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Law and Order: Tennesee couple allegedly caught in the woods off Park Road making meth

Ricky A. Leach Jr. Jessica M. Ring

Ricky A. Leach Jr., 33, and Jessica M. Ring, 28, both of 1605 Green Circle, Goodletsville, Tenn., are charged with criminal possession of the precursors for methamphetamine and making methamphetamine. State Police responded to the wooded area near Target after receiving a report of suspicious activity. Leach and Ring were allegedly caught in the act of making meth. Both were jailed on $10,000 bail each.

Kiernan William Kinney, 24, of Woodstock Gardens, Batavia, is charged with sexual abuse, 1st. Kinney is accused of subjecting a 21-year-old woman to forced sexual contact.

Juan A. Roman, 36, of 17 Elm St., Batavia, is charged with harassment, 2nd, and unlawful possession of marijuana. Roman is accused of head butting another person during an alleged incident at 2 p.m. Wednesday on Walnut Street, Batavia.

Michael D. Snyder, 41, of 13 1/2 Union St., Le Roy, is charged with petit larceny. Also charged, Edward T. Lette Jr., 43, of 3827 W. Main St., Batavia. Snyder and Lette are accused of stealing two 30-packs of beer from Tops. The suspects reportedly fled the store on bicycles and were apprehended minutes later by state troopers and Batavia PD officers.

Rachell Onie Soggs, 25, of West Main Road, Batavia, is charged with petit larceny. Soggs is accused of stealing $28.74 in merchandise from Walmart on Aug. 17. Soggs reportedly left the store before she could be located by authorities. Soggs was also arrested on charges of falsifying business records and criminal possession of stolen property. Soggs allegedly tried to sell stolen property at a local business.

Harold Laverne Howard, 41, of Alleghany Road, Basom, is charged with DWI, refusal to take breath test, speeding (73 mph in a 45 mph zone), failure to stop for stop sign and no plate lamp. Howard was stopped at 2:37 a.m. on Route 77, Basom, by Deputy Joseph Corona.

Latoya D. Jackson, 27, of 209 Liberty St., Batavia, is charged with criminal possession of a weapon with intent to use a weapon and harassment, 2nd. These are additional charges stemming from an alleged incident Aug. 19 in which Jackson allegedly cut two people with a knife.

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Thats just excellent. Of all the places you could possibly engage in the process of making meth, I would think across from the dispatch center is not the best plan. But thats just me.

Gary Spencer
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Mat,
They are from Tennesee, nuff said!

Jason Crater
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I'm amazed at how frequently people are arrested for headbutting others. Use your head people! Oh, wait...

Tim Howe
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Latoya again??? Why is she not surrounded by metal bars?

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Those dumb cops will never find us here.

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sounds like a breaking bad episode!

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This was posted on a local news source on July 5, 2013:

A Tennessee couple was jailed Thursday after a pursuit on Route 77 that included both jumping from the vehicle while it was moving, Wyoming County sheriff’s investigators said.

Jessica Ring, 28, of 1605 Greens Circle in Goodlettsville, Tenn. was northbound in a 2000 Chevy Blazer when she was allegedly observed traveling off the east shoulder by Investigator Aaron Anderson.

Ring refused to stop and fled northbound at speeds reaching 75 mph, deputies said. She then allegedly traveled into an overgrown field and continued northbound.

Ring and passenger Ricky Leach Jr., 33, of the same address, jumped from the vehicle while it was moving, deputies said. They both allegedly fled into a creek bed and into a culvert which ran under the highway.

Both were then taken into custody by Anderson and state police Trooper Eric Lunser without further incident. A check of the vehicle allegedly revealed it had been stolen June 28 in Tennessee.

Ring and Leach were each charged with fourth-degree criminal possession of stolen property and third-degree unlawful fleeing a police officer. Ring was additionally charged with DWAI, reckless driving, unlicensed operation, failure to obey a police officer, moving from lane unsafely and speeding.

Both were committed to Wyoming County Jail in lieu of $15,000 bail. They are to appear in Town Court at a later date. Deputy Katie George assisted the arrest.

— By Matt Surtel

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