Several arraigned in Orleans County Court

By Tom Rivers, Editor Posted 21 June 2016 at 12:00 am

ALBION – Orleans County Court Judge James Punch arraigned several people in court for crimes in the county, including burglaries, larcenies and driving while intoxicated.

The following were arraigned:

Daniel Brusie, 40, of Medina was arraigned for fourth-degree grand larceny for allegedly stealing a lawn mower on March 30. He is a persistent felon with two prior felonies, four misdemeanors and three probation revocations, said Judge Punch, who set bail at $100,000.

Evan J. Vanskiver, 24, of Lawrence Road in Hilton was arraigned for felony DWI and criminal possession of a stolen property. He was allegedly driving a stolen vehicle when he was arrested for DWI in Albion on Feb. 25.

He pleaded not guilty. He has a prior felony and two misdemeanors, District Attorney Joe Cardone said in court. The judge set bail at $2,500.

Zachary A. Deville, 22, of Brown Street in Albion and Michael Borrero, 17, of Washington Street in Albion were both arraigned for third-degree burglary, fourth-degree grand larceny, and two counts of criminal mischief in the fourth degree.

The two both allegedly broke into The Vape Shop on East Bank Street in Albion on April 11, damaging a door and a laptop computer, and stealing several items, the DA’s Office said.

Trevor Gray, 22, of Maple Road in Corfu was arraigned on charges of third-degree burglary and fourth-degree criminal mischief. He allegedly broke the window of the EZ Shop in Lyndonville, while attempting to break in on May 11.

A former Medina resident pleaded guilty to criminal mischief in the fourth degree and could face a maximum of a year in jail when he is sentenced on Sept. 26. Hamzah Abdur-Rasheed, 22, formerly of East Center Street in Medina admitted in court to damaging a door on May 19, 2014.