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By Lacey Gardner

Felony arrests in the Village of Wellsville

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Police report grand larceny, criminal mischief, and worse

Friday July 7, 2023

Wellsville Police arrested Daniel D. Wood, age 56 of Nunda, charging him with Grand Larceny 4th (Class E Felony) and Issuing a Bad Check (Class A Misdemeanor). The charges stem from a complaint made by Fisher’s Pharmacy, for multiple incidents that took place in June of 2023. Wood was additionally charged with another count of Issuing a Bad Check (Class A Misdemeanor) for a complaint made by Tami’s Floral Expressions, for an incident that took place in May of 2023. Wood was released from the Livingston County Jail and transported to Wellsville. Wood was processed and arraigned before Wellsville Village Justice Thompson. Wood was committed to the Allegany County Jail on no bail. Wood is due back in Wellsville Village Court on August 1st at 4:30 pm.

Saturday July 8, 2023

Wellsville Police arrested Dylan E. Crego, age 27 of Angelica, charging him with Criminal Mischief 3rd (Class E Felony), Assault 3rd (Class A Misdemeanor) and Harassment 2nd (Violation). The charges stem from an incident that took place on North Main Street. Crego was processed and arraigned before Wellsville Village Justice Thompson. Crego was released and is due back in Wellsville Village Court on August 1st at 4:30 pm.

Monday July 10, 2023

Wellsville Police arrested Brayden T. Green, age 20 of Wellsville, charging him with Rape 3rd (Class E Felony), Criminal Sexual Act 3rd (Class E Felony) and Endangering the Welfare of a Child (Class A Misdemeanor). The charges stem from an investigation into incidents that took place on Rauber Street in May of 2023. Green was processed and arraigned before Wellsville Village Justice Thompson. Green was committed to the Allegany County Jail on $5,000.00 cash bail or $10,000.00 property bond or $50,000.00 partially secured bond. Green is due back in Wellsville Village Court on August 1st at 4:30 pm.

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