Disorderly conduct, petit larceny and more

Staff reports

Disorderly conduct

Sheriff deputies arrested an Addison woman Sunday, Nov. 15. Deputies arrested Heather L. Stratton-Mahnke, 37, of Front Street in the Village of Addison. Stratton-Mahnke was charged with disorderly conduct after she used obscene language towards Addison Police Officers in the City of Corning Hospital emergency room. Stratton-Mahnke was at the emergency room with the Addison Police Department and Sheriff Deputies following an incident that took place in the Village of Addison.

Stratton-Mahnke was issued an appearance ticket to appear in the City of Corning court at a later date to answer to the charge. Members of the Sheriff's Office were assisted by Steuben County District Attorney's Office and the Addison Police Department.

Petit larceny

Sheriff deputies report the arrest of a Lindley man Friday, Nov. 13. Deputies arrested Daniel G. Miller, 33, of Stowell Road, Lindley. Miller was arrested and charged with petit larceny after deputies responded to the Painted Post WalMart after receiving a complaint of a shoplifter. Miller was issued an appearance ticket and released. He will appear in the Town of Erwin court at a later date.

Property damage accident

Sheriff deputies investigated a one vehicle property damage accident in the Town of Fremont. A vehicle operated by Jessie L. Travis, 50, of Country Route 55 went off of the road into a ditch at the intersection of Skelly Road and Mattoon. It is alleged that Mr. Travis left the scene and failed to report the accident. The vehicle was removed from the scene by T&R Towing due to the hazard it was causing on coming traffic. Travis was charged with second degree aggravated unlicensed operation, open container of alcohol in motor vehicle and leaving the scene of a property damage accident.

Criminal mischief

Sheriff deputies arrested Karl B. Wilcox, 42, of County Route 74, Pulteney following a domestic dispute that occurred Tuesday, Nov. 17 at his residence. Wilcox was charged with fourth degree criminal mischief, endangering the welfare of a child and second degree unlawful imprisonment. Wilcox was arraigned in the Town of Bath Court and remanded to the Steuben County Jail in lieu of bail ($1,000 cash/$2,000 property.) Wilcox will return to the Town of Pulteney Court at a later date to answer to the charges.


Bath Village Police reported the arrest of Kevon L. Pearson, 26, of 100 W. Steuben Street, Bath. Pearson has been charged with two counts each of criminal sale and third degree criminal possession of a controlled substance. The charges stem from a six month long investigation conducted by the District Attorney's drug initiative team into the sale of cocaine in the Village of Bath. Pearson was arraigned in front of Steuben County Court Judge Peter Bradstreet and remanded to the Steuben County Jail in lieu of $20,000 cash/$40,000 property bond bail.