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Driver says he fell asleep at wheel before fatal Livonia crash
Jaden M. Miller, 32, of Phelps, Ontario County, who was driving the Isaac Heating and Air Conditioning van involved in the crash, told deputies at the scene that he fell asleep at the wheel, said Livingston County Sheriff Thomas Dougherty.
3 Mount Morris residents face numerous drug charges
However, Deputy Shawn Whitford suspected that the driver had lied about her identity and further researched her through local databases and DMV files. The deputy suspected that the driver had used her sister’s name at the original traffic stop, the Sheriff’s Office said.
Two charged with making methamphetamine after meth lab equipment found in trunk of car
WARSAW, N.Y. (WIVB) - Two Allegany County residents have been charged with unlawfully making methamphetamine, stemming from a traffic stop in the Village of Warsaw in April.
WATCH: Avon bear makes early visit to Avon residence
“We have never seen bear here prior or evidence of any bear,” said Kim Gillette, who lives on Reservoir Road in the town of Avon near the LeFeber Farm.
Leicester man faces felony charges driving drunk on lawnmower
Due to the previous DWI, deputies say Mulley was charged with felony driving while intoxicated, aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle (also a felony), and operating out of ignition interlock restriction.
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Murder case begins, trial could be set on July 17
Mlyniec, 60, is charged with second-degree murder and first-degree intimidation of a witness for the March 7 shooting death of Robert Irvine II, 32.
Law and Order: Mom allegedly leaves tot in custody of man court ordered to stay away from the child
Cynthia L. Gardner, 33, of 1/2 Swan St., Batavia, was arrested after she allegedly left her 3-year-old daughter in the care and custody of a defendant at 14 1/2 Swan St., Batavia, at 8 a.m. on June 18. The defendant is named in a court order with a directive to specifically stay away from Lardner's
Pedestrian hit and killed in Livonia crash
According to deputies, a vehicle struck the pedestrian, then hit a pole in the area of Richmond Mills Road and Center Street.
Woman struck by Isaac Heating and Cooling van in her yard dies
Sheriff Thomas Dougherty said the driver of an Isaac Heating and Cooling van was eastbound on Richmond Mills when he drove into the westbound lane and off the north shoulder of the road, striking a woman standing in her yard. The driver, a man, then slammed into a telephone pole.
New four-way stop coming to Geneseo’s Main Street
The new traffic pattern will begin on Tuesday, according to Jordan Guerrein, a spokesman for the state Department of Transportation in Rochester.
Leicester man, with history of DWI conviction, accused of driving drunk on lawn tractor
LEICESTER – A Leicester man is facing multiple felony charges, including driving while intoxicated, after being stopped while driving a lawn tractor, the Livingston County Sheriff’s Office reports.
Havens Sits in Jail, Awaiting Parole Hearing Date
According to a New York State spokesperson for parole, Terri Havens, 39, is still being held for his previous parole violation and will remain there until his parole hearing.
Ex village mayor gets jail time for child-porn charges
STILLWATER, N.Y. (AP) — A former mayor is going to jail for downloading child pornography videos.TheTimes Unionreports that 63-year-old Rick Nelson, former mayor of Stillwater, New York, was sentenced Tuesday to 5 to 15 years in state prison. Saratoga County Judge James Murphy said viewing child por
Dansville Fish and Game awards scholarship
The club’s awards a scholarship annually to a graduating high school senior who will pursue a degree in conservation, conservation biology, environmental protection, conservation science, wildlife and forestry, natural resources, wildlife/animal management, aquatic and fisheries science (freshwater
Beach trash puzzler: Where'd the syringes, pink toothbrush and tampon applicators come from?
Murphy, who lives on Shore Acres Road, picked up a huge mound of tampon applicators, bottle caps, cigarillo tips, plastic shards and other floatable trash.
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Troopers charge Arcade man with DWI after accident
ARCADE — An Arcade man was charged with misdemeanor driving while intoxicated after he drove through an intersection and struck a stopped vehicle, causing injuries, Warsaw-based state police reported.
Another roadblock for new Conesus Inn restaurant
The lawsuit over the legacy law was filed by Conesus residents who live near the site of the former restaurant, who say developers Carl Myers Enterprises constructed a new steel restaurant shell there that's 10 feet higher than the town Planning Board approved, closer to Conesus Lake than approved a
Castile woman arrested after accident
CASTILE — A Pike woman was charged with felony driving while intoxicated after a rollover accident Tuesday on State Route 19A, the Wyoming County Sheriff’s Office reported. Tina M. Callaro, 45, was driving alone in her vehicle at 6:11 p.m. when she lost control of her vehicle and drove off the road.