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 July 20 to 26. The report does not reflect all of the department’s activity during that time.

Activity Report

Geneseo Police Department

July 20

Responded to the Walmart supercenter for a welfare check.

Responded to a business on Lakeville Road for a possible larceny investigation.

Responded to 600 Country Lane for a fraud complaint.

Responded to Stuyvesant Manor for a medical issue.

Responded to Livingston Street for a medical issue.

Responded to Seneca Avenue for a state Department of Environmental Conservation issue related to a storm drain.

Responded to the Country Lane Apartments for an animal issue.

July 21

Responded to the Walmart supercenter for a vehicle lockout.

Responded to the Highlands Apartments for a domestic.

Responded to Center Street for an animal complaint.

Responded to Main Street for a welfare check.

Responded to the Walmart supercenter for a motor vehicle accident.

Responded to Crossett Road for a disabled vehicle.

July 22

Responded to the April Meadows Apartments for a harassment complaint.

Responded to Main Street for a funeral escort.

Responded to Avon Road for a traffic complaint.

Responded to Main Street for a disorderly conduct complaint.

Responded to the Highlands Apartments for a welfare check.

Responded to a business on Lakeville Road for a welfare check.

Responded to the Fox Run Apartments for a medical issue.

July 23

Geneseo Police and Geneseo Fire departments responded to the New York State Armory for a fire alarm.

Responded to East South Street for a vehicle lockout.

Received a report of a telephone scam from a resident.

Stopped a vehicle on South Street and during the course of the traffic stop located a small amount of marijhauna.

Responded to the Clayton Heights Apartments for a medical issue.

July 24

Responded to a business on Main Street for a hold-up alarm.

Responded to a business on Lakeville Road for a panic alarm.

Responded to the Walmart supercenter for a motor vehicle accident.

Received a complaint of a harassment and a civil issue occurring at the Skybird Landing Apartments.

Responded to the Walmart supercenter for a vehicle lockout.

Responded to the Walmart supercenter for a criminal mischief investigation.

Responded to the Highlands Apartments for a possible harassment complaint.

Responded to the Country Lane Apartments for a medical issue.

July 25

Stopped a vehicle on Mustang Circle and charged Robert Hyde, 49, with felony driving while intoxicated, felony aggravated unlicensed operation, operating without an ignition interlock device, refusal to take a breath test, failure to signal, and unlicensed operation. It is alleged that Hyde was intoxicated, had prior DWI convictions in the past 10 years making this arrest a felony, and is on parole. He was transported to Livingston County Centralized Arraignment Part at Livingston County Jail for arraignment.

Responded to the Country Lane Apartments for an animal complaint, as well as a loud noise complaint.

Responded to Main Street for a paper service.

July 26

Responded to 600 Country Lane for a medical issue.

Responded to a business on Lakeville Road for a vehicle lockout.

Responded to the Country Lane Apartments for an animal complaint.

Responded to Lakeville Road for a welfare check.

Restopped a vehicle on Main Street and the driver, Carly Vanaodorp, 25, from Burlington, Vt., was charged with aggravated unlicensed operation and failure to stop at a stop sign.

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