Judge Locks Up Geneseo’s Serial Keg Burglar

LIVINGSTON COUNTY – The Village's keg burglar is going back to prison for stealing thousands of dollars in empty kegs. Michael Willey, 31, pled guilty to four counts of felony Burglary in the Second degree. Livingston County Judge Robert Wiggins sentenced him to 7 years in prison and 5 years of post-release supervision. The Geneseo Police Department arrested Willey in November 2016 on two counts of burglary believing that he entered … [Read more...]

Conesus Parolee Back in Jail for Strangling Protected Person

LIVINGSTON COUNTY – A Conesus man is held at the Livingston County Jail on new charges alleging that he again violated an order of protection. According to a press release from Livingston County Sheriff Thomas Dougherty, Adam Bucci, 31, was arrested for felony Aggravated Criminal Contempt, felony Strangulation, misdemeanor Criminal Contempt in the Second Degree and Harassment in the Second Degree, which is a violation. Bucci's cases began … [Read more...]

Estranged Dansville Wife Goes to Prison for Violating Car Attack Deal

LIVINGSTON COUNTY – A judge once again sentenced the Dansville woman who served six months in jail for trying to run over her husband. This time, the sentence is to state prison. County Court Judge Robert Wiggins sentenced Lois Mark, 53, to 1 to 3 years in prison for a Violation of Probation over her tearful request to stay in local jail. She admits that less than a week after she finished her 6 months at the Livingston County Jail for felony … [Read more...]

Mount Morris Teen Goes to Prison for Torching Old House

LIVINGSTON COUNTY – A County Court Judge sentenced a Mount Morris teenager to prison for burning a vacant house with the help of a 14-year-old. Judge Dennis Cohen sentenced Alex Gross, 18, to 2 to 6 years in prison for felony Attempted Arson in the Third Degree. Gross is eligible to serve 6 months in Shock camp, a military-style prison boot camp, but will not have his record sealed as a Youthful Offender (Y/O). "You have a prior Y/O. I'm … [Read more...]

Over 40 Cops Watch Judge Send Lima Trooper’s Attacker to Prison

LIVINGSTON COUNTY – Over 40 police officers and members of the legal community watched as a County Court Judge sentenced a man to prison for brutally beating and injuring a New York State Trooper in the spring of 2016. Judge Robert Wiggins sentenced Tyshawn Jones, 20, of Brooklyn, the man who viciously attacked and injured young Trooper Robert Hoyt on the side of Rte. 5 and 20 in April 2016, to 5 years in state prison and 3 years of … [Read more...]

Dad and Son C.O.’s Save Inmate from Heroin Overdose at Groveland

GROVELAND – A father-son team of corrections officers at Groveland Correctional Facility is credited with potentially saving the life of an inmate overdosing on heroin. NYS Corrections Officers & Police Benevolent Association (NYSCOPBA) commended the actions of corrections officers (C.O.'s) Kenneth and Brandon Poddany actions in a press release. “I am extremely proud of our two members from Groveland Correctional Facility and their … [Read more...]

DA Offers 7 Years in Prison for Striking Pedestrian

LIVINGSTON COUNTY – The Livingston County District Attorney's Office has extended a plea offer to the parolee who was arrested in May for allegedly striking and seriously injuring a pedestrian. Greg Walsh, 25, is charged with felony Vehicular Assault in the First Degree, felony Assault in the Second Degree, misdemeanor DWAI Drugs, DWAI Combination of Drugs and Alcohol, and Failure to Maintain Lane, a violation. District Attorney Greg … [Read more...]

Livonia Man Proves Mohawk Heritage to Keep Hair in Prison

LIVINGSTON COUNTY – A Livonia man has proved his Native American heritage in court so that he can keep his long hair in prison. Gabrail Martinez Moses, 49, was sentenced to 2 to 4 years in prison for felony Criminal Possession of a Weapon in the Third Degree. His attorney, Jeannie Michalski, requested that the judge allow him to keep his long hair for religious reasons. "Mr. Moses is of Mohawk heritage, of the Turtle Clan," said Michalski. … [Read more...]

Cuban Credit Card Hustler Caught in Livonia Likely to be Deported

LIVINGSTON COUNTY – A Cuban citizen who cloned numerous credit cards as part of a scheme believed to have extended along the entire east coast is likely to be deported after a judge sentenced him to prison for felony identity theft on Thursday. Juan Pablo Cosio Aguila, 26, was sentenced to 1 to 3 years in state prison for felony Identity Theft in the First Degree. Judge Dennis Cohen told Aguila that he will likely be deported as a result of … [Read more...]

One of Drug Task Force’s ‘Top Targets’ Heads to Prison

LIVINGSTON COUNTY – A Nunda man who the Livingston County District Attorney calls one of the Drug Task Force's top targets was sentenced to prison Tuesday morning. Devin Wilkins, 38, was sentenced to 7 years in prison for three counts of Criminal Sale of a Controlled Substance in the Third Degree and three counts of Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance in the Third Degree for selling cocaine in Nunda. District Attorney Greg McCaffrey … [Read more...]