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The Steuben Courier Advocate
  • Possession/criminal sale of controlled substance, possession of a deadly weapon and much more

  • Weekly Police Blotter from The Steuben Courier Advocate's May 5, 2013 edition.

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  • BATH VILLAGE
    Possession/criminal sale of controlled substance
    BATH | Bath Police arrested Shakeymo A. Hodge, 32, of Corning on April 30. He was charged with two counts of third-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance and two counts of third-degree criminal sale of a controlled substance. He was remanded to the Steuben County Jail with no bail.
    The arrest is the result of an eight month narcotics investigation conducted by the Steuben District Attorney's Drug Initiative.
    STEUBEN SHERIFFS
    Possession of a deadly weapon
    BATH | Deputies report the arrest of a village of Bath resident April 3 in connection to the investigation that was conducted at the Steuben County Office Building. At approximately 2 p.m., a village of Bath resident entered the main entrance of the County Office Building and approached the main screening station. The person then approached the screening station placed his jacket on the x-ray machine conveyor belt. The Court Security Officer manning the screening station then observed what appeared to be the outline of a semi-automatic pistol on the computer screen. The Court Security Officer then notified the other deputies stationed within the County Office Building and the person was detained for further questioning.
    Deputies and a Criminal Investigator were called to the County Office Building and upon further investigation of the incident it was revealed that the semi-automatic handgun was actually a loaded CO2 powered air pistol. During the interview of the suspect he advised the Investigator that the purpose of his visit to the County Office Building was to speak with his case worker in the Department of Social Services.
    Charged in connection to the investigation was Clay O. Hageman, 21, of Liberty St., Bath. Clay was charged with criminal possession of a deadly weapon. Hageman was arraigned in the town of Wheeler court and remanded to the Steuben County Jail on $500/$1,000 in bail. Hageman will appear in court at a later date.
    Arrest warrant
    BATH | Deputies report the arrest of James W. Barto Jr., 30, of County Route 99, Woodhull at approximately 2:20 p.m. May 1. Barto Jr. was arrested at the Steuben County Office Building after his appearance in Family Court. A deputy stationed at the County Office Buildling recognized Barto Jr. as an individual that had an arrest warrant issued by Elmira Police Department. Deputies confirmed that the arrest warrant was still active and shortly after Barto Jr. was taken into custody as he was exiting the building. The arrest warrant for Barto Jr. stems from second-degree harassment that took place in Elmira. Barto Jr. was turned over to the city of Elmira Police Department.
    Possession of marijuana
    WHEELER | Deputies report the arrest of Michael P. Fish, 21, of Jersey Hill Rd., Honeoye for unlawful possession of marijuana. Fish was issued an appearance ticket and a U.T.T. He is scheduled to appear in the town of Wheeler court at a later date.
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    Burglary investigation
    THURSTON | Troopers received a report of a burglary to a pole barn located on Hanrahan Rd, in the town of Thurston on Feb. 11. Sometime between 2/7/13 and 2/8/13 the following farm equipment items were stolen: power take off unit, plantary unit for a transmission, flywheel, clutch, pressure plate and a large vise. Anyone with information is encouraged to contact the State Police at 607-962-6865 or 607-962-3282
     

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