Steuben County Sheriff
Raymond E. Hann, 2nd, of Hornell, was arrested and charged with Felony Violation of
Probation. The charge stems from Hann allegedly violating a condition of his sentence.
False Written Statement
James R. Graham, 56, of Jasper, was arrested for making a false written statement following an investigation into a complaint of an illegally obtained firearm. It is alleged that
Graham falsely entered information on an application to purchase a firearm at a Steuben
County firearms dealer. Graham is scheduled to appear in Bath Town Court at a later date.
Nicholas R. Hendee, 23, of Fremont, was arrested for driving while intoxicated following a vehicle and traffic stop on County Route 70A in Hornellsville Township. Hendee was also charged with driving whit more than .08% blood alcohol content, using private property to
avoid an intersection, failing to signal a turn and unlawful possession of marijuana.
Hendee is scheduled to appear in Hornellsville Town Court at a later date.
Chloe M. Maxim, 20, of Dansville, was arrested on Thursday afternoon on a warrant
issued by Steuben County Probation. Maxim was arraigned in the Wayland Village Court
and remanded to the Steuben County Jail on $325.00 cash bail. Maxim is due to
reappear at the Wayland Village Court at a later date.
David Negron, 49, Howard, was charged with Speeding on County Route 14. During the
stop the Deputy was advised that there was an active Bench Warrant issued by Hornell
City Court on Negron for failing to pay a fine. Negron was taken into custody and turned
over to Hornell City Police for his appearance in City Court.
Theodore T. Ostrander, 53, of Corning, was arrested on a Violation of Probation Warrant
issued out of the City of Corning Court.
Richard O. Graham, 49, of Hornell, was charged with firstdegree promoting prison
contraband and third degree criminal possession of a weapon.