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Law and Order: Woman accused of trying to get wrong person arrested

Bonnie S. Olsandi, 44, of 31 Montclair Ave., Batavia, is charged with falsely reporting information about an actual offense/incident. Olsandi is accused of providing false information to police about an actual incident in an attempt to have the wrong person arrested for the alleged crime.

Haley H. Humphrey, 19, of 21 Wood St., Batavia, is charged with offering a false instrument for filing and falsely reporting an emergency. Humphrey is accused of falsely reporting a domestic incident.

Melissa A. Broadbent, 35, of 52 Walnut St., Batavia, is charged with obligation of a parent or guardian. Broadbent was arrested because of alleged curfew violations after her 15-year-old son was apprehended following an investigation of a report that two males were attempting to break into cars near the fire hall. The alleged incident was reported at 11:26 p.m., Sunday. Also charged was Priscilla M. Aiken, 40, of 2 Miller Ave., Batavia.

Joshua R. Hofer, 17, of 67 Mechanic St., Elba, is charged with unlawful possession of marijuana and unlawful possession of alcohol under age 21. Hofer was arrested following an investigation by Batavia PD into a reported disabled vehicle on Walnut Street at 4:07 a.m., Saturday.

Lena M. Evans, 26, of 46 Washington Ave., upper, is charged with petit larceny. Evans is accused of shoplifting at Tops.

Micahel L. Kennedy, 26, of 45 Prospect Ave., Batavia, is charged with felony DWI, felony driving with a BAC of .08 or greater, aggravated unlicensed operation and driving a vehicle without an interlock device. Kennedy was stopped at 1:05 a.m. Saturday on West Main Street by Officer Felicia Degroot.

Ted E. Kingsley, 40, of 119 State St., upper, Batavia, is charged with petit larceny. Kingsley is accused of stealing an 18-pack of beer from Tops.

Douglas A. Porter, 43, of Basom, is charged with DWI, driving with a BAC of .08 or greater and consumption of alcohol in a motor vehicle. Porter was stopped by Deputy A.J. Previty of the Wyoming County Sheriff's Office at 1:15 a.m. Tuesday on Route 354, Town of Bennington. Previty responded to a report of an erratic driver coming into Wyoming County from Erie County. Porter was jailed on $500 bail.

Elan B. Pire, 24, of Elba, is charged with criminal obstruction of breathing and unlawful imprisonment, 2nd. Pire was arrested by State Police for an alleged incident reported at 8:51 p.m. Saturday in the Town of Byron. No further details released.

Cheryl Wilmet
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I did not know there is a curfew in Batavia. Does anyone know any info about this?

Debra Nanni
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Cheryl when youth get in trouble now in Genesee County, they are putting ankle bracelet monitors on them. They are not allowed to leave their home after a certain time, (whatever is decided in court). It is all tracked right down to the minute by computer, so they know when a kid has left their property. I just think it is too bad , knowing how teenagers are, that the mother had to get arrested.

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It is Debra.....the state ties the hands of parents, empowers the teen calling most reasonable discipline abuse. But then in this case making the Parent face consequences nonetheless. Now perhaps this parent is the type that doesn't give a rat's behind so that's why the arrest, perhaps not. But I have seen teens get backed by cps in crying abuse at having cell phones taken away, at being grounded etc etc. I just find it unreasonable.

Beth Kinsley
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There's a curfew in Batavia:

No child under the age of 16 years shall loiter or congregate upon, or in, or otherwise occupy any street, sidewalk, park, alley or other public place in the City of Batavia, or any entrance to a public establishment, or any stairway or hallway adjacent to such street, sidewalk, alley or other public place between the hours of 10:00 p.m. and sunrise, and on Friday and Saturday evenings between 11:00 p.m. and sunrise, unless such child shall be accompanied by a parent or guardian, or by a person over 21 years of age authorized by such parent or guardian to accompany such child..

My experience is that it is selectively enforced.

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Thank you Beth, I stand corrected. I was not aware of the curfew. It certainly is not enforced on my street or any near me. Yes Kyle it really is a shame that patents can't discipline their kids, but have to be responsible for their crazy actions

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I didn't know about it either Debra until I received a late night knock on my door about 8 years ago from a police officer with my daughter in tow. I was not a happy camper and yes, she was grounded for a long time. Boy I don't miss those days.

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Beth believe me, I don't miss those days either. And it is PURE luck with four teens, that I did not have a police office knocking on my door. ha ha.

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