Quantcast
Skip to main content

Law and Order: Keeney Road resident accused of grand larceny

James Joseph Argento, 36, of Keeney Road, Le Roy, is charged with grand larceny, 3rd. Argento allegedly stole property with an approximate value of $5,000 from a location on Keeney Road, Le Roy. Argento was jailed on $10,000 bail.

Arlin Joselin Reyes, 31, of Townsend Avenue, Bronx, is charged with harassment, 2nd. Reyes was arrested on a warrant out of Darien Town Court. The incident was reported at 5:30 a.m., Nov. 24. Reyes was arraigned on the charged, entered a guilty plea, paid his fines and was released.

Abraham Lyn Rendon-Matadamas, 31, of Lewiston Road, Alabama, is charged with assault, 3rd. Rendon-Matadamas allegedly struck another person in the face. The alleged victim was treated at Medina Hospital. Rendon-Matadamas was arraigned in Town of Alabama Court and released on his own recognizance. He was also handed an order of protection. 

Devon Michael Husted, 16, of Broadway Road, Alexander, is charged with criminal sale of marijuana, 5th, and unlawful possession of marijuana. Husted allegedly sold marijuana while at Darien Lake Theme Park.

Michael Anthony King Jr., 16, of Oakfield, is charged with first-degree sexual abuse and endangering the welfare of a child. King is accused of sexual contact with a child less than 11 years old. He was arraigned and released under supervision of Genesee Justice.

Derek G. Thomas, 37, of Bank Street, Batavia, is charged with endangering the welfare of a child and menacing, 3rd. Thomas was allegedly involved in an incident at 9:30 p.m. July 6 on Lewis Place. He is accused of shoving one person and threatening another. 

Alicia May Lyons, 34, of State Street, Batavia, is charged with petit larceny. Lyons is accused of wrapping several items in her coat while at Tops Market and then proceeding out of the store without paying for the items.

Thomas C. McJury, 48, of Brooklyn Avenue, Batavia, is charged with deteriorated roof covering. McJury was arrested on a City Court warrant stemming from an alleged property maintenance code violation. McJury posted bail and was released.

Emily N. Indovina, 19, of Erie Street, Mt. Morris, is charged with trespass. Indovina is accused of going to a residence she was advised not to visit by a Batavia PD officer the day before.

Konstantin Logvinsky, 28, of Middlesex Road, Rochester, is charged with aggravated unlicensed operation, 3rd. Logvinsky was arrested on a warrant, posted bail and was released.

Alexandria C. Pisarek, 21, of Oakfield, is charged with criminal possession of a controlled substance, 7th. Pisarek was arrested by State Police at 2:42 p.m. Saturday in the Town of Batavia on Route 33. No further details released.

Dominique D. Davis, 21, of Rochester, is charged with issuing a bad check. Davis was arrested by state police. No further details released.

Mark Potwora
mepot's picture
Offline
Joined: May 14 2008

Thomas C. McJury, 48, of Brooklyn Avenue, Batavia, is charged with deteriorated roof covering. McJury was arrested on a City Court warrant stemming from an alleged property maintenance code violation. McJury posted bail and was released.

I never knew you could be arrested for a bad roof...seems a little extreme..

Dave Olsen
daveo's picture
Offline
Joined: Oct 12 2008
Member

So if you can't afford to replace your roof, you go to jail? and if you can't afford bail either, you stay there. I'd call that extreme and wrong. And oh yeah I almost forgot, if you can't pay the taxes, the county takes your house too.

Gary Spencer
Gary Spencer's picture
Online
Joined: Feb 18 2009

No No No!
McJury is a roofer and put a crappy roof on somebody else's house!
(surprised it took so long before he got arrested for it!)

david spaulding
chunky's picture
Offline
Joined: Sep 12 2011

Dave, the county wants your house up to code before they take and sell it.

Beth Kinsley
ekinsley's picture
Offline
Joined: Aug 22 2008

Gary - are you sure? According to the property records, he owns a house on Brooklyn. The roof looks nice in the Google street view but it was 3 years ago.

Lincoln DeCoursey
decourl's picture
Offline
Joined: Nov 5 2008

deterioriated roof: jail
sexual contact with a child less than 11 years old: Genesee Justice

Dave Olsen
daveo's picture
Offline
Joined: Oct 12 2008
Member

It reads "McJury was arrested on a City Court warrant stemming from an alleged property maintenance code violation".

Ed Hartgrove
DeOldMan's picture
Offline
Joined: Dec 20 2012

Dave, I think the operative word here is 'stemming".
Let's say you hire someone to put a roof on your house. He finishes the job and moves on. A month later, you notice that the shingles have started to curl (which you believe is due to poor installation - or materials used).
So you attempt to have the roofer come back and fix the problem.
While you're waiting on the roofer, the city inspector comes by, sees the "bad" roof, ands gives you a violation (for not having a roof up to code). Afterall, the house belongs to you. When (or if) you go before the violation board, you can show them that you are trying to get the roofer to fix the problem, but the roofer has been 'ducking' you.
Eventually, the city arrests the roofer (on a warrant). And, that arrest 'stemmed' from a deteriorated roof.
No idea if that's what happened, but it could be just one scenario.

According to the article, we don't know whose house had the offending roof, only who was arrested because of it.
"The offending roof". - Now there's some words I never thought I'd be using!

Gary Spencer
Gary Spencer's picture
Online
Joined: Feb 18 2009

Beth, maybe I'm wrong, it did happen once!

Mark Potwora
mepot's picture
Offline
Joined: May 14 2008

How come the Mall roof leaks and is in disrepair and no one is arrested ?

Premium Drupal Themes