In an effort to keep village residents abreast of what his department is doing, Geneseo Police Chief Eric Osganian will occasionally provide a list of calls his officers recently responded to. Village officers responded to the following calls from Feb. 15 to 21. The report does not reflect all of the department’s activity during that time.

February 15

Responded to Livingston Health Services on East South Street for a medical issue.

Responded to the Walmart supercenter for a vehicle lockout.

Responded to Avon Road for a medical issue.

February 16

Responded to Center Street for a disabled vehicle.

Responded to the Noyes Urgent Care Facility for a medical issue.

Responded to the Highlands Apartments for a custody issue.

Responded to the South Hill Apartments for a welfare check.

Responded to Franklin Street for a vehicle lockout.

Responded to the Highlands Apartments for a welfare check.

Responded to Center Street for a medical issue.

February 17

Responded to East South Street for a welfare check.

Geneseo Police and Geneseo Fire responded to Lakeville Road for a fire alarm.

Responded to the Highlands Apartments for a child custody issue.

Responded to Avon Road for a welfare check.

Responded to Millenium Drive for a vehicle lockout.

Received a report of possible identity theft of a resident.

Responded to Lakeville Road for a possible robbery.

Arrested Jason Moon, 48, from Rochester on an arrest warrant for a petit larceny offense. Moon was arrested in Monroe County on several arrest warrants and transported back to Livingston County and turned over to the Centralized Arraignment Part.

Responded to Mary Jamison Drive for a disabled vehicle.

February 18

Responded to Tuscarora Avenue for a vehicle lockout.

Responded to Reservoir Road for a medical issue.

Responded to East South Street for an assist.

Responded to the Geneseo Heights Apartments for a medical issue.

Received a parking complaint on North Street.

February 19

Responded to Court Street for a large party complaint.

Responded to Lakeville Road for a burglar alarm.

Responded to the Walmart supercenter for a family trouble/domestic.

Received a fraudulent unemployment claim from a resident.

Received a fraudulent unemployment claim from a resident.

Responded to Main Street for a harassment complaint.

Responded to the 600 Country Lane Apartments for a possible telephone scam.

Responded to Avon Road for a disabled vehicle.

Responded to South Street for a vehicle lockout.

Responded to Court Street for a loud party with social distancing issues.

February 20

Responded to Main Street for a medical issue.

Responded to Stuyvesant Manor for a medical alarm.

Responded to the Ambassador Apartments for a vehicle lockout.

Responded to East South Street for a vehicle lockout.

Stopped a vehicle on Center Street and the driver, Eric Morris, 54, from Rochester was charged with driving while intoxicated, DWI greater than .08%, and fail to stop at a stop sign.

February 21

Responded to Avon Road for a welfare check.

Responded to Main Street for a large group of people being loud.

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