Relatives of a man arrested in Canandaigua near a 7-Eleven convenience store are sharing their story after the suspect provided false identification to law enforcement.
The arrest took place on South Main Street near the 7-Eleven, when an individual originally identified as 42-year-old Jason Hopf, of Geneva, obstructed traffic.
Police said in a release that Hopf was charged with disorderly conduct.
However, FingerLakes1.com has learned that the individual arrested was actually 36-year-old Kenneth Marvin Jr., of Geneva.
A family member contacted our newsroom letting us know that when Marvin was taken into custody he provided a false identity.
Police have not yet released an update on charges. However, an update is expected in the coming days.
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