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The Steuben Courier Advocate
  • Probation checks result in seven arrests

  • A coordinated sweep by Steuben County Sheriff’s deputies, county probation officers and the New York State Police to conduct home visits for those currently on probation led to seven arrests Friday night, officials said.
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  • A coordinated sweep by Steuben County Sheriff’s deputies, county probation officers and the New York State Police to conduct home visits for those currently on probation led to seven arrests Friday night, officials said.
    A total of 17 deputies, investigators, probation officers and troopers visited residences in teams of two, with deputies and troopers in marked vehicles as backup for visits that were considered more dangerous.
    The teams visited 58 residences throughout the county from 5-11 p.m. Friday, checking the residents to make sure they were following the terms of their probation.
    Those found in violation were taken to the county Sheriff’s Office.
    The process was expedited by an electronic system that allowed the deputies to process an arrest warrant for probation violation, transfer it to a judge to be signed and then serve the warrant immediately, so those in violation could be sent directly to the Steuben County Jail.
    Those allegedly found in violation and arrested were:
    • Mark Early, 44, of Wilcox Street, Cohocton. He had an outstanding probation violation warrant.
    • Matthew T. Baker, 24, of Florence Street, Hornell, who was allegedly in the company of a child despite the terms of his parole on a sex offence. Further investigation is underway, according to the Sheriff’s Office.
    • Paul W. Kahlmeyer, 66, of Pine Tree Village, Painted Post. He was allegedly found to be intoxicated in violation of his probation terms.
    • Nickolas V. Pinneo, 34, of State Route 415, Avoca. He was allegedly found to be intoxicated in violation of his probation terms.
    • Noelle C. Farmer, 26, of County Route 80, Cameron. She had an outstanding probation violation warrant.
    • Robert A. Ross, 62, of Edgewood Drive, Cohocton. He was allegedly found to be intoxicated in violation of his probation terms.
    • Lindsay M. Remchuk, 25, of May Street, Bath. She was allegedly under the influence of controlled substances in violation of the terms of her probation.
    Officials said one juvenile was also taken into custody for alleged violation of their conditional release terms.
    Those taken into custody are set to appear in court Monday.
    The Sheriff’s Office said they are planning a number of similar events in the future in collaboration with the probation department and state police.

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