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Weekend news roundup: Crime, Walgreens, and disciplinary actions

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Michael T. Baldwin Reports

Crime News

After investigating a dog complaint in the Town of Amity September 5th, Amity-based state police report the arrest of Paul W. Cleveland, 52, of Belmont. He was charged with five counts of torture/injure/not feeding an animal as well as five counts of neglect of an impounded animal. A court appearance is pending.

State Police investigated a larceny from a building in the Town of Wellsville. Within an hour, Troopers arrested a woman, 53, of Wellsville. She was issued a court appearance ticket for petit larceny.

State police arrested a 13-year-old Olean youth. The teen was charged with a felony count of promoting a sexual performance by a child under the age of 17.

During a traffic stop in the Town of Hinsdale, state police arrested a man, 30, of Belfast. He was charged with aggravated DWI and driving while intoxicated as a first offense. The accused was released on an appearance ticket for court.

Walgreens in Wellsville update

There has been a change of plans for the planned closure of the Walgreens Pharmacy at 110 Bolivar Road in Wellsville. The store was forecast to close on Friday, but now it will remain open until October 5th. The new drive-thru pharmacy, located just down the road, is now expected to open October 6th.

NY Board of Regents disciplinary actions

The New York Board of Regents announced disciplinary actions resulting in the revocation of 1 license, surrender of 24 licenses and 1 certificate, and 48 other disciplinary actions. The penalty indicated for each case relates solely to the misconduct set forth in that particular case. In addition, the Board acted upon 2 restoration petitions. Actions taken across the region:

-Grzegorz Maciej Parfianowicz a/k/a Gregory M. Parfianowicz of Elmira and a physical therapist was found guilty of professional misconduct. His penalty was a revocation of his license.

-Kelly A. Charlebois, a Licensed Practical Nurse from Ithaca, had her application for a consent order granted. The parties agreed to a penalty of 1 month actual suspension, 23 months stayed suspension upon return to practice, two years probation and a $500 fine.

-Valorie Ann Stenson, a Registered Professional Nurse from Perry, had her application for a consent order granted. The parties agreed to a penalty of 1 month actual suspension, 23 months stayed suspension upon return to practice, two years probation and a $500 fine.

– Dana Diane Williams, a Registered Professional Nurse from Painted Post, had the application for a consent order granted. The penalty agreed upon – Indefinite actual suspension for no less than 30 days and until fit to practice, upon return to practice, 2 years probation, $500 fine.

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