Marijuana, sex offender, grand larceny and more

Staff reports


Sheriff deputies report the arrest of a Rochester man for unlawfully possessing marijuana on Monday, Oct. 26. Deputies responded to a motel in the town of Bath for a suspicious incident involving Akeem L. Robinson of Rochester. After the investigation was completed deputies arrested Akeem L. Robinson, 20, of 41 Cream Street, Rochester for unlawfully possession of marijuana. Robinson was issued an appearance ticket to appear at the town of Bath court at a later date to answer to the charge.

Sex offender

Bath Village Police charged Robbie L. Goodman, 35, of P.O. Box 500, Davis Street, Elmira, on Wednesday, Oct. 28, with sex offender registration violation.

Grand Larceny

Bath Village Police charged Mark K. Norton, 6460 Gardner Road, Bath, on Friday, Oct. 23, with fourth-degree grand larceny.


Bath Village Police charged Charles A. Doyen, 47, of Mid-State Correctional Facility, Marcy, Friday, Oct. 23 with third-degree burglary.

Violation of probation

Sheriff deputies report the arrest of a Campbell man on Thursday, Oct. 29. Mr. Jason D. Knickerbocker, 29, of McNutt Run Road, Campbell was arrested on a warrant from Steuben County Court Judge Latham for violation of probation. Deputies processed and arraigned Knickerbocker in County Court and he was remanded to Steuben County Jail with out bail.

Knickerbocker is due back in County Court at a later date.

Deputies were assisted by the Steuben County Probation Department in the arrest.

Welfare fraud

Sheriff deputies, the Steuben County Department of Social Services Fraud and the legal Affairs Unit announce the arrest of James P. Glover and Heather Glover of East Avenue, Wayland on Wednesday, Oct. 28. James Glover, 34, and Heather Glover, 29, were each charged with two counts of first degree offering a false instrument for filing and two counts of third degree welfare fraud. Mr. and Mrs. Gover allegedly offered false statements and failed to report income in the household to Social Services which they were required to do and this resulted in them receiving more than $26,000 in benefits over the past two years that they were not entitled to. Mr. and Mrs. Glover were both arraigned in the Village of Bath court where they were released on their own recognizance. They will reappear on Nov. 18.