GENESEO – A man was arrested on Thursday for allegedly riding in a car with his girlfriend, who had an order of protection filed against him, and then giving a false name and date of birth to officers.
According to a press release from Geneseo Police Chief Eric Osganian, Officer Phillip Bauers arrested Timothy Turner, 54, of Rochester for Criminal Contempt in the Second Degree and False Personation on Mount Morris Road.
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Reports are that Officer Bauers stopped a motor vehicle for speeding and found that Turner was a passenger in the vehicle, with his girlfriend driving.
Turner then allegedly gave the officer a false name and date of birth, to avoid detection.
Chief Osganian said that the order of protection had been put in place because of a previous domestic issue.
Turner was arraigned in front of Geneseo Justice Thomas Bushnell and remanded to the Livingston County Jail on $250 cash or $500 bond.
PHOTO CAPTION: Timothy Turner. (Photo/Geneseo Police Department)