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Livingston County Jail Address

Livingston County Jail
4 Court St
Geneseo, NY

Phone:(585) 243-7100

Saturday, January 21st, 2017 at 7:58am
Kids should be off limits and I believe typically are, even in the blood sport known as politics.
Saturday, January 21st, 2017 at 7:55am
Now @nbcsnl employee/writer @katiemaryrich is going after an innocent 10 year old thrown into spotlight.. You hit bottom lady. Ticks me off https://t.co/SCasteLiya LivCoSheriff911 photo
Friday, January 20th, 2017 at 2:54pm
I support peaceful protest but happy 2 see folks on twitter & FB calling out rogue "protesters" smashing and burning as criminals. They are.
Wednesday, January 18th, 2017 at 6:48pm
If you have a scanner 2 monitor police/fire/EMS in LivCo, please be advised cut over 2 digital is tomorrow. You won't hear us on old scanner
Wednesday, January 18th, 2017 at 6:27am
Reputation is built by how you portray yourself to others. Character is defined on what you do when they aren't watching.
Sunday, January 15th, 2017 at 10:13am
My FB newsfeed & my Twitter newsfeed tell story of the current state of USA; what a mess & so many divided..Reaffirms my great love 4 dogs

Livingston County Sheriff's Office
Livingston County Sheriff's OfficeTuesday, January 24th, 2017 at 1:49pm
Geneseo: Sheriff Dougherty is asking the traveling public to please use caution on the roads this afternoon. As the snow continues to fall, the streets and highways are becoming slick. During the past 30 minutes we have had an increase in disabled vehicles and motor vehicle accidents.

Please take your time and drive safely.
Livingston County Sheriff's Office
Livingston County Sheriff's OfficeTuesday, January 24th, 2017 at 12:18pm
Avon: Sheriff Thomas J. Dougherty reports two more arrests as a result of the Operation Safe Interstate initiative.

On January 19, 2017 at around 7:00 pm, Deputy Shawn Whitford stopped a vehicle for an equipment violation on Rt. 390 in the Town of Avon. During the course of the traffic stop, Deputy Whitford discovered that the driver of the car, 42 year old William J. Marble from Springwater, NY was in possession of a plastic bag containing marijuana. Marble was released after being issued tickets for the equipment violation and for Unlawful Possession of Marijuana.

Further investigation by Deputy Whitford revealed that the passenger in the car, 37 year old Wesley C. Histed from Belfast, NY was in possession of three (3) bags of heroin. Histed was arrested for Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance 7th and was turned over to Central Booking Deputies at the Livingston County Jail for processing and pre-arraignment detention.

Histed was arraigned before Justice Torregiano in Avon Town Court. The Judge remanded Histed to the custody of the Sheriff on $250 cash and $500 bond.
Livingston County Sheriff's Office
Livingston County Sheriff's OfficeTuesday, January 24th, 2017 at 12:18pm
GENESEO: Sheriff Thomas J. Dougherty reports the arrest of a Level 2 New York State Registered Sex Offender.

On Monday January 23rd 2017, Caleb Binnert, 42 years of age, a New York State Registered Sex Offender, was arrested on one count of Failure to Register and to Verify, a Class D Felony.

New York State Corrections Law states that any sex offender shall register no later than ten calendar days after any change of address, internet accounts with internet access providers belonging to such offender, internet identifiers that such offender uses, or his or her status of enrollment, attendance, employment or residence at any institution of higher education.

It is alleged that Binnert was residing in the Town of Livonia and had moved from his address in mid- December and did not advise Local Law Enforcement or the New York State Sex Offender Registry.

The case was initiated after Sheriff’s Office Road Patrol Deputy Stephanie Schroeder did go to Binnert's home to check to see if he was still residing at his registered address. Deputy Schroeder found the residence to be empty and unoccupied. Deputy Schroeder did notify Investigator Dan Rittenhouse of the Criminal Investigation Division of her findings. Investigation ensued and the landlord of the property was located, who advised that Binnert did move from the property on or before December 16th 2017, and moved in to another property in the Town of Livonia. Binnert would have 10 days to notify of his address change.

Binnert was located at the Livingston County Jail and arrested.

Binnert was sentenced on January 19th 2017 by Judge Cohen for his last Failure to Register and to Verify arrest. Binnert was sentenced to 60 days on his previous charge. The previous charge was for a failure to have his photo updated for the New York State Sex Offender Registry.

Binnert was arraigned in Geneseo Court before Judge Houston and remanded to the Livingston County Jail on No Bail, based upon two prior felony convictions.

The arrest was handled by Sheriff’s Investigator Dan Rittenhouse.
Livingston County Sheriff's Office
Livingston County Sheriff's OfficeTuesday, January 24th, 2017 at 12:16pm
YORK: Sheriff Thomas J. Dougherty reports the arrest of a York woman on Grand Larceny charges.

An investigation was conducted by the Criminal Investigation division regarding an allegation that Donna Brian, 58 years of age, was using a neighbor’s checking account to pay her own bills online. It was determined that these acts were completed without the neighbor’s knowledge or consent.

Donna Brian was arrested on Monday January 23, 2017 for Grand Larceny 3rd Degree, a Class D Felony.

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

The District Attorney's Office provided a bail recommendation of $5,000 cash or $10,000 bond.

Donna Brian was arraigned before Justice Purtell in York Town Court. The Judge remanded Brian to the custody of the Sheriff on $1,500 cash and $3,000 bond.

Investigation and arrest were handled by Investigator Dan Rittenhouse of the Criminal Investigation Division and Deputy Phyllis Applin of the Sheriff’s Office Civil Division.
Livingston County Sheriff's Office
Livingston County Sheriff's OfficeTuesday, January 24th, 2017 at 6:20am
Geneseo: Sheriff Dougherty advises that most roads in Livingston County have some snow and slippery spots. Our Towns and Highway employees have been out sanding and plowing since early this morning. As of 6:00am we have had no reports of dangerous conditions, nor have we had any reported motor vehicle accidents.

Please drive Safe and have a great day.
Livingston County Sheriff's Office
Livingston County Sheriff's OfficeMonday, January 23rd, 2017 at 11:16am
On Saturday, January 21, 2017 from 10A to 2P there was a Child Car Seat Check Event at the Lakeville D.O.T., 5543 Lakeville Road, Geneseo.

Through the efforts of Certified Child Seat Technicians from Cornell Cooperative Extension, Officers of the Nunda Police Department, and three Deputy Sheriffs from the Livingston County Sheriff's Office, a total of 29 Car Seats were checked resulting in 19 new Car Seats being issued to children.

Child seats, including booster seats, and safety belts help save kids’ lives. Motor vehicle crashes are the leading cause of death for children age 4 to 14 years old, it should also be pointed out that 8 out of 10 child safety seats are improperly installed.

Remember, every child under age 16 in the vehicle must use a safety restraint. If under age four, he or she must be properly secured in a federally approved child safety seat that is attached to a vehicle by a safety belt or universal child restraint anchorage (LATCH) system.

A child under age four who weighs more than 40 pounds may be restrained in a booster seat with a lap and shoulder belt. A child of age 4, 5, 6 or 7, must use a booster seat with lap and shoulder belt or a child safety seat (The child and safety restraint system must meet the height and weight recommendations of the restraint manufacturer.)

The next scheduled Child Safety Seat Check is Saturday, February 16, 2017 at the Lakeville D.O.T. , 5543 Lakeville Road, Geneseo from 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM.

Any questions please call our Community Policing Deputy- Livingston County Sheriff's Deputy Mike Didas at (585) 243-7100.

(Pictured is Deputy Mike Didas helping a family with a child seat)
Livingston County Sheriff's Office
Livingston County Sheriff's OfficeThursday, January 19th, 2017 at 7:28am
MEDIA CONTACT: Heather Grant, Grants & Public Information Coordinator
(585) 243-7051


Geneseo, NY… The Livingston County Board of Supervisors is pleased to announce the Transition Phase of a multi-year, multi-discipline, communications upgrade project at the Livingston County Emergency Communications Center (911). On January 19th at approximately 6:00am the Sheriff’s Office Communications Division will officially transition all public safety agencies over to the new radio communications system.

Motorola Solutions was awarded the contract to transition Livingston County to a state of the art, Astro 25 Phase II TDMA VHF Trunked Radio System in 2015. Over the course of the last two years, the project management team has assisted in the design, construction, and procurement of a system that will place all public safety entities on one radio system, with the ability to communicate across all public safety disciplines.

"These upgrades will transition all first responders within the county onto one radio solution that will vastly improve abilities to respond to emergencies, and communicate effectively, both within the county and regionally," Sheriff Dougherty said. "I am proud of the project management team the county has assembled to undertake this critical task. The relationships we enjoy with our federal, state, county, town, and village public safety agency partners are essential for our continued success. It is because of these relationships that we continue to see positive progress for our community."

The ability to fund a project of this magnitude comes from the awards that were distributed through a State-funded competitive grant program supporting regional communications partnerships throughout New York State. Over the past three years Livingston County has received approximately $10 million from the New York State Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Services to complete the needed upgrades. Over $2.3 million was dedicated to radios and subscriber equipment for first responders operating in Livingston County.

"This is exciting news, years in the making”, stated County Administrator Ian Coyle. Interoperability and clear communication channels are must-haves for public safety in 2017. Funding was crucial to the success of this program as our county would not have been able to undertake this effort without significant state grant support. Kudos to our Project Management Team as they collaborated on the herculean task of managing this system change. Finally, a special thanks to the local fire, ambulance, police and highway professionals who use this system daily to communicate regarding public safety responses. We are extremely fortunate to have such dedicated public servants in our community."

Mr. Eric Gott, Chairman of the Livingston County Board of Supervisors said, "Our 911 system upgrade is a classic example of Livingston County government, in conjunction with local volunteers and others in the public safety community, coming together in a cooperative effort to both improve services and save taxpayer dollars. Emergency response technology is not a nicety, it's a necessity, and I am pleased to report that these system updates will position our first responders with the technology and information infrastructure backbone they need to support crucial boots-on-the-ground services and programs."

Although this transition is a milestone for the county, the county will continue to move forward in keeping up with the technology available. “This this is a proud day, and we are committed to continued progress,” Undersheriff Matthew Bean said. The Sheriff’s Office is also in the beginning stages of upgrading its computer systems and Computer Aided Dispatching, while moving towards NG911 capabilities.

“Fully transitioning to Next Generation 911 across the state is expected to exceed $2.2 billion over the coming years”, stated Undersheriff Bean. “Unfortunately, not all the fees charged on home or cell phone bills comes back to the local PSAP, and not all cell phone users are charged this fee. Our citizens deserve a dedicated revenue stream from our state government to fully fund and maintain these critical systems.”
Livingston County Sheriff's Office
Livingston County Sheriff's OfficeThursday, January 19th, 2017 at 7:15am
*PLEASE SHARE** Residents that listen in on our Police, Fire and EMS frequencies in Livingston County please be advised that your scanners will no longer function on our new system as of 6am this morning.

We have transitioned to our new radio system countywide. If you wish to listen in, you will need to purchase a new scanner that is digital phase 2 capable. Unfortunately the cost of these are between $400-$600.

If you listen in via the internet, we are told that users have already set up a digital system so you can continue to use your scanning apps.