LIVINGSTON COUNTY – A Conesus man finds himself poised to go on trial twice in the next three months, after juggling multiple attorneys and a year of confusing deliberations motions in court. According to Livingston County Sheriff Thomas Dougherty, multiple investigations by the Sheriff’s Office have implicated him in a bizarre array of crimes related to repeatedly contacting, harassing, and trespassing against women.
Adam Bucci, 29, is currently on deck for two trials, one on November 12, 2014 and one on January 5, 2015. His charges range in severity from low-level violations to E class felonies, including multiple counts of Criminal Contempt in the First Degree, for allegedly contacting and harassing women who had orders of protection filed against him.
According to a June press release from Livingston County Sheriff Thomas Dougherty, Bucci allegedly broke into the protected woman’s home in May 2013, but it was difficult to arrest him because he had relocated to Florida. He was arrested when he applied to buy a firearm there, and brought back to Livingston County by Geneseo Police Officers.
Bucci is currently held in the Livingston County Jail on a whopping $100,000 bail.
PHOTO CAPTION: Adam Bucci’s mughsot. Photo courtesy of the LCSO.