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Wayne Post
  • Police roundup: This week in crime

  • Police roundup: This week in crime

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  • Wolcott
    Man charged with alleged rape of child
    A Wolcott man was charged Oct. 11 with predatory sexual assault against a child, a class A felony, and second-degree rape, a class D felony, New York state police said.
    Joseph C. Maxey, 44, of 12153 Oswego St., was arrested at his residence on an arrest warrant issued by Galen Town Court. It is alleged Maxey engaged in acts of sexual intercourse and oral sexual contact with female children age 12 and 14 beginning in 2007 and continuing for years. All of the abuse occurred in the Clyde area.
    He was arraigned in Galen Town Court and sent to Wayne County Jail without bail pending further court action.
    Macedon
    Man charged with DWI
    A Macedon man was charged Oct. 18 with driving while intoxicated and driving with a blood-alcohol content of .08 percent or more, Macedon police said.
    Scott Ghidiu, 36, was allegedly stopped by police for moving from his lane unsafely and failure to keep right on West Walworth Road in the town of Macedon at about 1:05 a.m., police said. His BAC was found to be .16 percent.
    He was issued appearance tickets for Macedon Town Court and released to a third party.
    Macedon
    Unlicensed driver nabbed
    A Rochester man was charged with third-degree aggravated unlicensed operation, unlawful possession of marijuana and fourth-degree criminal possession of a weapon, Macedon police said.
    Marlon D. Eaton, 32, was stopped on Route 31 in the town of Macedon at 12:55 a.m. for having an uninsured motor vehicle and subsequently arrested on multiple charges after he was allegedly found with a metal knife, brass knuckles and marijuana, police said.
    He was issued appearance tickets for Macedon Town Court and released.
    Newark
    Man allegedly violates court order
    A Newark man was charged Oct. 1 with two counts of second-degree criminal contempt, Wayne County sheriff’s deputies said.
    Matthew J. Buttaccio, 55, of Vienna Street, allegedly violated a stay away order of protection when he allegedly called a person he was ordered to have no contact with, deputies said. This was second time he had violated the order and had a warrant for his arrest for an additional count.
    He was arraigned in Sodus Town Court and sent to the Wayne County Jail in lieu of bail.
    Lyons
    Man slides into sign
    A Newark man was charged Sept. 27 with felony driving while intoxicated, inadequate brakes and failing to notify the Department of Motor Vehicles of an address change, Wayne County sheriff’s deputies said.
    Frederick J. Ream Jr., 47, of Vienna Street, was allegedly seen locking his brakes up and sliding into the “bridge closed” sign on County House Road in Lyons, deputies said. An investigation revealed he had a prior DWI conviction in the last 10 years.
    Page 2 of 2 - He was arraigned in Lyons Town Court and sent to the Wayne County Jail in lieu of $1,000 cash or $2,000 bail bond.
    Sodus
    Man charged for damaging car
    A Sodus man was charged Sept. 4 with fourth-degree criminal mischief, Wayne County sheriff’s deputies said.
    Nicholas J. Griffith, 24, of 7819 Ridge Road, allegedly broke a window and dented a car belonging to someone, deputies said.
    He was arraigned in Sdous Town Court and sent to the Wayne County Jail in lieu of bail.
    Huron
    Two injured in crash
    A man and a teen were injured in a motor vehicle accident on Sloop Landing Road in Huron Sept. 2, Wayne County sheriff’s deputies said.
    Gordon Neal, 86, of North Carolina, was attempting to turn onto Tosch Road directly in the path of an SUV driven by Christopher Dean, 16, of Wolcott, deputies said. The collision caused Dean’s SUV to then strike a telephone pole, snapping it in half.
    Neal was extricated from the vehicle and airlifted by Mercy Flight to Strong Memorial Hospital. Dean was transported by ambulance to Newark-Wayne Community Hospital.
    Deputies were assisted at the scene by Wolcot, North Rose, Rose and Alton fire departments, RG&E and New York state police.
    Palmyra
    Man charged after striking mailbox
    A Manchester man was charged Sept. 17 with driving while ability impaired by drugs, seventh-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance and possession of a controlled substance by ultimate users original container, Wayne County sheriff’s deputies said.
    Jason A Rowe, 29, of South Avenue, was allegedly seen by another motorist driving erratically on Walworth Ontario Road in Walworth, deputies said. He allegedly struck a mailbox and crossed the center line, forcing another vehicle to swerve to avoid an accident. Rowe was finally stopped on West Jackson Street in Palmyra and a search netted a quantity of narcotics in the vehicle.
    He was issued appearance tickets for Palmyra Village Court and released.
    Lyons
    Man allegedly struggles with deputies
    A Sodus man was charged Sept. 1 with third-degree aggravated unlicensed operation and obstructing governmental administration, Wayne County sheriff’s deputies said.
    James A. Frederick, 49, of 8416 Ridge Road, was stopped on Route 14 in Lyons and found to have a suspended license, deputies said. He was allegedly noncompliant and verbally abusive to deputies and as he stepped out of the car he struggled with police in the middle of the road in front of oncoming traffic.
    He was arraigned in Lyons Town Court and sent to the Wayne County Jail in lieu of $500 cash or $1,000 bail bond.
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