James Timon Saddler III, 39, of College Avenue, Rochester, is charged with: second-degree assault — with intent to injure with a weapon; legal possession of a weapon within the third diploma; second-degree harassment; and trespass. Following a name for service at a motel on West Principal Avenue Highway in Batavia, Saddler was arrested at 5:19 p.m. June 24. It’s alleged that he obtained right into a bodily altercation and struck a sufferer with a tire iron and one other sufferer along with his fists. He was arraigned in Alabama City Court docket and put in jail with out bail. The case was dealt with by Genesee County Sheriff’s Deputy Kyle Krzemien, assisted by Sgt. Mathew Clor.
Jazmin Pellot, 38, is charged with second-degree harassment and obstructing governmental administration. She was arrested at 1:33 p.m. June 15 after an incident that occurred on North Spruce Avenue within the Metropolis of Batavia. It’s alleged that she struck a sufferer within the face with a closed fist and that she interfered with officers and didn’t adjust to directives throughout an investigation. She was arraigned in Batavia Metropolis Court docket later that afternoon after which launched on her personal recognizance. She is due again in courtroom July 22.
Thomas Tacito, 61, was arrested at 1:30 p.m. June 17 after he allegedly violated an order of safety issued to a sufferer on North Spruce Avenue within the Metropolis of Batavia. He’s accused of going to the protected occasion’s residence and knocking on their door. He was issued an look ticket for Batavia Metropolis Court docket and is due there at a later date (unspecified).
Thomas Tacito, 61, was arrested at 11:15 a.m. June 23 after an investigation right into a neighbor dispute that occurred at 10 p.m. April 24 on North Spruce Avenue. A sufferer had all 4 tires slashed and several other home windows smashed out on their car. Tacito is charged with third-degree legal mischief. It’s alleged that he brought about greater than $250 in harm to the car. He was issued an look ticket to be in Batavia Metropolis Court docket July 6 after which launched.
Liltesia Nefetiria Turner, 39, of Tracey Avenue, Batavia is charged with: fourth-degree grand larceny — property with a worth larger that $1,000; fourth-degree grand larceny — bank card; and petit larceny. Turner was arrested June 22 for allegedly stealing a pockets belonging to a different individual at 11:15 p.m. June 21 at Batavia Downs Gaming, which contained a number of bank cards and greater than $1,000 money. The case was dealt with by Genesee County Sheriff’s Deputy Travis DeMuth.
Mitchell Bates, 29, is charged with: aggravated driving whereas intoxicated — with a BAC of .18 % or extra DWI; and failure to maintain proper. Bates was arrested at 10:06 p.m. June 19 on Ellicott Avenue. The costs stem from a motor-vehicle accident by which Bates allegedly drove into oncoming site visitors and struck one other car head on. He was processed at Batavia Police Headquarters and launched on tickets returnable to Batavia Metropolis Court docket on Sept. 21.
Trevor M. Wealthy, 40, is charged with: legal possession of a managed substance within the seventh diploma; driving whereas intoxicated; aggravated DWI; and failure to maintain proper. Wealthy was arrested on June 18 after an investigation of a motor-vehicle accident that occurred at 6:10 p.m. Feb. 25 on East Principal Avenue in Batavia. It’s alleged that he was driving inebriated and that he possessed cocaine on the time. He was issued an look ticket for June 29 in Batavia Metropolis Court docket.
Jamie Dutton, 28, was arrested June 26 and charged with legal mischief and legal trespass. It’s alleged that at about 5:45 p.m. Feb. 27 that Dutton entered a residence on Harvester Avenue unlawfully and broken home windows within the the method. The defendant is due in Batavia Metropolis Court docket on July 6.
Bianca Tyson, 30, was arrested at 2:28 a.m. June 20 on Jefferson Avenue in Batavia after a site visitors cease. It’s alleged that she was working her car whereas intoxicated with a BAC or .08 % or extra. Tyson was issued an look ticket to be in Batavia Metropolis Court docket on July 20.
Jaylinn Oneil, 31, was arrested at 10:21 p.m. June 18 on Holland Avenue in Batavia and is charged with legal mischief and resisting arrest following a disturbance. She was issued a ticket to look in Batavia Metropolis Court docket on June 29.
Kaleb Bobzien, 23, was arrested on expenses of: resisting arrest; obstruction of governmental administration, velocity in zone; aggravated unlicensed operation within the third diploma; and suspended registration. He was arrested June 14 at 3:37 p.m. on Alexander Highway after allegedly failing to adjust to Batavia law enforcement officials’ instructions to exit his car after being suggested that he was underneath arrest on a warrant out of Warsaw PD. He was issued an look ticket for June 22 in Batavia Metropolis Court docket, and site visitors tickets, then turned over to Warsaw PD on the warrant.
Ashley Elizabeth Quintern, 32, of Miller Avenue, Batavia, is charged with petit larceny. At 5:57 p.m. June 23, Genesee County Sheriff’s deputies have been dispatched to Walmart on Veterans Memorial Drive in Batavia for a larceny criticism. It’s alleged that Quintern stole merchandise belonging to Walmart. She was processed at GC Jail then launched on an look ticket. She is due in City of Batavia Court docket on July 26. The case was dealt with by Deputy Kyle Tower.
Mitchell Merrill, 35, was arrested on June 17 at 4:55 a.m. following an investigation of a larceny that occurred at 4:36 a.m. that day on East Avenue. It’s alleged that Greene took property that didn’t belong to him with out permission of the proprietor. He was launched on an look ticket for courtroom (date unspecified).
Marcella Greene, 36, was arrested June 22 for failure to look in Batavia Metropolis Court docket on April 19; cause not specified. After being processed at Batavia Police Headquarters and arraigned in metropolis courtroom, she was launched. Greene is because of return to courtroom Aug. 5.
Nicole Casey, 33, of West Principal Avenue, Batavia, turned herself into Batavia Police Headquarters at 10:45 a.m. June 21 after failing to look in Batavia Metropolis Court docket as required by an look ticket. The unique cost concerned a shoplifting incident at an area enterprise in Feburary of 2018. After arraignment in metropolis courtroom, Casey was directed to return to courtroom on July 21.
Tim Kauffman, 52, was arrested on a warrant out of Batavia Metropolis Court docket on June 15. It was issued after he failed to look in metropolis courtroom on Might 13 as required. He was processed, arraigned and launched on his personal recognizance and is because of return to courtroom at a later date (unspecified).