Seneca County Sheriff’s Police Beat 7/7/10

07/06/2010 – Seneca County Sheriff’s Deputies responded to a personal injury accident on Bostwick Road in the Town of Junius. A motorcycle being operated by Art W. Brand, 51, of 2276 State Route 5&20, Canandaigua, New York was eastbound when he swerved to avoid an animal in the roadway. Brands motorcycle left the shoulder of the roadway coming to rest in ditch on the south side of the roadway. Brand complained of pain to the back of the head and was transported to Geneva General Hospital by North Seneca Ambulance for evaluation. Junius Fire Dept also assisted at the scene. The motorcycle suffered extensive damage and was towed from the scene.07/06/2010- Seneca County Sheriff’s Deputies arrested Annmarie Eckert, age 51, of 153 Steele Road,. Waterloo, NY. Eckert was charged with petit larceny following an investigation into a report that she had allegedly stolen property from a Town of Seneca Falls business earlier in the day valued at $80.95. Eckert who was found to be in possession of the stolen property was issued an appearance ticket for the charge and then released. Eckert is scheduled to appear before the Town of Seneca Falls court on August 12th 2010 at 10:00 a.m. to answer the charge.07/07/2010 – Seneca County Sheriff’s Deputies arrested Jennifer J. Beck, 37, of 508 Limestone Road, Limestone NY on a bench warrant issued out of the Town of Ovid Court for failure to pay a fine related to the charge of Misapplication of Property. Beck was arrested by Chautauqua County Deputies after an unrelated incident where a DMV check revealed the warrant. Beck was turned over to Seneca County Deputies and arraigned in the Town of Ovid Court. Beck was committed to the Seneca County Jail in lieu of $618.00 cash bail and is scheduled to re appear on 7/8/10 at 7pm.07/07/2010 – Seneca County Sheriff’s Deputies responded to a motor home fire at the residence of John S. Hubbell of 9795 Congress Street Extension, Trumansburg, NY. The fire started in the motor home at about 4:39 am and also caused damaged to a nearby pickup truck. The motor home and pick up truck are fully insured with damages estimated at about $35,000. Trumansburg Fire Department cited possible electrical malfunctions as the cause of the fire. The motor home was unoccupied at the time of the fire

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