MVA, warrant, possession, disorderly conduct and much more

Staff reports

STEUBEN SHERIFF

MVA

• CAMERON |  Deputies report a motor vehicle accident that occurred on County Route 22 in the town of Cameron. Rachel L. Burdin, 25, of County Route 70A in the town of Howard was traveling Northbound on County Route 22 when two deer entered the roadway. Burdin swerved to avoid the deer, causing her vehicle to strike a guardrail and an earth wall. There was airbag deployment and heavy front end damage to the vehicle. Burdin sustained minor facial abrasions but refused medical attention. The vehicle was towed from the scene and a MVA report was filed.

• CAMPBELL | Deputies report that two motorcycles were injured while riding together on Meads Creek Road in the town of Campbell. Spencer S. Thomas, 24, of Corning and Darlene K. Brizzee, 43, of Pine City, NY were traveling North on Meads Creek Road on separate motorcycles, when a deer ran into the road way. Brizzee struck the deer which caused her to lose control of her motorcycle, laying it down on the pavement. She was dragged for a short distance then her motorcycle struck the motorcycle being operated by Thomas. Thomas lost control laying his motorcycle onto the pavement as well, before striking a wooden fence in front of residence on Meads Creek Road. Thomas received minor scrapes in the accident and refused medical treatment. Brizee was treated and stabilized at the scene by Rural Metro ambulance personnel for numerous scrapes, a fractured left wrist and head injury. She was flown from the scene to Robert Packer Hospital for further treatment. Both motorcycles received extensive damage and were removed from the scene. No charges are expected.

• BATH | Deputies report that at about 10:30 p.m. Thursday, May 26 they responded to a one car roll over motor vehicle crash on Bonny Hill Road, Bath. After investigating the scene deputies arrested Eric Dickson, 19, of Bath for driving while intoxicated and failing to keep right. Dickson was the sole occupant of the motor vehicle and received minor injuries from the crash. Dickson was released from custody and ordered to return to the town of Bath court at a later date.

• CANISTEO | Deputies report a one car motor vehicle accident on the Catatunk Road in the town of Canisteo Tuesday morning. A vehicle operated by Kenneth R. Thomas, 82, of Rochester was North on Catatunk Road when the operator failed to negotiate a curve and struck a ditch and earth embankment. A passenger Florence Thomas, 87, was airlifted to Strong Memorial Hospital with a head injury. Kenneth Thomas was uninjured. No charges were filed.

• Deputies report that one person was injured in a one car motor vehicle accident that occurred on Saunders Road in the town of West Union. Deputies report that a vehicle being operated by Keah M. Kraus, 18, of Troupsburg was traveling North on Saunders Raod when she allegedly fell asleep at the wheel. Kraus vehicle went off the left side of the road way and struck an electric pole head on, causing air bag deployment. Kraus was treated at the scene for abrasions to the left arm and complained of pain to her right wrist, however refused medical treatment. The vehicle received extensive damage and was towed from the scene. Kraus was ticketed for failing to keep right and will appear in the town of West Union court at a later date.

Warrant

RATHBONE | Deputies report the arrest of a Rathbone resident on Wednesday. Eric B. Freeland, 28, of County Route 2, Addison was arrested on a warrant issued by the village of Bath court for first-degree criminal contempt, endangering the welfare of a child, obstruction of breathing and resisting arrest after he lead deputies on a brief foot chase outside his residence. Freeland was arraigned in the village of Addison court and remanded to the Steuben County Jail unable to post $2,000 cash bail/$4,000 property bond. He will reappear in the town of Rathbone court and village of Bath court to answer to the warrant at a later date.

Possession

HORNELLSVILLE | Deputies report that on Thursday Christopher A. Kautz, 39, of State Route 21 in the town of Hornellsville was arrested for unlawful possession of marijuana. Deputies discovered that Kautz was in possession of suspected marijuana after a search of his vehicle following a minor motor vehicle accident that occurred in the town of Hartsville earlier that evening. Kautz was issued an appearance ticket returnable to the town of Canisteo court at a later date.

Disorderly conduct

PAINTED POST | Deputies report the arrest of a 16 year old male of East 18th Street, Elmira. He was charged with disorderly conduct after he was using inappropriate language in the Main Office at Coopers BOCES, disrupting everyday business. The male was arraigned in the town of Campbell court and was released on his own recognizance to appear back in the town of Campbell court at a later date.

Several charges

WAYLAND | Deputies report the arrest of a village of Wayland resident on Thursday. Lindsay B. Mochol, 27, of South Lackawanna St., Wayland was arrested after a one car motor vehicle accident in the town of Wayland. Mochol was charged with felony driving while intoxicated, leaving the scene of a property damage accident and moving from lane unsafely. Mochol was issued tickets and released and will appear in the town of Wayland court at a later date. There were no injuries reported from the accident.

False personation

BALDWINSVILLE | Deputies report the arrest of Randy E. Sayler, 33, of Baldwinsville, NY. Sayler was charged with false personation. While conducting an investigation Sayler gave a fake name and date of birth to deputies. He was arraigned in the town of Campbell court and remanded to the Steuben County Jail on $500 bail. He will re-appear in court at a later date.

PAINTED POST STATE POLICE

Theft from vehicle

ADDISON | Troopers report that on May 28 they received a report of a theft of a wallet and a Garmin GPS from a vehicle that was parked near Levi pond at the Pinnacle State Park in Addison. The theft took place between 4:15-7:30 p.m. Anyone with information is encouraged to contact the New York State Police at SP Painted Post at 607-962-3282.

Endangering the welfare

ADDISON | Troopers report that at about 10 p.m. they received a report of a domestic argument in the village of Addison on Main St. Jesse Vanskiver, 22, of Addison was arrested for endangering the welfare of a child after it was alleged he broke a vehicle windshield with his foot while a two year old child was in the vehicle. Vanskiver was arraigned in the town of Lindley court and remanded to the Steuben County Jail in lieu of $1,000 cash bail. Vanskiver is to reappear in the village of Addison court at a later date.