Law and Order: Police break up alleged Halloween underage drinking party on Jackson Street
Jerry J. Jordan Jr., 19, of Batavia Stafford Townline Road, Batavia, is charged with obstruction of governmental administration, harassment, 2nd, and unlawful possession of alcohol under age 21. Patrols responded to 156 Jackson St., Batavia, at 1 a.m., Saturday, on a complaint of an underage drinking party in progress. When police arrived, occupants of the house locked the door. Officers determined that the occupants were gathering behind the front door with a plan to rush the officers. Jordan was allegedly the first person through the door when it opened. He was carrying a large speaker that he allegedly used to pushed into the first officer he encountered. Several other individuals were arrested. Deputies and troopers assisted at the scene. Supplemental Information Not in the Press Release: The property is owned by James Pontillo. The property has been condemned. Pontillo said as many as 80 people were gathered in the living room at one time, causing a floor joist to break.
- Philbert Prince Williams, 20, of Jackson Street, Batavia, is charged with providing alcohol to a minor, endangering the welfare of a child and unlawful possession of marijuana.
- Demetri C. Stewart, 21, of Jackson Street, Batavia, is charged with giving/selling alcohol to a person under age 21 and acting in a manner injurious to a child.
- Didier A. Antoine, 20, of Jackson Street, Batavia, is charged with giving/selling alcohol to a person under age 21 and acting in a manner injurious to a child.
- Terrence Brown, 20, of Jackson Street, Batavia, is charged with giving/selling alcohol to a person under age 21, acting in a manner injurious to a child, and unlawful possession of alcohol under age 21.
- Jason A. Perry-Murray, 20, of Jackson Street, Batavia, is charged with providing alcohol to a minor and endangering the welfare of a child.
- Tavid C. McIntosh, 19, of Jackson Street, Batavia, is charged with giving/selling alcohol to a person under age 21, acting in a manner injurious to a child, and unlawful possession of alcohol under age 21.
- Naquil T. Jones, 22, of Jackson Street, Batavia, is charged with giving/selling alcohol to a person under age 21 and acting in a manner injurious to a child.
Maleak H. Green, 21, of Bank Street, Batavia, is charged with rape, 3rd, and endangering the welfare of a child. Green was arrested following an investigation into an alleged incident at 2:15 p.m., Aug. 7. No further details released. Green is being held in the Genesee County Jail on an unrelated charge.
Kimberly M. Douglas, 32, of Hutchins Street, Batavia, is charged with criminal contempt, 2nd. Douglas is accused of violating an order of protection at 2:52 p.m., Friday, on Ross Street.
Jeffrey E. Williams, 30, of Westhigh Terrace, Rochester, was arrested on a warrant for alleged failure to appear on an aggravated unlicensed operation, 3rd, charge. Williams was jailed, no bail specified.
Marlon M. Chess Jr., 33, of Bergen Street, Rochester, is charged with unlawful possession of marijuana and aggravated unlicensed operation, 3rd. Chess was arrested following an investigation by Batavia PD at 1:08 p.m., Thursday, into a suspicious vehicle parked near the Verizon Store on Lewiston Road, Batavia.
Mark T. Zdrojewski, 61, of Meyer Road, Pendleton, is charged with three counts of issuing a bad check. Zdrojewski was arrested on a warrant for allegedly issuing bad checks in August in Batavia.
Terrance H. Riley, 26, of South Main Street, Batavia, is charged with harassment, 2nd, and resisting arrest. Riley was arrested after allegedly trying to fight another person while officers were present. He then allegedly resisted arrest. The incident was reported at 2:20 p.m., Wednesday, on South Main Street, Batavia.
Jeremy Allen Weatherbee, 45, of Roosevelt Avenue, Batavia, is charged with felony DWI (alcohol or drugs), aggravated unlicensed operation, 1st, leaving the scene of a property damage accident, driving on sidewalk, refusing to take breath test and failure to stop at stop sign. Weatherbee is accused of failing to stop for a stop sign at Pearl Street and Roosevelt Avenue at 1:14 a.m., Saturday. His car reportedly struck the south curb of Pearl Street, resulting in heavy damage to the front tires and rims of his vehicle. He then allegedly drove the vehicle with the damaged rims back to his residence on Roosevelt Avenue. Weatherbee was ordered held without bail.
Dustin J. Wilmet, 25, of Franklin Street, Batavia, is charged with DWI, driving with a BAC of .08 or higher, driving with an open container and aggravated unlicensed operation. Wilmet was arrested following an investigation at 2:12 a.m., Friday, by Sgt. Eric Bolles into a reported fight at a location on West Main Street, Batavia.
Nicholas Joseph Breau, 22, of Glenwood Drive, Clarence, is charged with aggravated unlicensed operation. Breau was stopped at 10:31 p.m., Friday, on Galloway Road, Batavia, by Deputy Joseph Corona for alleged traffic violations. Breau was also arrested on a warrant out of Amherst.
Chantalle Josephine Bessil, 19, of High Manor Drive, Henrietta, is charged with criminal possession of a weapon, 4th, and unlawful possession of marijuana. Deputies responded to a report of a burglary in progress at a location on Main Road, Corfu, at 12:59 p.m., Thursday, and during the investigation found that Bessil, a passenger in a vehicle at the scene, was in possession of a small amount of marijuana in a grinder and a baggie. She also allegedly had a stun gun in her purse.
Thomas E. Hensel, 31, and Tonya D. Smith, 29, both of Overlook Drive, Batavia, are charged with criminal possession of a controlled substance, 7th, and possession of a hypodermic instrument. Officer Micheal Lute, Corfu PD, responded to a complaint of a disturbance at 2 p.m., Wednesday, and upon arrival found a vehicle with a suspended registration. Upon further investigation, he found Hensel and Smith allegedly in possession of heroin and a needle. Hensel also charged with criminal trespass, 3rd, for allegedly breaking into a building in Corfu at 11 a.m., Oct. 5.
Barbara E. Ferrando, 43, of West Main Road, Corfu, is charged with criminal possession of marijuana. Ferrando was stopped for driving with an alleged suspended license at 9 p.m., Oct. 23, by Officer Michael Lute, Corfu PD. During an inventory of the vehicle's contents, a large bag of marijuana was allegedly found in the trunk.
William Gordon Schultz Sr., 40, of Evans Street, was arrested on a warrant for alleged failure to pay a fine. Schultz was arrested at his place of employment and arraigned in front of Judge Eric Adams. Schultz was released on his promise to pay the majority of the fine today and the balance on Nov. 12.
Lauren K. Pellegrino, 32, of Batavia, is charged with grand larceny, 4th. Pellegrino was arrested by State Police for allegedly stealing a credit card. The blotter entry is labeled "purse snatching." She was jailed on a bail amount that is not listed. The alleged incident is reported at 1:36 a.m., Sunday, in Oakfield. No further details released.
Some strange names at that party
I am so sick of hearing about these jerks hosting underage drinking parties. time for the providers of the booze to see some serious consequences.
Holy Quarterback Batman! There's been things other than high school football going on in Genesee county?
A lot of familiar names in the Police Blotter today. I must be traveling in the wrong circles.
I'm sick of the temperance style attitude towards alcohol. Unless these kids were going to be driving afterward, where is the harm?
Answer: There isn't any.
Sorry I didn't reply to your comment earlier, Peter. I was busy jotting down the hundreds of laws that these "kids" shouldn't follow anymore. But, they probably already have their own list, so it's wasted time on my part.
Just wondering exactly when you would suggest they start following the rules of our society. How about when they turn twenty-one? Better yet, let them ignore the laws 'til they're 25. Maybe they shouldn't be responsible for themselves until they get married, or have children. Great life lesson you suggest. And some people STILL can't figure why a lot (A LOT) of today's "kids" have little, or no, respect for authority. Why, I've actually heard there are places where you can steal stuff and punch cops - after all, they're just teenagers.
Don't like the laws? Change them. Otherwise, suffer the consequences of getting caught doing something you KNOW is unlawful. What consequences? Could be a fine, a police record, time behind bars, or, as some choose, become potting soil for someone's flower bed. Another of life's lessons.
Well peter how do you think these kids get money for their booze and drugs....breaking and entering. Cars, homes, businesses...you name it. So the kids who have died in college from binge drinking or related shenanigans really not important. You clearly do not have any teenagers.
LOL This reminds me of the buffalo incident that is currently before the courts. I heard yesterday that the lawyer for the 14yr old is saying that it's unconstitutional to try the kid as an adult. Since we are discussing making kids more responsible for their actions and IMHO tyring to teach them rules and limits. People with Peter's attitude are the ones sabotaging this whole thing by applying adult rules. Let's forget that they were drinking as underage or providing alcohol to underage kids.
They locked the door on the police and then organized to bum rush the police to keep from being arrested, the grabbed speakers and other stuff to fight off the police with. Is this how you want your children to act? Anyone who has the nerve to whine about the thuggish attitude of todays kids while trying to enable them by minimalizing things like is truly truly ignorant.
Back to the Buffalo thing, in reading the 14th amendment that they cite in complaints of trying youthful offenders as adults. Wouldn't it be something to see...the Judge decides to set precedent and eliminate youth court entirely. Try all youths in all crimes the same as adults. After all isn't this the same variation of the argument people used when they wanted to apply the elder abuse law on Jaquetta? Its not fair, it's age discrimination.
People need to be very careful what they wish for and push to support. You might just get it.
It's actually Didier A. Antoine (Dee-Dee-AY)
pretty cool that most of the above posters never drank alcohol until they were of age. that is great and you deserve a pat on the back.....
we can be creative with these aweful law breakers and put them all in jail. this way we can create jobs for they will need to be supervised and fed.
kind of funny when you have an opinion that is not main stream and you get hammered by the Batavian Lynchmob.......... BTW kyle you never did tell me what LMAO means...... find some courage and say it.......
David you sit in front of a computer, if you can't look LMAO up then I can't help you either. Trying to imply that I lack courage to tell you is even funnier than the fact you don't know what it means.
As for the alcohol thing I think everyone here probably tried it when they were underage however we also knew the risk of getting caught by the police and what would happen as well. So your sarcasm is pretty much wasted.
As for people being "Hammered by the Batavian" I guess you havent yet realized that this forum isn't full of comments from the Batavian, but its the comments of it's readers. Someday you might make the distinction.
wow peter...you dropped the ball BIG TIME on that post
David, LMAO is an acronym for "laughing my ass off"(sorry if I offended anyone's sensibilities)
Kyle you heathen with your rotflyao. And to the folks whining about "oh like you never drank before you were of legal age crap". And when a drug thirsty 19 year old breaks into your home, carrying a hunting knife and destroys your property guess you will just chalk it up to a bad freaking day. Cool!
LOL Lori, I know. a 19yr old addict breaking into my home will have a VERY bad freaking day indeed.
80 people in the living room, breaking a joist... What harm could possibly happen in that situation?
Thank a lot Bud.....you ruined it. I was gonna tell him it stood for
Lightly Massaging Anal Openings
But you let the cat outta the bag :(
(I too apologize for any offense taken)
Lol @ breaking a joist. Oy.
I just don't understand the need to continuously make such a public display of these arrests. Obviously it's propagated by a nose problem within our community.