Perry

Monday, April 24, 2017 at 5:52 pm
posted by Julia Ferrini in Wyoming County, events, Perry Center, Perry.

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For more than 50 years, members of the Perry Center Fire Department have dished up chicken for the community. Mid-morning Sunday, cars lined up three-deep and circled around Perry Center’s fire hall with approximately 30 or so more cars lined up along Route 246. Patrons were ready for the department’s annual Spring Chicken Barbecue.

At 8:10 a.m. the match was thrown and the grill began to warm. Shortly thereafter, deft hands began placing the first of 550 half chickens on the grates above the smoldering fire. By 11 a.m., people began lining up. Around 11:30, the first chicken was taken off the grill to finish steaming in the pot. And by noon, the first customer received their order.

“We used to hold the event in the community hall,” said Fire Chief Harold Wright. “Several years ago, we decided to try the drive through. People don’t even have to get out of the car. It makes it convenient.”

The annual event is held in both the spring and the fall and hails as one of the biggest fundraisers for the year. Proceeds from the barbecue are used to buy gear and equipment for the department and gear for the recently added members.

“We have loyal people come back year after year for the barbecue,” Wright said. “It’s a great community. Most times, we are sold out in lass than an hour.”

While the chief wouldn’t divulge the department’s chicken recipe, he did say his old Ag teacher used to “do barbecue” and he created the sauce for it. One of Perry Center’s members bought the teacher’s business but the he continued to make the sauce. Only now, he does it for the fire department.

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Monday, April 24, 2017 at 2:15 pm
posted by Julia Ferrini in Wyoming County, crime, Attica, Perry.
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     Nathan W. Burry

Nathan W. Burry, 20, of Attica, was charged with criminal mischief in the third degree, a Class E felony, and criminal tampering in the third degree and reckless endangerment to property, both are Class B misdemeanors. The Attica Police Department responded to a report of damage to a 2007 Volvo tractor belonging to Walton Milk Hauling Inc. Officers say the damage occurred at an apartment building on Lincoln Avenue in the Village. Further investigation allegedly revealed a tenant of the apartment building, who says he had a long-standing dispute with the truck driver, damaged the vehicle. The truck driver reported several airlines, the wiring harness, brake lines, and an air bag had been cut and or damaged. Damages have been estimated in excess of $1,800. Burry was released on his own recognizance and released to the Wyoming County Department of Probation and Correctional Alternatives. He is due at 10 a.m. June 12 in the Village of Attica Court.

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    David B. Eck Jr.

David B. Eck Jr., 24, no address provided, was charged April 22 with driving while ability impaired by drugs and driving while ability impaired by drugs combination. Attica Police say Eck was found asleep on Market Street, Attica, in the driver’s seat of his vehicle while it was running. Eck is due in the Village of Attica Court June 12. Attica PD was assisted by the Wyoming County Sheriff’s Office.

Karin L. Rice, 28, of Perry, was charged April 20 with failure to keep right, driving while intoxicated, and DWI with a BAC of more than .08 percent. The Wyoming County Sheriff’s Office responded to a call of a vehicle off the roadway into trees on Route 20A, Perry. Rice allegedly told deputies she went off the roadway to avoid a deer. She and her passenger were not injured in the crash. Further investigation allegedly showed Rice was driving while intoxicated. She was taken to the Warsaw Police Department for a breath test, which deputies say was over the legal limit of .08 percent. She is due in the Town of Perry Court at a later date.

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       Justin Dake

Justin Dake, 20, of Perry, was charged April 22 with operating a vehicle without headlights, no front plate, aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle in the third degree, and driving while ability impaired by drugs. Perry Police say Dake was seen driving on Gardeau Road, Perry, without his headlights on. During the investigation it was allegedly found that he had a suspended driver’s license and was driving while under the influence of drugs. Dake is due in Perry Village Court at a later date.

Thursday, April 20, 2017 at 12:37 pm
posted by Julia Ferrini in Wyoming County, events, Perry, Business.
Event Date and Time: 
April 29, 2017 -
8:00am to 12:00pm

Shane and Tara Harding of Harding’s Plumbing and Heating Inc, 34 N. Main St., Perry, is celebrating their business expansion and relocation with an open house from noon to 4 p.m. April 28 and a ribbon cutting at 1 p.m., and an open house from 8 a.m. to noon April 29.

Thursday, April 20, 2017 at 12:36 pm
posted by Julia Ferrini in Wyoming County, events, Perry, Business.
Event Date and Time: 
April 28, 2017 -
12:00pm to 4:00pm

Shane and Tara Harding of Harding’s Plumbing and Heating Inc, 34 N. Main St., Perry, is celebrating their business expansion and relocation with an open house from noon to 4 p.m. April 28 and a ribbon cutting at 1 p.m., and an open house from 8 a.m. to noon April 29.

Tuesday, April 18, 2017 at 2:04 pm
posted by Julia Ferrini in Wyoming County, crime, news, Perry.
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Kenneth Shearing Jr.

On April 13 the Livingston County Sheriff’s Office received a complaint of a car driving all over the road on Interstate 390. Once the vehicle was located by deputies, a traffic stop ensued.

When the deputy approached the vehicle of Kenneth J. Shearing Jr., of Perry, and requested his license, a foil wrapper allegedly fell out of the driver’s wallet.

When the officer questioned what the wrapper was, he said Shearing opened the foil, which contained a Suboxone strip, then put the strip in his mouth and ate the evidence.

Subsequently, the 35-year-old Perry man was arrested and charged with tampering with physical evidence, a felony.  

Shearing was put in Livingston County Jail on $1,500 cash bail or $3,000 bond.

Tuesday, April 18, 2017 at 12:14 pm
posted by Julia Ferrini in Wyoming County, events, Perry.

The Perry Fire Department is hosting its first Spring Fest April 29 and 30 at the Perry Village Park, Lake Street.

On Saturday, a craft and vendor show will be held from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.; a chicken barbecue is scheduled from noon until sold out – tickets are on sale now; a 5K run/walk is scheduled for a 9 a.m. start with registration at 8 a.m.; and at noon, check out the fire truck pull.

Sunday’s events include the craft show from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.; a hamburger and hotdog stand will be on the grounds from 11 a.m. until sold out; and a cornhole tournament begins at 1 p.m. with teams registering at noon.

For more information on the fest or for chicken barbecue tickets contact Tammy Kelsey at (585) 721-2024.

Tuesday, April 18, 2017 at 12:13 pm
posted by Julia Ferrini in Wyoming County, events, Perry.
Event Date and Time: 
April 30, 2017 -
9:00am to 4:00pm

The Perry Fire Department is hosting its first Spring Fest April 29 and 30 at the Perry Village Park, Lake Street.

On Saturday, a craft and vendor show will be held from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.; a chicken barbecue is scheduled from noon until sold out – tickets are on sale now; a 5K run/walk is scheduled for a 9 a.m. start with registration at 8 a.m.; and at noon, check out the fire truck pull.

Tuesday, April 18, 2017 at 12:13 pm
posted by Julia Ferrini in Wyoming County, events, Perry.
Event Date and Time: 
April 29, 2017 -
9:00am to 4:00pm

The Perry Fire Department is hosting its first Spring Fest April 29 and 30 at the Perry Village Park, Lake Street.

On Saturday, a craft and vendor show will be held from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.; a chicken barbecue is scheduled from noon until sold out – tickets are on sale now; a 5K run/walk is scheduled for a 9 a.m. start with registration at 8 a.m.; and at noon, check out the fire truck pull.

Tuesday, April 18, 2017 at 11:58 am
posted by Julia Ferrini in Wyoming County, announcements, military, Perry.

Maj. Gen. Anthony P. German, the Adjutant General for the State of New York, announces the promotion of Daryl Degroff, of Perry, along with members of the New York Army National Guard.

Degroff, assigned to the 222nd Military Police Company, received a promotion to the rank of Specialist.

Army National Guard promotions are based on overall performance, attitude, leadership ability, and development potential.

These promotions additionally recognize the best qualified soldiers and attract and retain the highest caliber citizen soldiers for a career in the New York Army National Guard.

For more information about the New York Army National Guard, visit www.dmna.ny.gov or www.1800goguard.com

The New York National Guard (New York State Division of Military and Naval Affairs) is the state's executive agency responsible to the governor for managing New York's Military Forces, which consists of nearly 20,000 members of the New York’s Army National Guard, Air National Guard, Naval Militia, and the New York Guard.

Tuesday, April 18, 2017 at 11:29 am
posted by Julia Ferrini in Wyoming County, crime, Perry, Warsaw, Strykersville.

Heather A. Woodworth, 35, of Perry, was charged April 10 with disorderly conduct. She is due in Geneseo Town Court at a later date.

John W. Dill Jr., 52, of Grand Prairie, Texas, was ticketed April 17 for failure to keep right. Wyoming County Sheriff’s deputies say Dill was driving a tractor-trailer eastbound on Route 20A, Warsaw, when he fell asleep at the wheel. Subsequently, the semi left the roadway, going off the south side of the road, sheering off a utility pole. Although the cab of the vehicle was able to be driven from the scene, the trailer was damaged and had to be towed. No injuries were reported. Dill is due in the Town of Warsaw Court at a later date. Assisting at the scene included the Warsaw Fire Department.

Amanda R. Redden, 33, of Strykersville, was charged April 15 with speeding and aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle in the third degree. Redden was stopped, after deputies say she was seen speeding, on Folsomdale Road, Sheldon. During the traffic stop, it was allegedly found that her license had been suspended – for failure to pay a fine – out of the Village of Warsaw. She was released on her own recognizance and is due in the Town of Sheldon Court at a later date.

Monday, April 17, 2017 at 10:04 am
posted by Julia Ferrini in Wyoming County, crime, news, Attica, Warsaw, Perry, Sheldon, Arcade.

The following inmates from State Correctional Facilities in Attica were in Wyoming County Court before Judge Michael Mohun April 12.

Jayshawn Williams was sentenced to one-and-one-half to three years in prison, and fees and surcharges. He was convicted of attempted assault in the second degree, a Class E felony as a second felony offender. The sentence is to run consecutively to his current term.

John Harris was sentenced to two to four years in prison on each count of two counts of attempted assault in the second degree, a Class E felony. He is also responsible for all fees and surcharges incurred. The sentences are to run concurrently with each other, but consecutively to his current term.

Ronald Montgomery was sentenced to seven years in prison, five years post release supervision, and fees and surcharges on the conviction of assault in the second degree, a Class D felony. The sentence is to run concurrently to his current term.

Rodney Webster was sentenced to one-and-one-half to three years in prison, and fees and surcharges on the conviction of conspiracy in the fourth degree, a Class E felony as a second felony offender. The sentence is to run consecutively to his current term.

Benedict Agostini had his case adjourned to April 24.

Jerry Gillard had his case adjourned to April 26.

Lindell Cox had his case adjourned to April 26 for a Huntley Hearing. A Huntley Hearing is a pretrial hearing in New York State and is requested for the purpose of reviewing the manner in which the police obtained statements from the defendant.

Wesley Kirkland was in court for motions. He pled guilty to attempted promoting prison contraband in the first degree, a Class E felony as a second felony offender. Sentencing is scheduled June 21.

Ricky Morris was sentenced to one-and-one-half to three years in prison, and fees and surcharges. He was convicted of attempted promoting prison contraband in the first degree, a Class E felony as a second felony offender. The sentence is to run consecutively to his current term.

Andrew Mott was in court for motions. The case has been adjourned to April 26.

Pablo Sanes was in court for motions. He pled guilty to attempted promoting prison contraband in the first degree, a Class E felony as a second felony offender. Sentencing is scheduled June 21.

Shaquor Smith Sr. was in court for motions. A Huntley Hearing is scheduled May 15. A Huntley Hearing is a pretrial hearing in New York State and is requested for the purpose of reviewing the manner in which the police obtained statements from the defendant.

Christian Manley had his case adjourned to May 17 for a Huntley Hearing.

The following were in Wyoming County Court before Mohun April 12 and 13:

Tylor Phinney, who committed a crime in Sheldon, pled guilty to attempted assault in the second degree, a Class E felony. Sentencing is scheduled Aug. 3.

Justin Stanbro, who committed a crime in Arcade, admitted to a violation of interim probation. He was sentenced on the conviction of burglary in the third degree, a Class D felony, and resisting arrest, to two-and-one-half to seven years in prison. The sentence is to run concurrently to his Erie County sentence.

Shawna Martino, who committed a crime in Attica, pled guilty to criminal possession of a controlled substance in the fifth degree, a Class D felony, and aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle in the second degree. Sentencing is scheduled July 6.

Chester Harrington, who committed a crime in Perry, successfully completed interim probation. He was sentenced to three years probation, a $2,000 fine, and driver’s license revoked. He was convicted of driving while intoxicated, and operating a motor vehicle with a BAC of .08 percent or more.

Patrick Gugliuzza, who is accused of a crime in Warsaw, pled not guilty to welfare fraud in the fourth degree, and offering a false instrument for filing in the first degree, both are Class E felonies. Motions are scheduled June 22. Bail was set at $15,000.

Courtney Brown, who committed a crime in Wyoming County, was in court for a SORA hearing. The decision has been reserved. Sex Offender Registry Act: Sex offenders are required by the SORA to verify their information in the Registry at specified intervals. There are three levels of sex offenders:  Level 1 (low risk of re-offense), Level 2 (medium risk of re-offense) and Level 3 (high risk of re-offense); risk level is set by a judge after a court hearing. After the hearing of a trial or the argument of a motion a judge might not immediately deliver a decision, but instead take time to review evidence and the law and deliver a decision at a later time, usually in a written form, thus reserve decision.

Wednesday, April 12, 2017 at 11:06 am
posted by Julia Ferrini in Wyoming County, news, crime, Perry.
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      Pietro Russo

Two people who were babysitting a 3-year-old were arrested April 10 after a Dollar Tree customer flagged down a Livingston County Sheriff’s deputy.

Heather Woodworth, 36, of Perry, and 41-year-old Pietro Russo, of Honeoye Falls, were arrested Monday of suspected child abuse following an investigation.

It is alleged that Woodworth and Russo, who were babysitting a 3-year-old girl, were in the Dollar Tree in Genesee Valley Plaza, Geneseo, when the child was asking for different toys on the shelves. 

Russo is accused of becoming upset at her, picking her up and dropping her on the floor, then walking away, leaving the child unattended.

He is also accused of walking several aisles away then returning back to the child and striking her numerous times while yelling and screaming at her.

Deputies say several customers at the store attempted to intervene but were verbally threatened by both Russo and Woodworth.

Russo was charged with felony assault in the second degree and endangering the welfare of a child. He was jailed in the Livingston County Jail on $5,000 cash bail or $10,000 secured bond.

Woodworth was charged with disorderly conduct for her inappropriate language and actions in a public place. She was issued an appearance ticket.

The child suffered bruising on her upper leg and was released to her mother’s care.

Geneseo Police assisted at the scene. A referral to Child Protective Services was also made by the Sheriff’s Department.

Tuesday, April 11, 2017 at 12:44 pm
posted by Julia Ferrini in Wyoming County, events, Warsaw, Attica, Perry.

The National Prescription Pill Take Back Day aims to provide a safe, convenient and responsible means of disposing of prescription drugs. The Wyoming County Sheriff’s Office and the Attica and Perry police departments have partnered with the Drug Enforcement Agency in providing this service to county residents. 

Unused or expired medication, both prescription and over-the-counter drugs, can be disposed of with no questions asked at three Wyoming County Locations from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. April 29:

    • Wyoming County Sheriff’s Office, 151 N. Main St., Warsaw; (585) 786-8989;

    • Perry Police Department, 46 N. Main St., Perry (585) 237-5233; and 

    • Attica Police Department, 43 Exchange St., Attica; (585) 591-0881.

According to the Food and Drug Administration, while medications can be thrown in the household trash, community-based drug “take back” programs offer the best option. There are a small number of medicines that may be especially harmful if taken by someone other than the person for whom the prescription was written. Additionally, many of these drugs have specific disposal instructions. Some of these medications can be flushed down the sink or toilet. For a list of medications recommended for disposal by flushing click here

The FDA recommends following these guidelines when throwing out old or unused medication:

    • Follow any specific disposal instructions on the label or packaging;

    • Take advantage of programs that allow the public to take unused drugs to a central location for disposal; or

    • Transfer unused medicines to collectors registered with the DEA. Visit the DEA’s website or call 1-800-882-9539 for more information and to find an authorized collector in your community.

If no disposal instructions are given, the FDA recommends:

    • Remove them from their original containers and mix them with used coffee grounds, dirt or kitty litter; and

    • Place the mixture in a sealable bag or empty can to prevent the drug from leaking out of a garbage bag.

Other tips include:

    • Removing all identifying information on prescription labels;

    • Do not give medications to friends; and 

    • When in doubt about proper disposal, ask your pharmacist.

Additionally, two collection drug boxes are located in the lobby of the Sheriff’s Department that are available to the public 24-hours-a-day, 365 days a year.

For more information on drug disposal visit the Food and Drug Administration Web site

For more information on safe drug disposal visit the Environmental Protection Agency Web site.

Tuesday, April 11, 2017 at 12:20 pm
posted by Julia Ferrini in Wyoming County, crime, news, Perry, Castile.
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  Jason W. Anderson

A Castile man was arrested April 10 following an investigation into funds that he was receiving from Perry School in exchange for tutoring services. The New York State Police assisted Perry PD with the arrest of Jason W. Anderson on 25 felony counts including a crime of public corruption.

Anderson, 39, was charged with one count of grand larceny in the third degree, a Class D felony, and one count defrauding the government, and 23 counts offering a false instrument for filing in the first degree, both crimes are Class E felonies.

Officials say he was supposed to be tutoring a student from the Perry School District, but instead was receiving paychecks for no service rendered. It is estimated that Anderson allegedly took more than $4,000 from the school between October and March. 

He was put in Wyoming County Jail on $3,000 cash bail and $15,000 bond. He is due in court at 1 p.m. June 20.

Tuesday, April 11, 2017 at 11:55 am
posted by Julia Ferrini in Wyoming County, crime, news, Perry, Arcade, Middlebury, Pike, Warsaw, Attica.

The following were in Wyoming County Court before Judge Michael Mohun April 6.

Roy Lawrence, who committed a crime in Perry, was sentenced to three years in prison with three years post-release supervision and $190 in restitution. He was convicted of criminal sale of a controlled substance in the third degree.

Heidi Hopkins, who committed a crime in Perry, was sentenced to four years in prison with one year post-release supervision with Shock recommendation, and $280 in restitution. She was convicted of criminal sale of a controlled substance in the third degree, a Class B felony.

Jonathan Bucknam, who committed a crime in Perry, was sentenced to one year in prison with one year post-release supervision on the conviction of criminal sale of a controlled substance in the fifth degree, a Class D felony. He was also sentenced to an unconditional discharge and $6,278 restitution on the conviction of offering a false instrument to file in the second degree.

Shannon Garland, who committed a crime in Arcade, was sentenced to one year conditional discharge and $2,378.75 in restitution, which was paid in full. She was convicted of petit larceny.

Matthew Hadfield, who committed a crime in Middlebury, was sentenced on the conviction of driving while intoxicated, a Class E felony, to one to three years in prison with Shock recommendation, three years conditional discharge, and driver’s license revocation. Shock Incarceration Program is a six-month program that prepares young, nonviolent inmates for early parole release consideration. The program provides a schedule of rigorous physical activity, intensive regimentation, discipline, and drug rehabilitation. Hadfield was also convicted of aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle in the third degree and sentenced to an unconditional discharge.

John Pascarella, who committed a crime in Pike, was sentenced to five years probation, $655 restitution, and 150 hours of community service. An order of protection was also issued. He was convicted of burglary in the third degree, a Class D felony.

Matthew Kurtz, who committed a crime in Warsaw, pled guilty to attempted criminal sale of marijuana in the second degree, a Class E felony. Sentencing is scheduled June 29. An order of protection was also issued.

Brandon McCoy, who committed a crime in Warsaw, was arraigned on two violations of probation. The case has been adjourned to April 13 for a hearing. He is held without bail in the Wyoming County Jail.

James Otis, who committed a crime in Warsaw, pled guilty to criminal contempt in the first degree, a Class E felony. An order of protection has been issued and bail was set at $25,000 cash or $50,000 bond. Sentencing is scheduled June 22.

The following are from State Correctional Facilities in Attica who were in court before Mohun April 6 and 7.

Alexander Drake had his case adjourned to April 27 for a hearing.

Angel Cruz failed to appear. The case has been adjourned to April 27.

Chester Jones pled guilty to attempted promoting prison contraband in the first degree, a Class E felony as a second felony offender. Sentencing is scheduled June 21.

Monday, April 10, 2017 at 1:33 pm

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Tyler Mummery, 20, of Arcade, was charged April 8 with driving while ability impaired by drugs, unlawful possession of marijuana, uninspected motor vehicle, and broken windshield. Mummery was stopped on Route 39, Arcade, for an alleged broken windshield and expired inspection. During the stop, deputies administered a field sobriety test and say he failed and was subsequently arrested. Additionally, deputies say marijuana was recovered from his vehicle. Mummery submitted to a drug influence evaluation where a Wyoming County Drug Recognition Expert determined him to be impaired by marijuana. He is due in the Town of Arcade Court at a later date.

Jessica Rodriguez, 39, of Pike, was charged April 3 with unsafe backing and aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle in the third degree. Deputies say Rodriguez accidentally backed into a vehicle that was parked behind her on Center Street in the Village of Perry. During the investigation, it was allegedly found that her license was suspended for failure to answer a summons. No injuries were caused by the accident. She is due in the Village of Perry Court at a later date.

Timothy Woods, 52, of Warsaw, was charged April 5 with driving while intoxicated following a one-car accident on Chaffee Road, Java. Deputies say Wood was traveling east on Chaffee Road when he swerved to miss a deer, left the road and struck a tree. He was taken to ECMC, Buffalo, by Strykersville Ambulance and treated for minor injuries. He is due in the Town of Java Court at a later date.

Laycee K. Wilson, 29, of Gainesville, was charged April 9 with driving while ability impaired by drugs, driving while ability impaired by the combined influence of drugs, inadequate lights, criminal possession of a controlled substance in the seventh degree, and criminal possession of a hypodermic instrument. Wilson was stopped on North Main Street, Warsaw, for having a headlamp out on her vehicle. During the stop, deputies say she was found to be in possession of multiple glassine bags containing heroin, and three hypodermic syringes. Additionally, she is accused of failing standardized field sobriety testing. She was arrested and taken to the Wyoming County Sheriff’s Office. A Drug Recognition Expert evaluated Wilson and determined her to be impaired by narcotic analgesics (pain medication) and marijuana. She is due in the Village of Warsaw Court May 8.

Kailee R. Phillips, 27, of Lancaster, was charged April 8 with improper signal and aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle in the second degree. Phillips was stopped on Exchange Road, Attica, after allegedly signaling the wrong direction for a turn. During the stop. deputies found her to have five active suspensions on her New York State driver’s license. She was put in Wyoming County Jail in lieu of $1,000 cash bail or $2,000 bond. She is due in court today.

Friday, April 7, 2017 at 12:03 pm
posted by Julia Ferrini in Wyoming County, crime, Perry.
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      Ashley King

Ashley King, no age provided, of Dansville, was charged April 3 with: aggravated unlicensed operator of a motor vehicle in the first degree, a Class E felony; unlicensed operator of a motor vehicle; and driving while ability impaired by drugs. Perry Police received a call of a female passed out in a vehicle in the Rite Aid parking lot, North Center Street, Perry. Officers say they  were able to wake King, but became suspicious of possible drug activity. She was given a series of field sobriety tests, which she allegedly failed and was arrested for DWAI – drugs. King was taken to the Perry Police Department and evaluated by a Wyoming County Drug Recognition Expert, who determined she was under the influence of drugs. She was put in Wyoming County Jail in lieu of $1,000 cash bail.

Friday, April 7, 2017 at 10:48 am
posted by Julia Ferrini in Wyoming County, announcements, Perry.

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Varsity team members include:

Back row, left to right: Chelsea Pascoe, Rachel Evans, Diana Chisholm, Jessica Kelly, Madeleine Goulet, Coach Courtney Kingston, Coach Nicole Kingston

Front row, left to right: Sydney Bell, Elizabeth Peila, Marisa Hare

Missing: Emily Szwaskowski 

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Junior Varsity team members include: 

Back row, left to right: Coach JP Jaques, Coach John Koronas, Autumn Milhollen, Bailey Fisher, Camber Kenyon, Maddi Hnat, Leah Dauber

Front row, left to right: Manager Natalie Jaques, Nelly Koronas, Abby Bucknam, Lily Jaques, Heather Beals

Missing: Elizabeth Yang and Mattea Wooster 

The Perry Girls Basketball JV and Varsity teams had their banquet at the Charcoal Corral April 2.

The varsity team was recognized as a scholar athlete team. 

Information and photos submitted

 

 

 

Thursday, April 6, 2017 at 12:25 pm
posted by Julia Ferrini in Wyoming County, crime, news, Warsaw, Perry, Gainesville.

Curtis Washington II, 35, of Buffalo, was arrested March 31 on a warrant issued by the Village of Warsaw Justice Court for failure to pay a fine. Washington was located in the City of Buffalo and returned to the Village court. He was released to the Probation Department.

Dakota Hendrickson, no age provided, of Gainesville, was charged April 5 with aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle in the third degree, unlicensed operator of a motor vehicle, and a traffic infraction. Hendrickson was stopped on Lincoln Avenue in the Village of Perry. He was released on his own recognizance.

Jonathan Bucknam, 36, of Perry, was charged April 5 with aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle in the second degree and unlicensed operator of a motor vehicle. Bucknam was stopped on South Main Street in the Village of Perry. After running a license check, deputies say his license has been suspended since 2005 – five suspensions on three dates. He was put in Wyoming County Jail in lieu of $2,500 cash bail.

Cory Dahl, no age provided, of Medina, was charged April 4 with aggravated harassment in the second degree. Dahl is accused of sending threatening messages to a village residence. He was picked up by the Medina Police Department on a warrant out of the Village of Perry. He was released on his own recognizance. Additionally, an order of protection was issued for the victim. He is due in Perry Village Court at a later date.

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