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The Steuben Courier Advocate
  • Fugitive from justice, disorderly conduct, warrant, DWI and much more

  • Weekly police blotter for November 6, 2011.

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  • BATH STATE TROOPERS
    Several charges
    AVOCA | Corey G. VanFleet, 43, of Avoca was arrested Sunday, Oct. 30 for third-degree assault and act in manner to injure a child less than the age of 17 following a physical altercation at his residence.
    Fugitive from justice
    BATH | A Bath man has been apprehended as a fugitive from justice for allegedly deserting his post with the U.S. Army, New York State Police announced Tuesday. Ryan D. Davis, 26, is accused of leaving his assignment with the Army in May and fleeing to the Bath area. Davis was taken into custody by Bath-based state police and Bath village police, and is currently being held in the Steuben County Jail without bail, pending extradition by military officials.
    STEUBEN SHERIFFS
    Disorderly conduct
    BATH | Deputies report the arrest of April J. Guerin, 37, of Hammondsport on Tuesday. Guerin was arrested by deputies at the intersection of West Washington St. and Liberty St. in the village of Bath for disorderly conduct.
    While attempting to affect the arrest it is alleged that Guerin was uncooperative and struggled with the arresting deputy. Guerin was arraigned in the village of Bath court and ordered to be held in the Steuben County Jail on $1,500 cash bail or $3,000 property bond. Guerin will appear in the village of Bath court at a later date to answer to charges.
    Warrant
    • CAMERON | Deputies report the arrest of Melissa A. Vance of Jasper. Vance was arrested by deputies on Oct. 30 for an outstanding warrant out of the state of Tennessee. Vance was arraigned in the town of Cameron Court and will appear in the Steuben County Court. Vance was remanded to the Steuben County Jail.
    • TUSCARORA | Deputies report the arrest of Jamie M. Lang, 28, of Addison on Oct. 28. Lang was arrested on a bench warrant out of the town of Tuscarora court for failure to appear on a driving while ability impaired by drugs and second-degree aggravated unlicensed operation charges. He was arraigned by the town of Tuscarora court and remanded to the Steuben County Jail with no bail. He will appear in the town of Tuscarora court at a later date.
    DWI
    WOODHULL | Deputies report the arrest of Justin S. Winnie, 21, of Dewalt Road in Mansfield, PA. Winnie was arrested late evening on Monday. He was arrested following a traffic stop in the town of Woodhull. Deputies arrested Winnie for driving while intoxicated, aggravated driving while intoxicated for blood alcohol content over .19 percent and failure to signal. Winnie was released to a third party and will return in the town of Woodhull court at a later date to answer to charges.
    Harrassment
    CORNING | Deputies have report the arrest of a city of Corning resident on Oct. 27. Whittany K. Hale, 22, of Lamphear court was arrested after a dispute on State Route 414 in the town of Corning. Hale was charged with second-degree harassment after she allegedly struck another female in the face during an argument. Hale was issued an appearance ticket for the town of Corning court.
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    DWI
    ERWIN | Brian D. McDonald, 24, of Rochester was arrested for driving while intoxicated following an incident in the Town of Erwin on Monday after getting his car stuck on railroad tracks.
    DWI under Leandra’s Law
    CORNING | Barbara J. Nazarczyk, 49, of Corning was arrested Sunday, Oct. 30 for driving while intoxicated under Leandra’s Law and aggravated driving while intoxicated.
    Harassment
    CORNING | Christopher J. Russo of Corning was arrested Sunday, Oct. 30 for second-degree harassment following an altercation in the town of Corning.
    Theft of property
    CORNING | Troopers received a report on Oct. 28 of a theft of property from a residence located on Redwood Circle. A photo CD was stolen sometime between 6:10 a.m. and 12:40 p.m. Oct. 28. Anyone with information is encouraged to contact the New York State Police at SP Painted Post at 607-962-3282, Inv. Chris Wilkinson.

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