Woman arraigned for allegedly stealing $20k in Lottery tickets
Holley man sentenced to state prison for repeated DWIs
ALBION – A Medina resident was arraigned in Orleans County Court today for allegedly stealing $20,000 worth of lottery tickets from Curvin’s News and Smoke Shop.
Kim Capstick, 51, of Medina was an employee at Curvin’s from February 2011 to June 2012 when the alleged thefts occurred.
She was charged with one count of third-degree grand larceny and arraigned by County Court Judge James Punch.
The judge in court today also sentenced a Holley resident to one to three years in state prison for repeated charges of driving while intoxicated.
Peter Tardge, 34, was arrested in the town of Murray for DWI in July 2012. Tardge has prior DWI convictions.
“You’ve worked your way up the ladder with all your prior DWIs,” Punch told Tardge during the sentencing. “You’ve been in probation, the local county jail and now state prison.”
Punch also revoked Tardge’s license for a year. He said the Holley resident has a drinking problem and an inability to control his anger.