Unless otherwise noted, people listed below are innocent until proven guilty in court:

Avon Police

Nov. 15

Responded to Wadsworth Avenue for motor vehicle accident.

Nov. 16

Responded to Hal Bar Road for vehicle lockout.

Responded to Park Place for motor vehicle accident.

Nov. 17

Responded to the township to assist with welfare check.

Responded to Clinton Street for disorderly conduct complaint.

Responded to Wadsworth Avenue for suspicious person complaint.

Responded to West Main Street for noise complaint.

Responded to West Main Street for disorderly conduct complaint.

Nov. 18

Responded to East Main Street for welfare check.

Responded to Sackett Road for welfare check.

Responded to Spring Street for alarm.

Responded to Wadsworth Avenue for traffic complaint.

Responded to Genesee Street for civil issue.

Responded to Clinton Street for alarm.

Responded to West Main Street for alarm.

Nov. 19

Responded to Dream Valley Blvd. for motor vehicle accident.

Nov. 20

Responded to Dream Valley Blvd. for suspicious person complaint.

Responded to Carriage Lane for suspicious person complaint.

Responded to East Main Street for traffic complaint.

Responded to Linden Street for welfare check.

Geneseo Police

Nov. 15

Responded to Morgan View Drive for an alarm.

Responded to Noyes Urgent Care Facility for a motor vehicle accident.

Responded to Meadows Apartments for a report of a damaged sign.

Responded to Mavis Tire for a vehicle lockout.

Responded to Highlands Apartments for a harassment complaint.

Responded to Highlands Apartments to assist child protective services with an investigation.

Responded to Main Street for a delayed harassment complaint. Jeffrey Metzger, 68, from Gainesville was charged for harassment.

Responded to Chestnut Street for broken wine bottles.

Responded to Lakeville Road for found property.

Nov. 16

Responded to Highlands Apartments to assist child protective services with an investigation.

Responded to Lima Road for a report of an individual not acting right, walking on the sidewalk.

Responded to Highlands Apartments to assist child protective services with an investigation.

Responded to 7-11 Store for a customer that was upset that their ID wouldn’t scan to buy tobacco.

Responded to Highlands Apartments for a civil issue.

Responded to Lakeville Road for a complaint of an individual looking into vehicles.

Responded to Main Street for a welfare check of an individual screaming. The officer found an intoxicated individual.

Responded to Country Lane Apartments for a peacekeeper as one party obtained belongings from an apartment.

Responded to Country Lane Apartments for a report of a larceny of items from an apartment.

Responded to Highlands Apartments for a welfare check of an individual that may be intoxicated.

Nov. 17

Received a delayed complaint of a motor vehicle accident that occurred at the Walmart supercenter.

Responded to Walmart supercenter for a motor vehicle accident.

Geneseo Police and Geneseo Fire responded to Lakeville Road for the smell of natural gas.

Responded to Quality Inn for a vehicle lockout.

Responded to Center Street for a report of a suspicious male.

Responded to Geneseo Heights Apartments for a civil issue.

Nov. 18

Responded to Geneseo Heights Apartments for a welfare check from a 911 hang up call.

Responded to Country Lane Apartments for a motor vehicle accident.

Responded to Park Street for a suspicious vehicle.

Responded to Highlands Apartments for a peacekeeper.

Responded to Fox Run Apartments for a medical issue.

Responded to Main Street for a found property complaint.

Responded to Riverside Drive for a suspicious report of two people waving outside a window.

Responded to April Meadows Apartments for a welfare check from a 911 hang up call.

Responded to Highlands Apartments for a disorderly conduct complaint of tenants verbally fighting with each other.

Responded to April Meadows Apartments for a report of harassment of one tenant threatening another.

Responded to Highlands Apartments for a possible domestic with people yelling, arguing, and threatening each other.

Nov. 19

Responded to Lakeville Road for a domestic/customer issue. Celina Powell, 37, from Mt. Morris was charged with harassment in the second degree.

Responded to Main Street for a funeral escort.

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

Responded to Center Street for a full-size tractor trailer traveling on the inner Village street.

Responded to Byrne Dairy for a vehicle lockout.

Responded to the Highlands Apartments for a stolen property report.

Responded to East South Street for a motor vehicle accident.

Responded to Westhampton for a missing juvenile.

Nov. 20

Responded to Riverside Drive for people screaming at an individual.

Responded to April Meadows Apartments for a tenant issue.

Responded to Ward Place for a parking complaint.

Nov. 21

Responded to Geneseo Heights Apartments for a domestic.

Responded to Center Street for broken glass on the sidewalk.

Responded to Main Street for a disabled vehicle complaint of a tractor trailer unable to back up.

Responded to Highlands Apartments for a harassment complaint.

Responded to Walmart supercenter for a larceny complaint of an individual stealing merchandise. Stephanie Booth, 41, from Mount Morris was charged with petit larceny. She was also wanted by the Mount Morris Police Department.

Responded to Highlands Apartments for a child custody issue.

Responded to Millennium Drive for a welfare check from a 911 hang up call.

Livingston County Sheriff’s Office

Walter C. Graham, 30, of Rochester was charged Nov. 13 with second-degree aggravated unlicensed operation, operating without a license, and unregistered motor vehicle. He was issued an appearance ticket for Town of Livonia Court.

Daniel J. McIntyre, 26, of Avon was charged Nov. 12 with fourth-degree criminal mischief and petit larceny. He was issued an appearance ticket for Town of Avon Court.

Tammey L. Gibson, 59, of Nunda was charged Nov. 14 with second-degree burglary, petit larceny, and possession of burglar tools. Gibson was arraigned in Livingston County Centralized Arraignment Part and released on her own recognizance with a future date in Village of Nunda Court.

Kristy L. Rudney, 43, of Livonia was charged Nov. 15 with second-degree aggravated unlicensed operation, operating without a license, and speeding. She was issued an appearance ticket for Town of Lima Court.

Kimberly J. Warner, 36, of Springwater was charged Nov. 15 with misdemeanor driving while intoxicated, refusal of a screening test, resisting arrest, depositing refuse on or near a highway, and moving from a lane unsafely. She was arraigned in LC-CAP and released on her own recognizance. She will answer charges in Town of Sparta Court at a later date.

Jose E Santiago-Valentin, 28, of Mount Morris was charged Nov. 15 with second-degree aggravated unlicensed operation, operating without a license, and no or inadquate muffler. He was issued an appearance ticket for Town of Caledonia Court.

Ryan M. Arner, 36, of Avon was charged Nov. 17 with fourth-degree grand larceny, and fourth-degree criminal possession of a weapon. He was arraigned in LC-CAP and arraigned without bail. He will answer charges in Town of Avon Court.

James R. Aman Sr., 61, of Livonia was charged Nov. 16 with second-degree harassment. He was arraigned in LC-CAP and released on his own recognizance. He will answer charges in Town of Livonia Court.

Leon F. Mangine, 36, of Belmont was charged Nov. 17 with second-degree harassment. He was arraigned in LC-CAP and released on his own recognizance to answer charged in Town of West Sparta Court.

Nicholas T. Kurtz, 29, of Syracuse was charged with third-degree aggravated unlicensed operation, operating without a license, unregistered motor vehicle, improper plates, and operation/permit operation without financial security. He was issued an appearance ticket returnable to Town of Avon Court.

Taz J. Cain, 27, of Scio, was charged Nov. 17 with second-degree aggravated unlicensed operation, operating without a license, and uninspected motor vehicle. He was issued an appearance ticket returnable to Town of Avon Court.

State Police

BELFAST — A teacher from Livingston County was arrested Monday and charged with inappropriately touching children, state police said. Alex T. Minnick, 33, of Retsof, was charged with two counts of misdemeanor forcible touching and three counts of endangering the welfare of a child.

State police said a complaint was filed Nov. 1 that Minnick, an art teacher at Belfast Central School, had inappropriately touched a minor.

An investigation confirmed that and also found that Minnick had made inappropriate comments “while in a professional capacity,” troopers said.

Minnick was issued appearance tickets and released to appear at a later date in Belfast Town Court.

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