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Wyoming County Sheriff's Blotter

3/4/20- A Wyoming County Sheriff’s Office Deputy checked on a suspicious vehicle parked in the parking lot of Pioneer Propane located on Route 39 in the Town of Pike.  The driver of the vehicle, Daniel L Garwood, 42, Fillmore, was found to have a revoked New York State driver’s license. Garwood has been revoked since April of 2000 for DWI. It was also found that Garwood had multiple suspensions on his license. Garwood was placed under arrest and charged with Aggravated Unlicensed Operation in the 2nd degree, Aggravated Unlicensed Operation in the 3rd degree, and Unlicensed Operator. Garwood was released with an appearance ticket and is to appear in Pike Town Court on 03/10/2020 to answer to the charges.  

3/4/20- Two people were arrested following a traffic stop on State Route 246 in the Town of Covington.  A 2012 Ford Fusion was observed by law enforcement stopped in the middle of the driving lane on Court Road by Silver Lake Road.  Two subjects exited the vehicle, allegedly switched seats, and then continued driving on Court Road.  Police followed the vehicle and observed as the vehicle was driving entirely on the left-hand side of the roadway.  A traffic stop was conducted on State Route 246 in the Town of Covington where it was determined a 17-year-old female had driven the vehicle from Batavia, NY to Court Road, and Nashiem R. Harris, 21 of Batavia, had then driven the vehicle from Court Road to the scene of the traffic stop.  The odor of burned marihuana was allegedly detected, and a partially smoked marihuana blunt was located in the center console during a subsequent vehicle search.  Both drivers performed poorly on field sobriety testing and were then evaluated by a Certified Drug Recognition Expert at the Wyoming County Sheriff’s Office.  Both were determined to be impaired by the use of drugs.  Nashiem R. Harris was charged with Driving While Ability Impaired by Drugs, Unlawful Possession of Marihuana in the Second Degree, and Failed to Keep Right.  The 17-year-old female, who will remain nameless due to her age, was charged with Driving While Ability Impaired by Drugs, Unlawful Possession of Marihuana in the Second Degree, and Stopped on Pavement.  Both were issued appearance tickets to appear in the Town of Covington Court on March 16, 2020 to answer the charges, and they were released to a sober third party.

3/1/20- The Wyoming County Sheriff’s Office is seeking information to try and identify the operator of a snowmobile operator who was riding with a group around noon on Sunday – March 1st, 2020 near Hiram Road in the Town of Arcade.  An older Tri County Drift Hoppers Snowmobile Club member was working on snowmobile trail C-3 in a FLOODED AREA located between Hiram Road and Cadwell Road.  A group of 4-5 snowmobiles approached from the Bliss area and had modified exhaust systems on their snowmobiles which area illegal and upset many landowners because of the loud noise they make.  The club member advised the leader of this group with this information who became upset and then began to assault the club member causing injuries.   A farmer on his tractor working in a field near the trail observed the assault and ran to assist.   The group of snowmobilers then left the scene heading towards Arcade.   The operator is described as a larger white male wearing a black full faced helmet and was operating mid 2000’s yellow and black Ski Doo Rev with a “can” exhaust muffler.  Anyone with information is asked to contact Wyoming County Sheriff’s Office Investigator Anderson at 585-786-8989.  

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