard the sheriff’s boat.
All three victims were then transferred to the Coast Guard boat from Sodus Point and taken to the Coast Guard dock where ambulances from Sodus Point, Sodus Center and North Rose were waiting, deputies said. Both men refused further treatment after an intial check by ambuance personnel, deputies said. The young girl was taken to ewark-Wayne Community Hospital.
Gibbs and his 13-year-old daughter were wearing life jackets. Moody was unable to grab his before the boat capsized, deputies said.
Fowlers Marina helped remove the capsized boat from the water. Assisting at the scene were fire boats from Sodus Point and North Rose.
Woman charged following disturbance
A Sodus woman was charged June 12 with obstructing governmental administration, second-degree criminal trespass and fourth-degree criminal mischief, Wayne County sheriff’s deputies said.
Bailey S. Martin, 20, of 8539 Ridge Road, was allegedly involved in a disturbance on Railroad Avenue in Williamson, deputies said. When was placed under arrest, she allegedly became combative and kicked one of the deputies.
She was arraigned in Williamson Town Court and sent to the Wayne County Jail on $750 cash bail.
Man allegedly takes boss’s car
A Palmyra was charged June 12 with unauthorized use of a motor vehicle, Wayne County sheriff’s deputies said.
Scott B. Cantwell, 44, of 3841 Trolley Road, allegedly had permission to use his employer’s vehicle for a day, but failed to return it for several days without contacting his employer, deputies said.
He was arraigned in Palmyra Town Court and sent to the Wayne County on bail.
Man charged with fraud
A Red Creek man was charged June 15 with fourth-degree fraud, Wayne County sheriff’s deputies said.
Shawn R. Dallas, 40, of Wolcott Street, allegedly received medical assistance through the Department of Social Services, then allegedly went to work and became ineligible for assistance but failed to report his increase in income, deputies said. As a result, he received over $1,800 in medical insurance premiums he was not entitle to, deputies said.
He was issued an appearance ticket for Lyons Village Court and released.
Woman charged with larceny
A Williamson woman was charged June 13 with petit larceny, Wayne County sheriff’s deputies said.
Natalie E, Gasciogne, 26, of 1034 Arrowbend Dr., allegedly opened packages and concealed items in the bottom of her baby stroller, deputies said. She then went through the checkout and allegedly paid for some of the items, but not all.
She was issued an appearance ticket for Williamson Town Court and released.