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Law and Order: Alleged parole absconder accused of giving false name to police

Benito A. Gay, 26, of Bank Street, Batavia, is charged with criminal impersonation, 2nd. Gay is accused of giving a false name to police in an attempt to hide his identity as an alleged parole absconder. Gay was jailed on a NYS Parole retainer.

Mckayla J. Kosiorek, 19, of Jackson Street, Batavia, is charged with unlawful possession of marijuana. Kosiorek allegedly possessed marijuana paraphernalia containing marijuana residue.

Alex Scott Dumbleton, 21, of Liberty Street, Batavia, is charged with two counts of criminal contempt, 1st. The day after being served an order of protection barring contact with two people, Dumbleton allegedly went to the residence of the protected parties.

Brian Eric Daggar, 28, Woodmill Drive, Holley, is charged with petit larceny. Dagger was arrested on a Town of Batavia warrant by the Monroe County Sheriff's Office during an investigation into an incident at the Walmart in Brockport.

Amanda Marie Webb, 25, of Colby Road, Darien, is charged with petit larceny and criminal possession of a forged instrument, 3rd. Webb was stopped for an alleged traffic infraction on Colby Road, Darien, and was found to have a warrant out of City Court for an alleged crime reported March 31 at 10 at Jefferson Square, Batavia.

Dave Olsen
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vocabulary builder word of the day: absconder.
Thank You

Plus dudes name is Ben Gay, can anyone blame him for trying to use a false one?

Ed Hartgrove
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You're right, Dave.

When the forger gave him the choice of fake ID, he should've chosen the one that said Ben Dover.

Heck, they might've even let him keep that one for future use.

david spaulding
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makes me sad that a 19 year old gets arrested for possession of marijuana residue.
a waste of taxpayer dollars and the courts time.
while it seems so petty to me, to a future employer of this person, it may not.
don't the police have the ability and authority to use discretion when they perform their duties?

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