Law and Order: Central Avenue resident accused of using gun in robbery and assault
Tyshon L. Taylor, 18, of Central Avenue, is charged with assault, 1st, robbery, 1st, unlawful possession of marijuana, and menacing, 2nd. Taylor allegedly pointed a handgun at another person while demanding property at a location on Central Avenue, Batavia, at 8:45 p.m., Friday. Taylor allegedly struck the individual in the head with the handgun and then punched the person. Eventually, Taylor took the property from the person. He allegedly possessed marijuana when arrested. A 16-year-old, whose name was withheld by police, was also arrested and charged with assault, 1st, and robbery, 1st.
Madalyn R. Muntz, 29 of Le Roy, is charged with grand larceny, 4th. Muntz, a former Walmart employee, is accused of stealing more than $1,500 in cash from November through February.
Nicole A. Mickey, 25, of Colonial Boulevard, Batavia, is charged with DWI and driving with a BAC of .08 or greater. Mickey was arrested following a complaint of a disturbance at her residence at 11:48 p.m., March 16. Mickey allegedly drove from that location to another location while intoxicated.
Erin Kathleen Hinrich, 34, of Bank Street, Batavia, was arrested on a warrant for alleged possession of a hypodermic instrument. Hinrich turned herself in to Batavia PD.
Richard J. Stack, 23, of Thomas Avenue, Batavia, is charged with harassment, 2nd. Stack is accused of throwing items at a woman and flipping her out of a chair during an argument. He was jailed on $750 bail.
Deborah E. Lamartina, 34, of Linnet Street, Rochester, is charged with two counts of criminal possession of a controlled substance, 7th, and criminal use of drug paraphernalia, 2nd. Lamartina was allegedly found in possession of heroin and cocaine while already in custody on unrelated charges. She was jailed without bail.
It's obvious Taylor hasn't learned anything. Just last July he was charged with Robbery 3rd, and plead guilty to petit larceny and criminal possession of a weapon 4th and was sent to jail for 9 months.
Or maybe he's just a thug that doesn't give a damn!!
Yeah, I saw that "elsewhere" Raymond, along with somebody questioning why he's not still in jail. I'm no mathematical wizard but I was able to figure out pretty easily that he's out amongst the public again in less than 9 months... but we all know how that "good behavior" thing works don't we? They behave REAL good when they're on the other side of those bars!
another transplant here to reek havoc in our city . Why is he here ? no job , no future , what brings him to Batavia ? If you can answer the question , then please pass the info on to police . There is something that is drawing thugs to Batavia . Is it the ease of benefits? The never ending handouts from good people turning into enablers ? The ease of ripping off trust worth local citizens ?
WHO KNOWS , BUT THERE IS A REASON FOR THE UPTICK OF CRIMES COMMITED BY TRANSPLANTS OF OUR NEIGHBORING CITYS .
WE COULD START WEEDING THEM OUT BY PULLING OVER CARS THAT DISOBEY NOISE ORDINACES . (ONE OUT OF TEN TIMES YOU WILL FIND DRUGS IN THE BASS BOOMING CARS) MOST LIKLY NOT REGISTERD TO THE DRIVER .
He actually is NOT a "transplant " here. He is from Batavia , grew up here and went to school here. Not by ANY means condoning what he has done, it is unthinkable. But the facts are he is not just picking Batavia to do his dirty work in. As much as we would all like to close our eyes and pretend that all of these rotten crimes are coming from the cities, that just is not true. Many of these kids and adults that are causing a black eye on our little city are actually 2nd or 3rd generation Batavians. Let's not just assume they are coming to our area from the big bad cities. They were raised right here.... Unfortunately that makes it even worse.
Ed, but for the fact that he plead to criminal possession of a weapon, the petit larceny would have only netted him a 6 month contemplation of dismissal, or conditional discharge for a 1st offense.