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Sunday, November 13, 2016

NY State Police Blotter

11/12/16 2:43pm- State police arrested a 16-year-old Friendship boy, charging him with felony criminal mischief. He was issued an appearance ticket for court. Police said the charge stems from a November 2 complaint of vandalism to private property in the Town of Bolivar.
11/12/16 11:51pm- Following an incident in New Hudson, state police arrested Skyler M. Hall, 22 of Caneadea. He was charged with aggravated DWI. Troopers also arrested Matthew Warren, 20, of Caneadea. He was charged with DWI, BAC above .08% and leaving the scene of an accident. Borth men were taken into custody on Maple Street in the Village of Cuba. Court action is pending.
11/13/16 6:02am- During a traffic stop on Route 417 in Genesee, state police arrested Jesse E. Smyers, 26 of Little Genesee. He was charged with DWI.
11/12/16 9:45pm- State police arrested Elizabeth See, 25 of Hinsdale. She was charged with two counts of endangering the welfare of a child and menacing with a weapon. She was released on her own recognizance.
11/12/13 1:31pm- State police arrested Robert L. Andrews, 68 of Bath. He was charged with forgery 3rd and making a false business entry.
11/12/16 11:45am- State police arrested Tiffany A. Wadsworth, 32, of Atlanta, NY. She was charged with petit larceny following an incident in the Town of Bath.
11/12/16 9:20pm- Following an incident in the Town of Urbana, state police arrested Gerald C. Cleveland, 47 of Bath. He was charged with forcible touching. He was sent to jail on $5,000 bail.
11/12/16 10am- State police arrested Scott E. Carson, 40 of Painted Post. He was charged with felony grand larceny. He was released on his own recognizance.
11/13/16 2:53am- Following a traffic stop on I-99 in Lindley, troopers arrested Walter D. Dilly, 48 of Savona. He was charged with DWI and BAC above .08%.
11/12/16 8:03pm- During a traffic stop in Freemont, police arrested Amanda M. Scully, 27 of Hornell. She was charged with aggravated DWI, DWI and moving from a lane unsafely. Bail was set at $2,500.