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Deputies: Waterloo man held on no bail after throwing rocks through Byrne Dairy window, leading officers on chase

The Seneca County Sheriff’s Office reports the arrest of a 42-year-old Waterloo man on a felony criminal mischief charge after an incident at a local Byrne Dairy, which led to a brief foot chase.

According to deputies, Alan White, 42, of Waterloo wash charged with third-degree criminal mischief – a Class E felony. He was also charged with reckless endangerment, obstructing a government official, and trespassing.

Deputies say that White threw rocks through the window of a Byrne Dairy store along Routes 5&20 in Waterloo. One of the rocks was said to have nearly hit the clerk working inside.

When deputies located the man in the area, a brief foot chase ensued. Deputies say that White was taken into custody with the assistance of New York State Police, Geneva PD, and Waterloo PD.

White was turned over to corrections and arraigned in Seneca County CAP court. He’s being held at the Seneca County Correctional Facility on no bail.

Deputies say White is scheduled to appear in Waterloo Town Court at a later date.


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