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The Steuben Courier Advocate
  • DWI/AUO, warrant, petit larceny and much more

  • Weekly Police Blotter from The Steuben Courier Advocate's April 21, 2013 edition.

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  • STEUBEN SHERIFFS
    DWI/AUO
    BATH | Deputies report the arrest of Timothy P. Machuga, 44, of Bath on April 18 with felony driving while intoxicated and first-degree aggravated unlicensed operator. He was charged after a complaint was received of a person sleeping at the wheel of a vehicle on Faucett Road, Bath. He was arraigned and remanded to the Steuben County jail with no bail. He will appear in the town of Bath court at a later date.
    Offering false instrument for filling/violation of parole
    BATH | Deputies report the arrest of a Bath man following an investigation by the Department of Social Services Fraud and Legal Unit on April 18. Harry M. Green, 50, of Gardner Road was charged with one count of first-degree offering a false instrument for filing. Green was charged after it was learned that he allegedly failed to disclose income on on application for assistance. Green was arrested at the Steuben County Office Building and arraigned in the village of Bath court. Green was remanded to the Steuben County jail on $1,000 cash and $2,000 bond. The NYS Department of Parole also issued a warrant for Green's arrest in violation of his parole.
    Warrant
    BATH | Deputies report the arrest of Megan L. Cunningham, 24, of Mansfield, PA on April 17. Cunningham was arrested and charged after a warrant for her arrest was issued out of the State of PA for violation of conditional release. The charge alleges that Cunningham was arraigned in the town of Bath court and remanded to the Steuben County Jail.
    Criminal possession of stolen property
    URBANA | Deputies report the arrest of two Avoca residents for possession of stolen property. Approximately 12:30 am Sunday, April 14, a deputy was conducting a property check of the Mercury Aircraft and Pleasant Valley Winery complex on County Route 88 in the town of Urbana when he noticed a vehicle next to one of the buildings. As the deputy approached the vehicle, the driver departed at a high rate of speed and was stopped at the north end of the property. Upon interviewing the two occupants, it was found that the vehicle contained stolen property from Mercury Aircraft. Robert A. Judkins, 45, and Corissa L. Ridley, 28, of South Main St., Avoca were both charged with criminal possession of stolen property and released with appearance tickets for the town of Urbana court at a later date.
    Petit larceny
    ERWIN | Deputies report the arrest of a city of Corning resident on April 12. Alan L. Sherry, Jr. of East 1st St., Corning was arrested and charged with one county of petit larceny. The charge alleges that Sherry stole property from Wal-Mart in the town of Erwin. Sherry was arraigned on the charges and remanded to the Steuben County Jail.
    Fugitive of justice
    Deputies report the arrest of Thomas E. Brown, 34, of West Main Street, Elkland with being a fugitive of justice from the State of PA. Deputies responded to a complaint of four subjects trespassing on private property fishing on Olmstead Road in the town of Troupsburg. Upon investigation Brown was found to be wanted in Greene County, PA for unlawful theft of movable property. Brown was arraigned in the town of Woodhull court and remanded to the Steuben County Jail without bail. He will appear in Steuben County court at a later date.
    Page 2 of 2 - Criminal contempt
    BATH | Deputies report the arrest of a Hornell man following the investigation into phone calls that were made to a party that was protected by a court issued order of protection. Investigators arrested Roger W. Hults, 44, of E. Washington St., Hornell. Hults had been an inmate at the Steuben County Jail that made several attempts to make phone contact with the protected party while incarcerated. Hults was released from the Steuben County Jail on April 11 and subsequently arrested and charged with one count of first-degree criminal contempt. Hults was arraigned in the town of Bath court and released after posting $2,500 bail. The investigation is continuing.
     

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