Police Record

There are 1 comment on the Star-Gazette story from Mar 7, 2008, titled Police Record. In it, Star-Gazette reports that:

*Tammi L. Stickler, 26, of Norton Street in Elmira, was arrested March 1 on a warrant charging her with violation of a conditional discharge. *Jeremiah I. Thousand, 19, of West Water Street in Elmira, was charged March 2 with second-degree harassment. *John W. Wood, 41, of Columbia Street in Elmira, was charged March 2 with felony driving while intoxicated and felony first-degree aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle after a crash on South Main Street. *Eric J. Barner, 21, of East Water Street in Elmira, was arrested March 2 on a warrant charging him with facilitating third-degree aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle. *Marcus J. Jackson, 22, of Standish Street in Elmira, was charged March 2 with second-degree criminal contempt and fourth-degree criminal mischief. *Robert L. Farmer, 52, of East Second Street in Elmira, was charged March 2 with second-degree harassment. *Marcus D. Williams, 20, of West Clinton Street in Elmira, was arrested March 2 on a warrant charging him with fourth-degree grand larceny and possession of a forged instrument. *Cyril D. Pegues-Coleman, 24, of Caldwell Avenue in Elmira, was charged March 2 with second-degree aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle and unlawful possession of marijuana after a traffic stop on Clemens Center Parkway. *Tinesha M. Ross, 21, of West Clinton Street in Elmira, was arrested March 3 on a warrant charging her with violation of probation, second-degree criminal contempt and suspended registration. *Christianette L. Youngs, 22, of Madison Avenue in Elmira, was arrested Feb. 28 on a warrant charging her with failure to appear on a petit larceny charge. *James I. Overstreet, 19, of College Avenue in Elmira, was arrested Feb. 29 on a warrant charging him with failure to pay fine on a second-degree harassment conviction. *Edward L. Cloke, 38, of Sullivan Street in Elmira, was charged March 1 with driving while intoxicated after a crash on East Washington Avenue. *Michael P. Tadder, 29, of Partridge Street in Elmira, was charged Feb. 25 with third-degree aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle after a traffic stop on College Avenue. *Angela L. Davis, 44, of Magee Street in Elmira, was arrested Feb. 25 on a warrant charging her with petit larceny. *Leon M. Hamilton, 23, of Walnut Street in Elmira, was charged with third-degree criminal trespass on Heritage Park property. *Andrew L. Crawford, 31, of Lake Street in Elmira, was arrested Feb. 25 on a warrant charging him with failure to appear on a petit larceny charge. *Lawrence D. Stein, 19, of Maple Avenue in Elmira, was charged Feb. 25 with third-degree aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle after a traffic stop on Pennsylvania Avenue. *Mark A. Johnson, 50, of Canandaigua, was charged March 3 with seventh-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance and unlawful possession of marijuana after a traffic stop on Erie Street. *Marvin D. Rice, 27, of Caldwell Avenue in Elmira, was arrested March 3 on a warrant charging him with third-degree aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle. *Andrey A. Keck, 36, of West Caton Road in Corning, was charged Feb. 29 with driving while intoxicated, aggravated driving while intoxicated, failure to stay within a single lane and operating a motor vehicle while using a cell phone. *Zachary J. Strawser, 18, of Reynolds Avenue in Corning was charged Feb. 29 with petit larceny. *A 17-year-old Addison youth was charged Feb. 29 with petit larceny. *Raymond J. Harndon, 18, of North Victory Drive in Painted Post, was charged Feb. 29 with third-degree aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle and unregistered motor vehicle. *Nicole M. Corey, 30, of Walter Smith Terrace in Corning, was charged March 2 with endangering the welfare of a child. *A 17-year-old Corning youth was charged March 2 with third-degree aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle and operation with a suspended registration. *Abraham E. Shammah, 39, of Caton Road in Corning, was charged March 4 with second-degree criminal contempt. *Charles E. Wilson, 48, of county Route 22 in Beaver Dams, was charged March 4 with second-degree aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle, operation with a suspended registration and operation without insurance. *Jerry D. Hoad, 32, of Bath, was charged Feb. 23 with harassment. *Carrie A. Morath, 22, and Meagan L. Pike, 20, both of Savona, were charged Feb. 23 with petit larceny and endangering the welfare of a child. *Susan Callahan, 50, of Painted Post, was charged Feb. 27 with felony driving while intoxicated, consumption of an alcoholic beverage in a motor vehicle and unregistered motor vehicle. *John L. Driggins, 63, of Corning, was charged Feb. 26 with unlawful possession of marijuana. *Matthew W. Schoener, 19, of Lindley, was charged Feb. 27 with third-degree assault. *Melissa M. Eaton, 25, of Avoca, was charged Feb. 22 with driving while intoxicated. *Timothy G. Farrell, 51, of Bath, was charged Feb. 24 with driving while intoxicated. *Timothy J. Hoose, 20, of Prattsburgh, was charged March 1 with driving while ability impaired by drugs. He was arraigned and sent to the Steuben County Jail in lieu of $5,000 cash bail or $10,000 property bond. *Michael D. Eaves, 28, of South Street in Himrod, was charged Feb. 29 with aggravated unlicensed operation. Police said Eaves fell asleep while driving south on Himrod Road in Milo and struck a southbound horse and buggy driven by Kendall Burkholder, 24, of Himrod Road in Penn Yan. A passenger in the buggy, Michael M. Burkholder, 21, of Milo Center Road in Penn Yan, was taken to Soldiers and Sailors Hospital in Penn Yan for treatment of arm and shoulder pain. Police said Michael Burkholder was partially ejected from the buggy. *Patrick A. Howell, 22, and a 17-year-old youth, both of Dundee, and a 17-year-old youth of Penn Yan were charged Feb. 29 with endangering the welfare of a mentally incompetent person. Howell and the Penn Yan youth also were charged with second-degree unlawful imprisonment. All three were arraigned in Dundee Village Court and committed to the Yates County Jail in lieu of bail. *Ralph E. Johnson, 60, of county Route 109 in Howard, was injured March 1 when his all-terrain vehicle was struck by a car. He was taken to St. James Mercy Hospital for treatment of nonlife threatening injuries. Police said Johnson was plowing his driveway on the all-terrain vehicle when he backed into the path of a westbound car driven by a Hornell man. *Houston M. Wilson, 31, of Beaver Dams, was charged Feb. 28 with theft of services from Steuben Rural Electric Cooperative. *Jason E. Bailey, 23, of Dundee, was charged March 2 with driving while intoxicated and failure to signal after a traffic stop on Sixth Street. *Joshua Guy, 20, of Grover, and Jordan Shepard, 18, of Roaring Branch, were charged Feb. 27 with cutting down three cherry trees on private property in Canton Township and selling the wood to a local lumber company. *Nancy Benjamin, 19, of Rome, was charged Feb. 27 with forgery and accused of fraudulently cashing checks against the bank account of another person. *Police are investigating the theft of two tubs of copper from property in Smithfield Township. *Robert L. Kennedy, 67, of Stevens Township, was charged March 4 with driving while intoxicated and speeding after a traffic stop on U.S. Route 6 in Stevens Township. *Dustin Perry, 20, of Troy, was charged Feb. 27 with harassment and disorderly conduct after an incident at the Ridgebury Dandy Mini Mart. *Paul E. Carlson, 23, of Driftwood, Pa., was charged March 1 with unauthorized use of a motor vehicle and theft on the complaint of a Cross Fork, Pa., woman. *Two 16-year-old Wayland boys were charged Feb. 28 with felony second-degree criminal mischief. They are accused of doing nearly $5,000 in damage to the Five Star Bank ATM on Maple Street in Cohocton. *Bradley W. Hills, 25, no address given, was arrested March 4 on a warrant from the state Department of Parole. He also was charged with criminal possession of a hypodermic instrument and was committed to the Steuben County Jail without bail. The addresses listed in record items -- the last known residence of the accused or the address the person gave to law enforcement officers -- are obtained by the Star-Gazette from police or court records. via Star-Gazette

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TAMMI BARNER

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#2 Jul 31, 2008
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