Middlesex and Rushville Fire Depts., Middlesex Ambulance, and YCSO responded to North Vine Valley Road at 8:17 a.m. Jan. 2 for a pickup truck that had gone over an embankment and overturned. Upon arrival, deputies could not locate the driver. Sheriff Ron Spike said the damage to the truck was so extensive, deputies did not expect to find the driver alive. Upon investigation, Spike said deputies determined the driver had been ejected early in the crash. The next day, they located Devyn K. Maltman, 19, of East Ave., Rochester, at a relative’s house in Rushville. He had sustained only minor injuries to his face and hands. Maltman was charged with 2nd degree aggravated unlicensed operation (AUO), failure to stop at a stop sign, speed not reasonable or prudent, and leaving the scene of a property damage accident. He was released to appear in Middlesex Town Court.
Following a one-car rollover accident around 2:10 a.m. Jan. 7, Matthew Harris, 25, of Rushville was arrested for drunk driving. Ontario County Sheriff’s deputies say that first responders were called to 4481 Middle Road in the town of Gorham for a vehicle reported on its roof. They found Harris trapped inside and unable to get out. He was not injured in the crash, and was helped from the vehicle by Crystal Beach Fire Department and was and checked over by Canandaigua Ambulance. Harris was found to be intoxicated, was charged with DWI, and was released with an appearance ticket for Gorham Town Court.
A one-car rollover accident occurred at 7:55 a.m. Jan. 10 on Rock Stream Road in Starkey. YCSO reports driver Eric D. Shutter, 26, of Rochester, failed to make a curve, and struck a guardrail and a tree. He was not injured and no charges were filed. Dundee Fire and Ambulance and State Troopers also responded.
Louis Perot, 55, of Bootes Road, Middlesex, was arrested Jan. 11 by YCSO on a warrant from Canandaigua City Court charging him with 2nd degree criminal impersonation. Perot was taken to the county line in Rushville where he was turned over to Canandaigua Police.