Vehicle chase in Scio NY, DWI, and child endangerment arrests
Michael T. Baldwin Reports
Regional Police News
State Police took a Friendship man into custody early Friday after a high-speed vehicle pursuit in the Town of Scio. State Police said 33-year-old Beau D. Eck was allegedly driving westbound on County Road 9 and refused to comply with red lights and siren. Several other troopers responded to the area before Eck crashed. Police communications on Broadcastify said the vehicle was traveling at “over 100 mph.” Troopers charged Eck with felony first-degree aggravated unlicensed operation (alcohol), fleeing police, driving while intoxicated and reckless driving. Eck reportedly had multiple complaints of pain and Wellsville Ambulance and Scio fire were dispatched to the scene. Arraigned in court, Eck was remanded to the Allegany County Jail. Bail was fixed at $15,000 cash or $40,000 bond. Further court action is pending.
During a traffic stop in the Town of Genesee, state police arrested a male, 79, of Friendship. He was charged with DWI and having a blood alcohol content above .08%. He was released on a court appearance ticket.
Six months after receiving a complaint in the Village of South Corning, state police arrested Charles F. Woodrow, 47, of Corning. He was charged with 10 counts of promoting an obscene sexual performance by a child under 17 and 10 counts of possession of an obscene sexual performance by a child. All are felony crimes. He was detained.
Village of Bath police arrested 45-year-old Michael W. Parrish, described as homeless in the Bath area. After investigation, he was taken into custody and charged with driving while ability impaired by drugs, aggravated unlicensed operation, criminal possession of a controlled substance and several traffic infractions. Parrish was released on appearance tickets for court.