Law and Order: Driver gets vehicle stuck on lawn on Naramore Drive, charged with DWI
Weston J. Johnson, 24, of 173 Hollybrook Road, Brockport, is charged with DWI, failure to keep right and speed not reasonable and prudent. Johnson was reportedly driving northbound on Naramore Drive, Batavia, at 2:36 a.m., Sunday, when he failed to safely negotiate a curve in the roadway. Johnson's vehicle crossed the south shoulder of the roadway and became stuck in the lawn of a residence. Upon further investigation by Officer Darryle Streeter and Sgt. Dan Coffey, Johnson was found to be allegedly driving drunk. He was jailed on $500 bail.
Sarah E. Gioia, 20, of 9 Pringle Ave., upper, is charged with harassment, 2nd. Gioia allegedly threatened another person with physical injury while at Tops at 8:50 p.m., Friday.
Mark D. Tomaszewski, 50, of 4 Franklin Ave., Le Roy, is charged with DWI, driving with a BAC of .18 or greater, consumption of alcohol in a motor vehicle and failure to use a turn signal. Tomaszewski was stopped Saturday by Le Roy PD for alleged traffic violation.
Traci Kiniko Jones, 18, of Thomas Avenue, Batavia, is charged with trespass. Jones was allegedly at College Village after being banned from the property.
Amanda Jane Slack, 25, of Strouts Road, Elba, is charged with petit larceny. Slack is accused of stealing $248.57 of merchandise from Walmart.
Bradley Richardson Hanpeter, 26, of Kiwassa Road, Saranac, is charged with criminal possession of a controlled substance and possesion of a controlled substance not in original container. Hanpeter was stopped for an alleged traffic infraction at 6:15 p.m. Friday on Route 77, Pembroke, by Deputy Patrict Reeves. Hanpeter was also allegedly driving on a suspended driver's license.
Aboubaker Thiam, 18, of Bank Street, Batavia, is charged with criminal trespass, 3rd. Thiam was allegedly at College Village after being banned from the property.
David B. Marsceill, 35, of Elba, is charged with menacing, 2nd, criminal mischief and criminal contempt, 1st. Marsceill was arrested by State Police on Old Ford Road, Elba, on charges related to an incident reported at 2:30 p.m. Saturday in the Village of Elba. Marsceill was held without bail. No further details released.
Hector G. Riguard, 31, of Rochester, is charged with DWI and driving with a BAC of .08 or greater. Riguard was stopped at 2:09 a.m. Sunday at Main and Lewiston, City of Batavia, by State Police.
State Police have released the names of the drivers involved in Friday's accident on Route 98, Alexander. The driver of the northbound sedan was Tianshu Liu, 25, of Rochester, and the driver of the southbound vehicle was Mary B. Meides, 45, of Darien. The name of Liu's passenger was not released. No charges are listed in the blotter item.
I can see a facial recognition system and BAC breathalyzer installed in every vehicle in the not so distant future.
Seems to me that the .08% BAC might be somewhat low. Are we actually drunk, and not in control after our second beer?? I know better. It would appear after reading all these "law and Order" write ups each day, that a lot of folks are being pulled over and accused of DWI when they did little or nothing wrong. Pull overs seem fabricated in some instances reported in he Batavian and other news print. Get patrols out on the road, and get the drunks off the road !! Don't sit outside McDonalds and wait for some poor citizen not to turn on their directional. Or cross the center line. The excuse most commonly used. I was actually told by a deputy sheriff that I was too close to the center line. I was going to work at 1:00 am and was pulled over for no reason what so ever. When was it illegal to be too close to the center line? He did apologize and we drove off. Stop the silliness, raise the BAC back to .10.
Hey with all the discussion about the war on drugs. As well as how its just a money grab.... I just had to share this blast from the past I think this even pre-dates the war on drugs. But hey its history and I found it while researching some stuff enjoy.
I looked up the mugshot of David Bowie taken in Rochester in 1976 when he was on a world tour. I went to see him in San Diego and it was a real let-down. He was at least an hour late, played for 45 minutes and left abruptly without doing an encore. It was one of my all-time least favorite concerts.
His concert included footage of a black and white avant garde foreign film, I believe by Luis Bunuel. In it, a nicely dressed young lady is sitting in a chair and a man casually comes up to her and without hesitation or struggle, slits one of her eyeballs open horizontally and the cytoplasm or whatever it is splurts out in a little bulge. Real close up, too. In another scene, a hole in a man's hand becomes a portal for army ants that coming crawling out of it, en masse.
I wish I had never seen that stuff. But I still like David Bowie, just not that tour.
Did you read the article too Billie thats the stuff I love to stumble over every now and then.