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Saturday, February 26, 2022

GLOW Region News of Sexual Assault, Violated Orders:
24-count indictment filed against former Batavia man

A former Batavia man indicted in October for domestic violence has been indicted for a second time, a 24-count indictment accusing him of repeated sexual acts with an underage girl.

The indictment against Kaleb J. Bobzien also includes new domestic violence-related charges.

Bobizen, 23, of Lockport, is charged with eight counts of third-degree rape, eight counts of third-degree criminal sexual act, forcible touching, endangering the welfare of a child, three counts of second-degree criminal contempt of court for violating orders of protection and three counts of felony aggravated family offense.

Bobzien is accused of having sexual relations with a child under age 17 on repeated occasions in May and June while in the town of Batavia.

Bobzien, who has a history of domestic violence, was indicted in October and charged with second-degree strangulation, criminal obstruction of breathing, endangering the welfare of a child, two counts of harassment, two counts of criminal mischief, four counts of criminal contempt of court and three counts of tampering with a witness.

Bobzien is accused of choking a woman unconscious and blocking the nose and mouth of a child during an altercation June 24. He also allegedly damaged property, including a vape pen and a child’s backpack.

An order of protection was issued against Bobzien on behalf of both victims. Bobzien allegedly violated the order during the days following the attack.

He also violated the orders again in July and allegedly prevented one of the victims from testifying against him. The new indictment accuses him of violating the orders of protection in November.

Other indictments filed by a Genesee County grand jury:

■ A Le Roy man who fled from a traffic stop in September, leading to a five-hour manhunt, faces six charges.
Arthur J. Brown Jr., 44, is charged with menacing a police officer, second-degree criminal possession of a weapon, tampering with physical evidence, criminal possession of a controlled substance, obstructing governmental administration and driving while impaired by drugs.
-Brown was stopped on Route 33 on Sept. 19 and ran from police.
He is accused of pulling out a handgun as a deputy approached and then fleeing into a cornfield. Numerous agencies arrived to search after deputies heard what they believed were gunshots. The shots were actually cannons used to scare wildlife from crops.
=Brown was found five hours later near Wesbrook Road.

Jillian Antinore, 44, of Batavia is charged with felony DWI, felony aggravated DWI and felony aggravated unlicensed operation.

Nathan W. Stringer, 46, of East Rochester is charged with four counts of aggravated DWI as a felony for having four children in the car and one count of misdemeanor DWI.

Paul A. Inostroza, 31, of Rochester is charged with attempted assault, criminal obstruction of breathing, reckless endangerment and harassment. He allegedly choked a woman and slammed her head against a wall.

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