Saturday, April 9, 2022

"It's A Small World Afterall ..."

Rochester Man: Indictment filed
in Le Roy home-invasion attack

Rochesterian Kenrey D. Benjamin
A Genesee County grand jury has filed an indictment against a Rochester man accused of entering a Le Roy apartment and attacking a man with a knife.

Kenrey D. Benjamin, 36, is charged with two counts of first-degree burglary, class B violent felonies punishable by up to 25 years in prison, third-degree criminal possession of a weapon and attempted first-degree assault.

Benjamin is accused of entering an apartment at 66 Lake St. on Oct. 17 and attacking a man with the intent of causing serious injury, according to the indictment.

Kenrey was arrested after a traffic stop in January in Le Roy and had warrants for three felonies stemming from the alleged attack.

Benjamin has been off parole since Sept. 30, 2020 after serving a five-year prison term for assault in Monroe County, his second prison term. He also served a two-year term for weapons possession in 2004.

Three others also were indicted by the grand jury:

Thomas J. Wolcott, 37, of Bergen is charged with felony criminal contempt of court for violating an order of protection. The charge is a felony because he was convicted of misdemeanor contempt in 2020.

Jaeqeule M. Tomlin, 28, of Batavia is charged with felony third-degree criminal mischief and harassment for damaging property and harassing a person.

Marcus T. Hill, 29, of Rochester is charged with felony aggravated unlicensed operation. He has 17 license suspensions.

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