Thursday, March 17, 2022

An Elba two-time con faces 
slew of charges in four incidents

A Hundredmark Road man who has served two state prison terms is facing a number of charges for a series of crimes he allegedly committed during the past week.

Matthew S. Williams, 34, was arrested by Genesee County sheriff’s deputies March 10 and charged with endangering the welfare of a child and harassment. Deputies said he head-butted a person in front of a child.

On Saturday, state police leveled more charges against Williams for three separate incidents.

On March 8, Williams allegedly stole items from a location in Barre, Orleans County. He was charged with third-degree grand larceny, a felony punishable by up to seven years in prison.

A day after he was arrested by deputies, Williams allegedly stole a car and violated an order of protection that was placed against him for the head-butting incident.

He was charged with third-degree unauthorized use of a motor vehicle and criminal contempt of court.

And on Saturday, Williams again allegedly violated an order of protection and was charged with criminal contempt of court. He was issued appearance tickets in all the cases and is to appear at a later date in Town Court.

Williams has served two state prison terms: He was convicted of burglary and grand larceny in 2012 and served two years and five months of a one- to three-year term; In 2018, he was convicted of grand larceny after series of thefts, including stealing catalytic converters and was sentenced to two to four years in prison.

He was released to parole in January 2020 and was on parole until Jan. 2 of this year.

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