Law and Order: Burglary suspect accused of violating court order
Nicholas Adam Antonucci, 25, of Broadway Road, Alexander, is charged with criminal contempt, 2nd. Antonucci allegedly went to his estranged girlfriend's house and had contact with her in violation of a city court order of protection. Following arraignment in Pembroke Town Court, Antonucci posted $1,500 bail at the jail and was released. Antonucci is currently out of jail on a $50,000 bond posted in Wyoming County on burglary and grand larceny charges.
Daniel C. DiLaura, 38, of 32 Brooklyn Ave., Batavia, is charged with petit larceny. DiLaura was allegedly observed by employees at Tops Market placing two small items in his pockets. He then allegedly grabbed a case of beer and left the store without paying for the items.
Michael B. Rech, 41, of 28 Forest Meadows, Rochester, is charged with endangering the welfare of a child and harassment, 2nd. Rech is accused of pushing and knocking down another person while Rech was holding a 3-year-old child.
Kathryn Francis Rose Long, 17, of Mechanic Street, Byron, is charged with harassment. Long is accused of grabbing a youth worker after the youth worker took away Long's mobile phone. Long allegedly grabbed the worker's purse and attempted to take it from her. Long was jailed on $500 bail.
Please tell me there is more to the Long story?
There HAS to be more to the story, as there should be NO way a person should end up in jail for trying to do that which was just done to her...
That other person took something that belonged to Miss Long, and Miss Long attempted (unsuccessfully) to do the same thing to the other person.
Sounds to me like the wrong person ended up in the clink... At the worst, they should both be locked up, and Miss Long should be facing a lesser charge than the other one.
Our "legal system" makes less sense every day.
Okay Mike, there's more to the story.
"Michael B. Rech... charged with endangering the welfare of a child... while Rech was holding a three-year-old child..."
I'm sorry, but the legal system here is entirely insane sometimes... Yeah, maybe he pushed someone, but where is this supposed "endangerment"? He was HOLDING the kid in his arms, which is when a child is the safest...
If that child was in danger, that would have come from the OTHER adult, so (s)he should be the one charged...
Whatever happened to common sense?!?
John common sense seems to have gone where your impartiality is. If I am holding a three yr old child I dont go pushing and knocking down others. I avoid the confrontation as best I can. You dont think being the agressor while holding a child presents a danger to the child? If Rech was the one knocked down then I could see some validity to your argument. However your argument smacks of partiality.
You are assuming that Rech was the aggressor. I am actually QUITE impartial as the article doesn't specify what actually happened. Rech could very well have been trying to defend himself and the child. Therefore the write-up needs to be more clear! My point is that the child was evidently quite safe, as no injury was sustained...