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Livingston County Jail Address

Livingston County Jail
4 Court St
Geneseo, NY
14454

Phone:(585) 243-7100

Livingston County, NY Offense Statistics
Violent Crime35
Murder and Non-Negligent Manslaughter0
Rape (revised and legacy definition)15
Robbery4
Aggravated Assault16
Property Crime362
Burglary67
Larceny-theft283
Motor Vehicle Theft12
Arson1
Data Source: FBI Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) Program – Offenses Known to Law Enforcement by Metropolitan and Nonmetropolitan Counties, 2015
Note: The data shown in this table does not reflect county totals but are the number of offenses reported by the sheriff’s office or county police department
Friday, September 8th, 2017 at 6:44am
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Friday, September 8th, 2017 at 6:41am
Please avoid 39 at Nations in Town of Geneseo. On scene of serious MVA and road will be closed for several hours while we reconstruct it.
Saturday, September 2nd, 2017 at 10:00am
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Livingston County Sheriff's Office
Livingston County Sheriff's OfficeWednesday, September 20th, 2017 at 8:08am
NUNDA: Sheriff Thomas J. Dougherty advises the arrest of the three Rochester residents on felony charges following a joint investigation with the Monroe County Sheriff’s Office, the Ontario County Sheriff’s Office, the Webster Police Department and the Greece Police Department.

On September 2nd, 2017 the Sheriff’s Office was contacted directly by a funeral home in Livonia advising of several vehicles that had their windows broken and contents removed, including electronics, credit cards and other valuables, while visitors called on a loved one.

Deputies responded, including the Road Patrol Division and members of the Forensic Identification Unit (FIU). Deputies continued to investigate for the next several days any and all leads which included a vehicle description off the funeral home surveillance system.

Following that incident, information was gained through the Ontario County Sheriff’s Office of similar occurrences in Ontario County and Monroe County. On September 11th, the Monroe County Sheriff’s Office took the lead and organized a joint task force with the Livingston County Sheriff’s Office, the Ontario County Sheriff’s Office, the Monroe County Sheriff’s Office, the Greece Police Department and the Webster Police Department.

The coordinated efforts resulted in three subjects being arrested on Saturday September 16th following more car break-ins at a funeral home in Nunda.

The Livingston County Sheriff’s Office charged Bruce D. Newton age 39, Cearra N. Campbell age 20 and Chelsea L. O’Hare age 23 on September 16th. Newton, Campbell, O’Hare were all charged with eight (8) counts of Grand Larceny in the 4th Degree and three (3) counts of Criminal Mischief in the 4th Degree, all related to the Nunda incident.

All three were turned over to Central Booking Deputies at the Livingston County Jail for processing and pre-arraignment detention. They were arraigned in Nunda Town Court before Justice Mann. The Judge did set bail at $10,000 cash or $20,000 bond on O’Hare and Campbell and held Newton without bail due to past felony convictions.

More charges are expected in Livingston County including the funeral home in Livonia, a sporting event in Lima and a sporting event in Dansville. The Monroe County agencies, as well as the Ontario County Sheriff’s Office are all expected to be filing charges as well.
Livingston County Sheriff's Office
Livingston County Sheriff's OfficeWednesday, September 20th, 2017 at 4:15am
LIVINGSTON COUNTY: Sheriffs' Week is being celebrated this week in New York State during the week of September 17th – September 23rd. This celebration is in honor of the significant, traditional, and contemporary contributions made by the Office of the Sheriff in county government and in the statewide criminal justice system.

The Office of Sheriff, tracing its origin to England, was brought to the 13 British Colonies by early British settlers. Sheriffs’ in New York State, as the State’s senior law enforcement officials, are elected by the people and derive their powers and responsibilities from the New York State Constitution and New York State Executive Law.

Gordon J. Jenkins of Leicester NY served as the first Sheriff of Livingston County in 1821 and an additional 49 Sheriffs have served over the last 196 years. Sheriff Thomas J. Dougherty, the 50th Sheriff of Livingston County, was elected by the people in November of 2013 and continues to serve presently with his four year term ending December of 2017.

The Livingston County Sheriff Office is a full-service law enforcement agency made up of over 200 members. The Sheriff’s Office is comprised of three main bureaus; Police Services, Correctional Services and Communications. Police Services includes the Road Patrol Division, Criminal Investigations Division and Civil Division. Correctional Services consists of the Jail Division and Court Security Division. Communications includes all Sheriff’s Office communications including the Sheriff's Office seven digit direct line at 243-7100 and also encompasses the Emergency Communications Center (E-911) dispatching all police, ems and fire services in the 17 towns and 9 villages that make up Livingston County. Additionally the records division, comprised of civilian support staff, handles all reports and filing for the entire Office.

The Sheriff’s Office has several specialized units that includes a SWAT team, Forensic Identification Unit, STOP DWI Unit, Underwater Search and Recovery Team, Marine Patrol Unit, Mounted Unit, Four K-9 teams, Corrections Emergency Response Team (CERT), Fire Brigade Unit, Community Policing Unit, Four School Resource Deputies in Schools (Livonia, Dansville, Keshequa, York), Commercial Vehicle Unit, Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Unit, Honor Guard Unit, Firearms Unit and Training Unit.

The Livingston County Sheriff’s Office was the first Sheriff’s Office in New York State to have every division accredited by a recognized accreditation authority. Police Services and Correctional Services were accredited in 1997, Civil in 1998, Communications in 2003 and Court Security in 2005. Every five succeeding years, a re-accreditation assessment ensures the integrity of the process has been maintained.

The Livingston County Sheriff’s Office strives to provide the very best services to the communities that we serve.

“On behalf of the men and women of the Livingston County Sheriff’s Office, we thank you for your continued support of your local Sheriff’s Office,” stated Sheriff Dougherty. “Although nationally law enforcement is under heavy scrutiny, we have always felt the support and trust of the residents we serve and it is greatly appreciated. As I reflect on Sheriffs’ Week, I thank you for the great honor to serve as your 50th Sheriff and the privilege to lead the very best members.”
Livingston County Sheriff's Office
Livingston County Sheriff's OfficeTuesday, September 19th, 2017 at 1:33am
Avon: Livingston County Sheriff Thomas J. Dougherty reports the arrest of a Livonia resident after a complaint of a suspicious condition.

On September 15, 2017 at approximately 12:30 am, Deputies were dispatched to a residence on Bronson Hill Rd. in the Town of Avon to check on a suspicious vehicle parked in a driveway. Upon arriving at the scene, Deputies Bill Clarke and Connor Sanford found 22 year old Scotty J. Mckay asleep behind the wheel of the car. During the course of their investigation, it was discovered that Mckay was in possession of several bags of heroin and a hypodermic needle.

Mckay was placed under arrest for Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance 7th and Criminal Possession of a Hypodermic Instrument.

McKay was turned over to Central Booking Deputies at the Livingston County Jail for processing and pre-arraignment detention. New York State Parole was notified of the arrest as McKay is a currently on parole for Burglary in the 3rd Degree.

McKay was later arraigned in the Town of Avon Court before Judge Torregiano. The Judge did remand him to the custody of the Sheriff on $2,500 cash bail or $5,000 bond.
Livingston County Sheriff's Office
Livingston County Sheriff's OfficeSaturday, September 16th, 2017 at 3:35am
Ossian / Mount Morris: Livingston County Sheriff Thomas J. Dougherty reports the arrest of an Ossian resident on felony charges after a welfare fraud investigation.

The investigation revealed that 30 year old Emily J. Young was collecting public assistance benefits from the Livingston County Department of Social Services. Young failed to disclose rental income she was receiving from her roommate. Young received $4,761 in public assistance benefits that she was not entitled to receive. She was subsequently charged with felonies of Welfare Fraud 3rd, Grand Larceny 3rd, Misuse of Food Stamps, and Falsifying Business Records 1st.

The investigation was conducted by Sheriff's Investigator Josh Monster in conjunction with the Department of Social Services and the District Attorney's Office.

Young was turned over to Central Booking Deputies at the Livingston County Jail for processing and pre-arraignment detention.

Young was later arraigned in the Town of Mt. Morris before Judge Ossant. The Judge did release Young on her own recognizance.
Livingston County Sheriff's Office
Livingston County Sheriff's OfficeSaturday, September 16th, 2017 at 3:19am
Interstate 390: Livingston County Sheriff Thomas J. Dougherty reports the arrest of an Avon man after a traffic stop on Interstate 390.

On September 13, 2017 at approximately 4:35 pm, Deputy Shawn Whitford, who was assigned to the Operation Safe Interstate Initiative, stopped a vehicle on Interstate 390 in the Town of Avon for Vehicle and Traffic Law violations.

The operator of the vehicle, 54 year old Verdell Cunningham, was found to be operating with a suspended NYS learner's permit and he had no other licensed driver in the car with him. Deputy Whitford also found Cunningham to be in possession of drug paraphernalia including a smoking device and screening material commonly used for smoking crack cocaine. Deputy Whitford also discovered that Cunningham was in possession of crack cocaine.

Deputy Whitford charged Cunningham with Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance 7th, Criminal Use of Drug Paraphernalia, as well as the Vehicle and Traffic Law violations.

Cunningham was turned over to Central Booking Deputies at the Livingston County Jail for processing and pre-arraignment detention.

Cunnningham was later arraigned in the Town of North Dansville before Judge Werth. The Judge did release Cunningham on his own recognizance.
Livingston County Sheriff's Office
Livingston County Sheriff's OfficeSaturday, September 16th, 2017 at 2:38am
Geneseo: Livingston County Sheriff Thomas J. Dougherty reports the arrest of two Southern Tier residents as a result of a traffic stop.

On September 12, 2017 at approximately 10:45 pm, Deputy Matt Thomas conducted a traffic stop on West Lake Rd. in the Town of Geneseo for a traffic infraction. Deputy Thomas found the driver of the vehicle, 35 year old Jodi E. Francis, to be operating with a revoked NYS driver's license due to past DWI convictions. Deputy Thomas took Francis into custody for Aggravated Unlicensed Operation of a Motor Vehicle 2nd. While doing so, Deputy Thomas discovered that Francis was in possession of crack cocaine. This led to an additional charge of Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance 7th.

A passenger in the vehicle, 55 year old Douglas E. Robinson, was found to have an active warrant for his arrest out of the Rochester Police Department. Deputy Thomas requested a second Deputy to the scene to take Robinson into custody on the warrant. Deputy Brandan Flicker responded to assist.

Sgt. Ryan Swanson and his K9 partner (Gibbs) responded for a subsequent search of the vehicle. This search led to the discovery of additional crack cocaine within the vehicle. Robinson was subsequently charged of Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance 7th.

While Francis was being delivered to the Livingston County Jail, she was found to be in possession of additional crack cocaine and received another count of Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance 7th.

Both Francis and Robinson were then turned over to Central Booking Deputies at the Livingston County Jail for processing and pre-arraignment detention.

Both Francis and Robinson were later arraigned in the Town of Mt. Morris Court before Judge Ossant. The Judge did release both on their own recognizance.