>Rushford man admits vehicular manslaughter
BELMONT -- A Rushford man will serve six months in Allegany County Jail after a guilty plea to second-degree vehicular manslaughter.
Toby J. Taylor, 20, also was assessed a $270 surcharge and placed on probation for five years by Allegany County Judge James E. Euken.
District Attorney Terrence M. Parker said Taylor was drunk and driving recklessly Nov. 12 in Rushford, causing the death of James D. Bliss. Taylor also had been charged with driving while intoxicated, but his manslaughter plea cleared that charge, Parker said.
>Man indicted in attack with knife after break-in
BELMONT -- A Friendship man was indicted Wednesday on second-degree attempted murder and other charges.
Michael J. Deming, 23, also was charged with first-degree burglary and third-degree criminal weapon possession, Allegany County District Attorney Terrence M. Parker said.
Deming is accused of entering a Town of Wirt home without permission Jan. 1 and attacking someone with a knife.
The grand jury Wednesday also charged Eric Cline, 27, of Belmont, with felony driving while intoxicated and first-degree aggravated unlicensed operation. Parker said he was charged Dec. 21 in Belmont.
Both will be arraigned when a judge is assigned to the cases.
>3 Scio residents indicted in Bolivar burglary
BELMONT -- An Allegany County grand jury Wednesday indicted three Scio residents on burglary charges stemming from a Bolivar break-in June 15.
Kimberly N. Sherlock, 18; Christy L. Sherlock, 41; and Keith Middaugh, 32, all of Irons Road, are each charged each with two counts of third-degree burglary, according to Assistant District Attorney Andrew Cornell.
Their arraignments are to be scheduled when a judge draws the cases.