GENESEO – The Geneseo Police Department has announced a campaign to help locate and apprehend people with outstanding arrest warrants.
Geneseo Police Chief Eric Osganian says that the Geneseo Police Department will release the names and photos of a few people wanted in Geneseo Town or Village Court every week, encouraging the community or the subjects themselves to report their whereabouts.
“We would like to resolve any of our arrest warrants as quickly as possible,” said Osganian. “If the warrant is not served right away, it can get buried and forgotten. We have some warrants stemming from charges like open container dating back to the nineties.”
The Livingston County Sheriff’s Office and Dansville Police Department frequently post arrest warrants and photos to their respective Facebook pages and notify the public if and when the subject is apprehended.
The Geneseo Police Department’s featured warrants for this week are Nathan May, 33, for Failure to Appear for an Assault arrest; Giovanni Mountzouros, 23, for a Violation of Probation Warrant; Laury Mitchell, 59, for Failure to Appear on a Petit Larceny arrest.
May was originally arrested in January 2015 after allegedly driving away from his girlfriend’s house after a physical altercation, taking their two-year-old son in common with him.
Mountzouros pled guilty in February 2015 to giving alcohol and marijuana to two 15 year-old girls at the Quality Inn in Geneseo while on probation for Attempted Forgery in the First Degree. He is already at the Livingston County Jail.
Geneseo Police ask anyone who believes that they have information on these subjects to call (585) 243-2420 Ext. 4.
Anyone who believes that they have an active warrant for their arrest is urged to call Geneseo Village Court at (585) 243-4530.