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Tuesday, September 13, 2016

Livingston County: Operation Summer Heat


LIVINGSTON COUNTY:   Sheriff Thomas J. Dougherty advises of the Sheriff’s Office initiative “Operation Summer Heat” targeting drugs and outstanding arrest warrants in Livingston County. The Livingston County Sheriff’s Office conducted a Drug Interdiction and Warrants initiative on August 29th, 30th, and 31st. The drug interdiction initiative was in conjunction with Operation Safe Interstate, focusing on narcotics being transported along the Interstate 390 Corridor.  The warrants initiative focused on attempting to locate twenty two (22) individuals who had outstanding warrants for their arrest. 
At the conclusion of the Drug Interdiction initiative, Livingston County Sheriff's Office members had conducted fifty four (54) traffic stops and issued twenty one (21) traffic tickets.  From those traffic stops, there were two (2) arrests for DWI, two (2) arrests for narcotics, and another one (1) individual currently being sought for arrest on narcotics charges following a traffic stop.
           Bruce A. Kellison, 48 years old from Leroy, was arrested for DWI.
           Alonso McGee, 56 years old from Rochester, was arrested for DWI.
           Allyssa A. Iannarilli, 20 years old from Perry, was arrested for Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance in the 7th degree and Criminal Possession of a hypodermic needle.  Seized were 3 bags of heroin and several needles.
           Javan L. Jamison, 29 years old from Hornell, was arrested for Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance (intent to sell) in the 3rd Degree. Seized was over a half ounce of powder cocaine. 
           Charles K. Townsend, 31 years old from Dansville, is WANTED for Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance in the 3rd Degree (intent to sell) and Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance in the 5th Degree.  The charges stem from a traffic stop where a Sheriff’s K-9 hit on the vehicle.  Following a vehicle impound and signed search warrant, over a half ounce of powder cocaine was located, as well as marijuana.   If you have any information on the whereabouts of Townsend please contact the Livingston County Sheriff's Office at 585-243-7100.
At the conclusion of the warrant initiative, members of the Livingston County Sheriff's Office had nine (9) warrant suspects in custody.
           Bambi L. Young 36 - Family Court Warrant
           Jennifer L. Young 34 - Aggravated unlicensed operator warrant.
           James A. Miller 52 - Traffic Warrant
           Damien M. Enslow 26 - Bench Warrant- CPCS 
           Steven J. Adams 51 - Family Court Warrant
           James R. Maggio 61 - AUO warrant
           Christopher J. Presler 38 - AUO warrant
           Jessica Burgos-Martinez 32 - AUO warrant
           Kimberly A. Oconnell 43 – AUO warrant
While investigating individuals with active warrants, it was discovered that sixteen (16) additional warrant suspects had either moved out of Livingston County or out of New York State.
According to Sheriff Dougherty, “This was a very productive three days.  I am proud of our members and their commitment to serving our county.  Stopping the flow of drugs into our communities and holding those accountable for their failure to appear in court sends the message that we are going to proactively seek you out and protect our neighborhoods.  Our proactive approach to fighting crime is one of the reasons our residents enjoy the continued decreases in crime trends and continue to see Livingston County one of the safest counties.”
The initiative was led by Patrol Services Chief Deputy Burgess.  Assisting were, Sergeant Joseph Breu, Investigator Joshua Monster, Deputy Michael Wade with K-9 partner Hondo, Deputy Brandon Flickner, Deputy Jason Butterbrodt, Deputy Mathew Thomas, and Deputy Matthew Moran; all of the Police Services section of the Sheriff’s Office. Several members of the Correctional Services section also assisted by processing all these individuals at Central Booking inside the Livingston County Jail.