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Police Beat: 75 reportedly stolen Darien Lake passes recovered

Anthony Vincent Aidrich, 33, of Kirkpatrick Street, Syracuse, is charged with criminal possession of stolen property. Aidrich is accused of possessing 75 stolen Darien Lake passes. Aidrich was allegedly found with the passes while trying to enter the theme park using an allegedly stolen pass. He was jailed on $10,000 bail or $20,000 bond.

Stephanie Ruth Cotton, 34, of 6319 Mechanic Road, Byron, is charged with a violation of probation. Cotton is accused of missing a probation appointment and failure to appear for sentencing in Genesee County Court. Cotton was arrested at 11:05 a.m., Friday, and was allegedly found hiding in her attic under insulation.

Jacob A. Staskiewicz, 24, of Batavia, is charged with DWI, driving with a BAC of .18 or greater, failure to keep right and moving from lane unsafely. Staskiewicz was stopped at 2:26 a.m., Saturday, on Railroad Avenue, where his car allegedly hit a guardrail, by Deputy Kevin McCarthy.

Anthony V. Firman, 21, of 82 Gilbert St., Le Roy, is charged with criminal contempt, 2nd. Firman is accused of violating conditions of probation. He was jailed on $2,500 bail.

Tim Christopher Fox, 41, of Drake Street, Oakfield, is charged with two counts of harassment, 2nd, and two counts of endangering the welfare of a child. Fox allegedly pushed another person during an argument. He then allegedly fell on two children while being restrained.

Lance A. Mercado, 20, of 110 Bank St., Batavia and Jeanne D. Fuller, 23, of 399 Manitou Road, Hilton, are each charged with harassment, 2nd. A friend filed charges against Mercado and Fuller, accusing Mercado of pushing him and Fuller attempting to hit him.

Sara J. Falker, 22, of 41 Maple St., Batavia, is charged with endangering the welfare of a child. Falker is accused of leaving her 2-year-old child unsupervised while at home with the child and of maintaining less than favorable living conditions.

Robert M. Freeman, 18, of 285 East Avenue, Batavia, is charged with criminal mischief, 4th. Freeman is accused of egging a car on May 28, causing damage to the paint.

Joseph P. Urtel, 32, of 19 Pringle Ave., is charged with criminal mischief, 3rd. Urtel is accused of damaging the laptop of a female friend. Urtel was jailed without bail.

Lincoln DeCoursey
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Joined: Nov 5 2008
I wonder what circumstances prompt a man to be jailed without bail over damage to a laptop.
Jacob Bell
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Joined: Apr 29 2009
Damage to the paint? I know for a FACT that eggs do not damage paint UNLESS you leave them sitting on the car in the cold. Me and my friends have egged eachother cars several times, kind of a car war between eachother, and not ONE of us has had damage to the car. Heck, even honey and caramel syrup didnt damage my friends car. So my guess is this person either used the wrong cleaning product or went through the touch free carwash, which doesnt work, and waxed over the egg. Soap and water takes off eggs EASY
Bea McManis
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A car war by mutual consent is different than coming out and finding your car egged. While it may seem trivial, by your standards, it is damaging private property.
Gabor Deutsch
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Joined: May 24 2008
I have seen dried egg damage the paint of someones car. http://www.ehow.com/how_155871_wash-egg-car.html
Liz Fuchs
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Joined: Oct 21 2009
What the hell is going on with our parents. Young and old? All of them leaving children in houses by themselves. I hope she didn't get arrested simply because she went outside.
Jacob Bell
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Joined: Apr 29 2009
The point of my comment is eggs dont damage the car unless you leave it on there for a long time. Ive never had trouble washing it off so she must have somthing wrong
Teddy Ruxpin
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Joined: Jun 24 2008
Joe Urtel...always up to something! LOL
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