Two Monroe County citizens are experiencing drug- and weapon-relevant fees following a traffic cease on East Avon-Lima Highway, according to the Livingston County Sheriff’s Business.
Dpeuty Jerry Pilkenton was assigned to the Sheriff’s Business Operation Risk-free Interstate Initiative on March 26 when he stopped a car or truck about 10:45 p.m. for an alleged violation of condition Car and Site visitors Law.
The operator of the automobile was recognized as Walter C. Graham, 30, of Rochester. The passenger in the auto was Qualisha B. Polland, 27, of Rochester. For the duration of the end, the deputy suspected the occupants of becoming included in drug exercise which prompted a roadside investigation.
The investigation alleged that Graham was in possession of about 21.9 grams of suspected cocaine and many goods of drug paraphernalia. For the duration of the investigation, Graham was also observed making an attempt to conceal some of the medicine that had been later seized, the Sheriff’s Workplace said.
A documents check also discovered that Graham’s privileges to run a motor auto in New York were suspended.
A area exam of the compound later on confirmed that it was cocaine.
The investigation also alleged that Polland was in possession of a stun gun, a prohibited weapon.
Graham was billed with two counts of third-degree felony possession of a controlled material, a class B felony felony tampering with actual physical proof, criminally utilizing drug paraphernalia, and 2nd-diploma aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor auto.
Pollard was charged with 3rd-degree felony possession of a weapon, a course D felony, immediately after a data test showed that she had formerly been convicted of a crime, which elevated the stage of the possession demand to a felony. Polland was also on probation.
Each individuals were being turned around to Central Scheduling deputies at Livingston County Jail for processing and pre-arraignment detention. The District Attorney’s Workplace asked for that Graham be unveiled on his very own recognizance as the charged did not qualify for bail below the state Justice Reform Act. It was requested that Polland be held in the custody of the Sheriff in lieu of $5,000 hard cash bail or $10,000 secured bond. Her offenses skilled for bail as she was on probation.
Both equally people had been later arraigned at Livingston County Centralized Arraignment Portion at Livingston County Jail before Village of Geneseo Justice Thomas Bushnell, who launched both of those on their possess recognizance to solution the charges at a later on date.
The Livingston County Community Defender’s Office represented both Graham and Pollard at their arraignments. The District Attorney’s Business did not surface.
Aiding with the investigation for the Sheriff’s Office was Deputy Caleb Nellis.