en Law and Order: Le Roy man accused of selling pills to task force agent <p><strong>Jason P. Andrews</strong>, 38, of Lake Street Road, Le Roy, is charged with two counts of criminal sale of a controlled substance, 5th, and two counts of criminal possession of a controlled substance, 5th. Andrews is accused of selling an unspecified controlled substance in the form of pills to an agent of the Local Drug Task Force. Andrews was arrested at his residence, arraigned and released under supervision of Genesee Justice.</p> <p><strong>Jonathon Grant Browne</strong>, 22, of Leighton Avenue, Rochester, is charged with possession of untaxed cigarettes, unlawful possession of marijuana, aggravated unlicensed operation, 2nd, speeding and driving a vehicle without stop lights. Browne was stopped at 4:08 p.m. Tuesday on Main Street, Oakfield, by Deputy Joseph Corona.</p> <p>A 17-year-old youth, residence not specified, is charged with criminal mischief, 3rd. The youth was arrested in Alexander by State Police. No further details released.</p> <p><strong>Jenna L. Josephite</strong>, 26, of Batavia, is charged with criminal possession of a controlled substance, 7th, and Dillon M. Brito, 23, of Batavia, is charged with unlawful possession of marijuana. Josephite and Brito were arrested and charged by State Police at 3:30 p.m. Sunday on Route 5, Town of Batavia. No further details released.</p> <p><em>Grand Jury Report:</em></p> <p><strong>Veronica Garcia</strong> is indicted on a count of felony DWI, felony driving with a BAC of .18 or higher, two counts of driving drunk with a child less than 15 years of age in the vehicle and endangering the welfare of a child. Garcia is accused of driving drunk Dec. 19 on Route 98, Alexander, with two children in the vehicle. She allegedly has a prior DWI conviction from February, 2011, in the City of Batavia.</p> batavia alexander crime Le Roy Oakfield Wed, 22 Apr 2015 22:00:18 +0000 Howard B. Owens 47501 at Noonan sends decision about concerts at Frost Ridge back to zoning board <p>Whether Frost Ridge Campground can continue hosting live music concerts is a matter for the Town of Le Roy Zoning Board of Appeals to decide, Judge Robert C. Noonan ruled today.</p> <p>In an order issued this afternoon, Noonan said that the ZBA has sole authority to make the decision, and insofar as a prior finding by the ZBA that concerts were a prior, non-conforming use was legally flawed, it&#39;s still up to the ZBA, not the courts, to make the determination.</p> <p>The failure of the ZBA to properly issue public notice of a hearing on concerts at Frost Ridge on Sept. 25, 2013, does not affect their underlying authority to make the determination, Noonan said.</p> <p>In short, Noonan recommends that Frost Ridge make a proper application, but with or without the application, the ZBA must hold a properly noticed public hearing and reach a properly recorded decision.</p> <p>It&#39;s only after that process has been correctly executed that a court can weigh evidence and determine whether a plaintiff has any basis to overturn the decision, according to Noonan&#39;s ruling.</p> <p>The autumn of 2013 finding by the ZBA has been a key point of contention in the pair of lawsuits filed by the Town of Le Roy and the Cleere/Collins family against Frost Ridge.</p> <p>Board members reportedly reached a unanimous decision favoring live music at Frost Ridge, finding the use was grandfathered in because live music and amplified music at the recreational area pre-dated the creation of a residential-agricultural zone in that part of Le Roy.</p> <p>The Cleere/Collins attorney sought to get the ZBA decision voided and foreclosed, bringing the campground&#39;s concert series &quot;Jam at the Ridge&quot; to an end.</p> <p>Noonan wrote that case law establishes that a court must stay its hand until the proper agency has applied its expertise to the salient questions of the regulatory scheme.</p> <p>That hasn&#39;t happened yet in the case of Frost Ridge.</p> <p>Noonan&#39;s decision leaves the future of live music up to a ZBA board that has shown prior support for live, amplified music at Frost Ridge.</p> <p>Pending a final ZBA determination, Noonan&#39;s modified order -- limiting but allowing concerts at Frost Ridge -- remains in effect, unless the Cleere and Collins families&nbsp;deposit $225,000 into an escrow account to protect the Frost Ridge owners against damages should they eventually succeed in the legal proceedings.</p> Frost Ridge Campground Le Roy Mon, 20 Apr 2015 20:19:13 +0000 Howard B. Owens 47474 at Law and Order: Two teens arrested after officers respond to report of marijuana ordor in apartment <p>An 18-year-old Le Roy resident and a 17-year-old Le Roy resident are charged with endangering the welfare of a child and unlawful possession of marijuana. Le Roy PD responded to a report of the smell of marijuana in an apartment. After a brief investigation, officers concluded the youths possessed and smoked marijuana in the apartment while two youths under age 17 were present. The 18-year-old was jailed on $500 bail. Le Roy PD did not release the names of either individual.</p> <p><strong>Christopher E. Merrell</strong>, 53, of Bergen, is charged with aggravated unlicensed operation, 2nd, no seat belt, inadequate exhaust, illegal window tint and unlicensed operation. Merrell was stopped by State Police on Route 98, Alexander.</p> alexander bergen crime Le Roy Thu, 16 Apr 2015 12:55:41 +0000 Howard B. Owens 47419 at Attorneys in Frost Ridge case back in court to argue for and against ruling on live music concerts <p>There&#39;s no dispute that there was live music at the Frost Ridge Campground in Le Roy prior to 2008, and there&#39;s no dispute there was amplified music there, either, said an attorney representing the family that brought suit against Frost Ridge seeking to shut down its summer concert series.</p> <p>Those prior acts, however, do not constitute a prior use of Frost Ridge as a concert venue with amplified life music,&nbsp;Mindy Zoghlin told Judge Robert C. Noonan during a hearing in Superior Court today where Zoghlin and Town of Le Roy Attorney Reid Whiting argued that Noonan should favor them with a ruling barring amplified live music and demanding relief from other alleged zoning violations.</p> <p>(The record) at best establishes there were people playing music around the campfire and when there were skiers there was amplified music,&quot; Zoghlin said.</p> <p>David Roach, representing the owners of Frost Ridge, David and Greg Luetticke-Archbell, told Noonan that and other points raised verbally by Zoghlin and Reed were addressed in his written memo to Noonan answering their motions for summary judgement, so he wasn&#39;t going to belabor the points today.</p> <p>In the memo, Roach argues that there were live music shows at Frost Ridge under prior ownership that were open to the public.</p> <p>In fact, Roach argues, that everything from the live music issue, to the camping use of the campground and current structures on the property, all fit within the prior, non-conforming use of the property.</p> <p>Even if those uses have expanded, he argued, case law favors Frost Ridge.&nbsp;</p> <p>&quot;Nothing in the record indicates Frost Ridge has ever changed its recreational use or expanded it to something non-recreational,&quot; Roach wrote, citing a case known as Hollow v. Owen. &quot;&#39;...a mere increase in the volume or intensity of the use is not necessarily an extension or enlargement of such use.&#39;&quot;</p> <p>Among the reasons Zoghlin said Noonan should find in the favor of her clients,&nbsp;David and Marny Cleere and Scott and Betsy Collins (Marny and Betsy are sisters and granddaughters of the original property owner), is that a Zoning Board of Appeals (ZBA) determination that the concerts fell within prior, non-conforming use was, essentially, illegal.</p> <p>Noonan has already ruled that the ZBA failed to provide proper public notice of the meeting in 2013 where the board came to a unanimous conclusion that everything at Frost Ridge, including live amplified music, was permissible because of the historical use of the property.</p> <p>The property became a ski area and campground in the 1960s and later new zoning laws were adopted by the Town of Le Roy that made the area a residential/agriculture zone.</p> <p>There&#39;s no way, Zoghlin argued, that a concert venue falls within the town&#39;s definition of an R/A zone.</p> <p>Roach argued that Noonan&#39;s ruling on the public notice issue went merely to the procedural sufficiency of the notice, but did not overturn the finding. Citing case law, Roach argues that even granting the notice issue, the ZBA had the authority to make the determination.</p> <p>Zoghlin wants the ZBA determination overturned, arguing that the decision was reached in such a defective fashion that even referring the case back to the ZBA would be inappropriate.</p> <p>Roach told Noonan that such a ruling would still result in the ZBA taking up the issue again, and the ZBA would likely reach the same conclusion, and then that determination would result in new lawsuits by the current plaintiffs (Cleere and Collins and the Town of Le Roy), so Noonan would then be dealing with four lawsuits total over one single issue.</p> <p>If Noonan finds the ZBA determination defective, the only reasonable action, Roach said, would be to refer the case back to the ZBA to cure the procedural defect of its original determination (meaning, hold a properly noticed public hearing).</p> <p>At the end of the hearing, Noonan reserved his decision and promised a written decision soon.</p> <p>If Noonan doesn&#39;t issue a summary judgment in favor of the plaintiff&#39;s, the suit will proceed, perhaps, eventually, to a jury trial. If that&#39;s the case,&nbsp;Zoghlin said, Noonan should reinstate the temporary restraining order barring live amplified music at Frost Ridge.</p> <p>Roach said that such an order would put Frost Ridge out of business and therefore impermissibly grant the plaintiff&#39;s the ultimate outcome they seek through the lawsuit. He also argued that during the period last summer when concerts were once again allowed at the campground, there were no complaints, no arrests, no disturbances and a deputy was positioned in the neighborhood to monitor noise and found the venue in compliance with Noonan&#39;s orders. The town has also established a noise ordinance, rendering moot the need for a restraining order.</p> <p>So far, <a href="" target="_blank">six concerts at The Ridge</a> have been booked for the summer.</p> <p>For our prior coverage, <a href="" target="_blank">click here</a>.</p> Frost Ridge Campground Le Roy Fri, 10 Apr 2015 22:46:10 +0000 Howard B. Owens 47359 at Le Roy resident charged with assault in the second degree <p>A 20-year-old Le Roy resident allegedly used a knife in a confrontation with another person and has been charged with second-degree assault as a result.</p> <p>Le Roy PD did not release information on the nature of injuries, if any, sustained by the victim.</p> <p>Jarrod K. Fotiathis was jailed on $20,000 cash bail or $40,000 bond.</p> <p>He is also charged with criminal possession of a weapon and unlawful possession of alcohol.</p> <p>Brittany B. Cina, 25, was also charged with harassment, 2nd. Cina allegedly punched a person. She was issued an appearance ticket.</p> crime Le Roy Fri, 10 Apr 2015 16:43:27 +0000 Howard B. Owens 47352 at Driver seriously injured in December accident charged with multiple crimes <p><img alt="" src="/files/users/60/2015-2/leroyaccdec302014-2b_0.jpg" style="border-width: 0px; border-style: solid; margin: 7px; float: right;" />A driver who was seriously injured in <a href="" target="_blank">a Dec. 30 accident in Le Roy</a> has been arrested and charged with driving while ability impaired by drugs.</p> <p>Charles R. Lowe, 51, of 8131 E. Main Road, #6, Le Roy, reportedly fell asleep while driving westbound on East Main Street, Village of Le Roy, at a speed of 52 mph in the 30 mph zone.</p> <p>His vehicle veered from its lane and rear-ended a vehicle paused to turn left onto Wolcott Street. That car then struck another vehicle on East Main Street.</p> <p>The other two drivers suffered minor injuries.</p> <p>Lowe was taken by Mercy Flight to Strong Memorial Hospital and was initially in the intensive care unit.</p> <p>He&#39;s also charged with reckless driving, speeding, failure to use designated lane, following too closely and two counts of assault in the third degree and criminal negligence.</p> <p>Following the accident, Lowe was entrapped in his vehicle and required extrication by the Le Roy Volunteer Fire Department.</p> <p>The Sheriff&#39;s Office Crash Management Team assisted in the investigation.</p> <p>Lowe was issued an appearance ticket and is due back in Le Roy Town Court on April 27.</p> accident crime Le Roy Thu, 09 Apr 2015 15:04:31 +0000 Howard B. Owens 47318 at Law and Order: Former Le Roy resident accused of cruelty to ducks and chickens <table align="right" border="0" cellpadding="0" cellspacing="0"> <tr> <td> <img alt="" src="/files/users/60/2015-2/mug_2015_schultz_howard.jpg" /></td> </tr> <tr> <td> <em>Howard Schultz</em></td> </tr> </table> <p><strong>Howard Clarence Schultz</strong>, 56, of Chili Avenue, Rochester, is charged with five counts of cruelty to animals. Schultz was reportedly a resident of 8798 Keeney Road, Le Roy, where he kept duck and chickens as pets. He allegedly moved from the property in late January and left the ducks and chickens behind without making arrangements for their care or relocation.</p> <p><strong>Christopher John Naugle</strong>, 45, of Apple Tree Avenue, Bergen, is charged with two counts of endangering the welfare of a child. During an argument reported at 9:06 p.m., Saturday, Naugle allegedly flipped over a table, slapped and poured beer on a person in the presence of two children.</p> <p><strong>Michael Leonard Farrell</strong>, 45, of Clio Street, Rochester, is charged with criminal possession of a controlled substance, 7th, possession of a controlled substance not in its original container, aggravated unlicensed operation, 2nd, and obstructed plate. Farrell was stopped at 10:55 p.m. Monday on Route 77, Pembroke, by Deputy Patrick Reeves.</p> <p><strong>James Raymond Corp</strong>, 35, of Brewerton Road, Syracuse, is charged with possession of more than 400 untaxed cigarettes and obstructed plate. Corp was stopped at 10:12 p.m. Monday on Route 77, Pembroke, by Deputy Patrick Reeves. Corp was allegedly found in possession of 11,000 untaxed cigarettes.</p> <p><strong>Kathy </strong><strong>BethAnne</strong><strong> Woodbeck</strong>, 39, of Montgomery Street, Canjoharie, is charged with possession of more than 400 untaxed cigarettes and obstructed plate. Woodbeck was stopped at 11:08 p.m. Friday by Deputy Patrick Reeves. Woodbeck was allegedly found in possession of 23,000 untaxed cigarettes.</p> <p><strong>Elbert L. Flint</strong>, 39, of Morse Place, Batavia, is charged with criminal possession of a weapon, 4th. Flint was allegedly found in possession of a cane sword.</p> batavia bergen crime Le Roy pembroke Tue, 07 Apr 2015 15:10:01 +0000 Howard B. Owens 47291 at Sponsored Post: Join us for Easter Dinner at D&R Depot! Make your reservations today! <p><a href="" target="_blank"><img alt="" src="/files/users/7438/2015-2/dr_depoteastersp.png" /></a></p> advertisement d&r depot Easter Dinner Le Roy ny Sponsored Post Tue, 31 Mar 2015 22:30:00 +0000 Lisa Ace 47097 at Register for Toddler Time on Monday mornings at Woodward Library <p>Monday, Apr. 6 - May 16, 2015, 10:30-10:50 a.m.</p> <p>Toddler Time is a special storytime for children who are 2 years olds and 3 year olds and a caring adult. Spend approximately 20 minutes on Monday mornings listening to stories that feature themes like shapes and colors, singing songs and dancing, coloring, and playing with bubbles. Toddler Time is a fun time to bond over stories and activities and to make new friends. Each session runs 6 &ndash; 8 weeks in length and you only have to sign up once.</p> <p>Child must be at least 2 by the first session and must be accompanied by an adult. This session of Toddler Time begins Monday, April 6 and runs through Monday, May 18.&nbsp;</p> <p>Registration is required. Limit of 10 children. Register online at <a href="" title=""></a> or by calling 585-768-8300.</p> announcements Le Roy Tue, 31 Mar 2015 19:45:52 +0000 Billie Owens 47242 at With darkness looming, searchers locate missing Le Roy man at GCC <p>Searchers were called out to the Genesee Community College campus this evening to look for a possible despondent Le Roy resident whose car was located in the parking lot of the campus after he went missing around 2:40 p.m.</p> <p>This afternoon Le Roy PD was asked to check on a male in his 40s.&nbsp;</p> <p>The man was not located at his residence in LeRoy.&nbsp;</p> <p>The man&rsquo;s cell phone was pinged and that gave his general location.</p> <p>Police initiated a search for the man and his car was found a short time later at the Batavia campus, but the missing man was nowhere in sight.</p> <p>According to Le Roy Detective John Condidorio, the Genesee County Sheriff&#39;s Office was then called to assist in the search.</p> <p>Campus security also assisted, checking the ball fields and the school grounds.</p> <p>A Sheriff&#39;s K-9 unit was brought in to assist.&nbsp;</p> <p>State Police dispatched its helicopter to provide aerial coverage.&nbsp;</p> <p>Sheriff&#39;s Sgt. Jon Szumigala said the search team was worried about approaching darkness making the search more difficult so a foot search was ordered.</p> <p>Town of Batavia Fire Department responded.&nbsp;</p> <p>Volunteer firefighters located the man in a wooded area west of the GCC parking. He was conscious but needed medical attention.</p> <p>Mercy Flight was on call but not dispatched.</p> <p>Mercy EMS transported the patient at 6:30 p.m.</p> <p>His identity is not being released.</p> <p><img alt="" src="/files/users/29631/2015-2/untitled_shoot-5461.jpg" /></p> <p><img alt="" src="/files/users/29631/2015-2/untitled_shoot-5465.jpg" /></p> <p><img alt="" src="/files/users/29631/2015-2/untitled_shoot-5482.jpg" /></p> <p><img alt="" src="/files/users/29631/2015-2/untitled_shoot-5487.jpg" /></p> batavia GCC Le Roy Mon, 30 Mar 2015 00:32:31 +0000 James Burns 47208 at Crash with injuries and entrapment on Route 490 <p>A motor-vehicle accident with injuries and entrapment is reported on Route 490 in the area of mile marker 1. The entrapped person&#39;s vehicle is wedged against a tree. This is on the Bergen/Churchville border. Le Roy fire and ambulance responding along with Bergen fire. Churchville was also dispatched.</p> accidents bergen Le Roy Thu, 26 Mar 2015 17:20:34 +0000 Billie Owens 47184 at Deputy Bordonaro's name to be included on memorial in Washington <p><em>Press release:</em></p> <p class="rteindent1">Sheriff Gary T. Maha has been informed by the Board of Directors of the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund that Deputy Frank Bordonaro&rsquo;s name has been approved for inclusion on the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Wall in Washington, D.C.</p> <p class="rteindent1">Frank passed away a few hours after his night shift ended on July 8, 2014, after 19 years of service with the Genesee County Sheriff&rsquo;s Office. His name will be formally dedicated, along with other fallen officers during 2014, on May 13, 2015, during the 27th Annual Candlelight Vigil held during National Police Week in Washington, D.C.&nbsp;&nbsp;</p> <p class="rteindent1">In 1962, President John F. Kennedy signed a proclamation which designated May 15 as Peace Officers&rsquo; Memorial Day and the week in which that date falls as Police Week. The Memorial Service began in 1982 as a gathering in Senate Park of approximately 120 survivors and supporters of law enforcement. Decades later, the event, more commonly known as National Police Week, has grown to a series of events which attracts tens of thousands of survivors and law enforcement officers each year to honor those that have paid the ultimate sacrifice. National Police Week draws in between 25,000 to 40,000 attendees. The attendees come from departments throughout the United States as well as from agencies throughout the world. This provides a unique opportunity to meet others that share a common brotherhood.&nbsp;</p> <p class="rteindent1">&ldquo;Several officers from the Genesee County Sheriff&rsquo;s Office are planning on attending this event to pay tribute to Deputy Bordonaro,&rdquo; stated Sheriff Maha.</p> law enforcement Le Roy Sheriff's Office Wed, 25 Mar 2015 17:49:55 +0000 Howard B. Owens 47170 at Law and Order: Central Avenue resident accused of using gun in robbery and assault <table align="right" border="0" cellpadding="0" cellspacing="0"> <tbody> <tr> <td> <img alt="" src="/files/users/60/2015-2/mug-tyshontaylor2015.jpg" /></td> </tr> <tr> <td> <em>Tyshon</em> <em>Taylo</em></td> </tr> </tbody> </table> <p><strong>Tyshon</strong><strong> L. Taylor</strong>, 18, of Central Avenue, is charged with assault, 1st, robbery, 1st, unlawful possession of marijuana, and menacing, 2nd. Taylor allegedly pointed a handgun at another person while demanding property at a location on Central Avenue, Batavia, at 8:45 p.m., Friday. Taylor allegedly struck the individual in the head with the handgun and then punched the person. Eventually, Taylor took the property from the person. He allegedly possessed marijuana when arrested. A 16-year-old, whose name was withheld by police, was also arrested and charged with assault, 1st, and robbery, 1st.</p> <p><strong>Madalyn R. Muntz</strong>, 29 of Le Roy, is charged with grand larceny, 4th. Muntz, a former Walmart employee, is accused of stealing more than $1,500 in cash from November through February.</p> <p><strong>Nicole A. Mickey</strong>, 25, of Colonial Boulevard, Batavia, is charged with DWI and driving with a BAC of .08 or greater. Mickey was arrested following a complaint of a disturbance at her residence at 11:48 p.m., March 16. Mickey allegedly drove from that location to another location while intoxicated.</p> <p><strong>Erin Kathleen Hinrich</strong>, 34, of Bank Street, Batavia, was arrested on a warrant for alleged possession of a hypodermic instrument. Hinrich turned herself in to Batavia PD.</p> <p><strong>Richard J. Stack</strong>, 23, of Thomas Avenue, Batavia, is charged with harassment, 2nd. Stack is accused of throwing items at a woman and flipping her out of a chair during an argument. He was jailed on $750 bail.</p> <p><strong>Deborah E. </strong><strong>Lamartina</strong>, 34, of Linnet Street, Rochester, is charged with two counts of criminal possession of a controlled substance, 7th, and criminal use of drug paraphernalia, 2nd. Lamartina was allegedly found in possession of heroin and cocaine while already in custody on unrelated charges. She was jailed without bail.</p> batavia crime Le Roy Tue, 24 Mar 2015 21:58:13 +0000 Howard B. Owens 47164 at Law and Order: Driver charged with DWI after leaving scene of reported argument in Bergen <p><strong>Alexander Natal</strong>, 28, of Lake Street Road, Le Roy, is charged with DWI, driving with a BAC of .18 or greater and aggravated unlicensed operation, 3rd. Natal allegedly left the scene of an altercation in Bergen and drove a vehicle on Buffalo Road at 2:42 p.m. Saturday while intoxicated. Natal was stopped by Deputy Joseph Corona.</p> <p><strong>Ryan N. Pyatt</strong>, 22, of Washington Avenue, Batavia, was arrested on a warrant for alleged failure to appear on an unlicensed operation, 3rd, charge. Pyatt posted $250 cash bail.</p> <p><strong>Seth R. Doster</strong>, 23, of Alleghany Road, Darien Center, was arrested on a warrant for alleged failure to appear on a parked on sidewalk charge. Doster turned himself in and was issued an appearance ticket.</p> <p><strong>McKayla J. Kosiorek</strong>, 20, of South Jackson Street, Batavia, was arrested on a warrant for alleged failure to pay fine imposed by City Court. Kosiorek turned herself in and posted $100 cash bail.</p> <p><strong>Maria K. </strong><strong>Frieday</strong>, 41, of Franklin Street, Batavia, is charged with reckless endangerment, 2nd, and tampering with physical evidence. Frieday was allegedly involved in an incident at 1:45 p.m. March 12 at 127 North St., Batavia.</p> <p><strong>Kory R. O&#39;Grady</strong>, 42, of River Street, Batavia, is charged with harassment, 2nd. O&#39;Grady was charged following an alleged domestic incident reported at 4 p.m., Sunday. He allegedly pushed another person and threatened to kill everyone if his daughter was removed from the residence.</p> <p><strong>Brock Thomas Barry</strong>, 27, of Blackwell Lane, Henrietta, is charged with DWI, driving with a BAC of .08 or greater, aggravated unlicensed operation, 1st, and failure to stop at stop sign. Barry was stopped at midnight Sunday on Route 77, Pembroke, by Deputy Joseph Corona.</p> <p><strong>John Joseph Simmons</strong>, 42, of Bedford Street, Rochester, is charged with unlawful possession of marijuana, failure to dim headlights, aggravated unlicensed operation, 2nd, and driving without an interlock device. Simmons was stopped at 2:02 p.m. Sunday on Route 77, Pembroke, by Deputy Michael Lute.</p> <p><em>The Grand Jury of Genesee County also released the following indictment:</em></p> <p><strong>Justin L. Pyatt</strong> is indicted on a count of menacing a police officer or peace officer. It&#39;s alleged that Pyatt, on Feb. 16, while at 113 Jackson St., Batavia, did attempt to place a police officer in reasonable fear of physical injury or even death by displaying a knife.</p> batavia bergen crime Le Roy pembroke Mon, 23 Mar 2015 20:12:13 +0000 Howard B. Owens 47148 at Car vs. pole accident on West Bergen Road <p>A car vs. pole accident is reported in front of 8152 W. Bergen Road, just south of Selden Road. Le Roy fire and ambulance responding.</p> <p>UPDATE 2:36 p.m.: Driver not injured.</p> accidents Le Roy Sun, 22 Mar 2015 18:31:45 +0000 Billie Owens 47129 at