Man indicted on stabbing charge

BATAVIA — An Oakfield man was indicted by a Genesee County grand jury on charges that he slashed a person with a knife and threatened to kill two other people during a fight in July.

Michael T. Martinez, 37, of Church Street is charged with two counts of third-degree criminal possession of a weapon, attempted second-degree assault, second-degree assault, menacing and two counts of harassment.

Martinez is accused of slashing a woman with a knife and trying to stab another woman during an altercation July 21.

Genesee County sheriff’s deputies said at the time of his arrest that Martinez also punched both women and threatened to kill them and also used a metal pipe while making the threats.

He also threatened to shoot another person.

Martinez was one of four people recently indicted by the grand jury, including:

n Justice C. Coniglio, 31, of Buffalo is charged with second-degree assault on a police officer, resisting arrest and obstruction of governmental administration.

He was arrested after police were called to Bloomingdale Road on Tonawanda Seneca Nation for a report that a man had been hit in the head with a beer bottle.

Coniglio allegedly became combative with police and injured an officer.

His brother, Jarrot, 28, was previously indicted on assault charges.

n Pamela A. Morrow, 61, of Le Roy is charged with felony DWI.

n Shacerie M. Rivera, 24, of Batavia is charged with second-degree assault, criminal possession of a weapon and obstruction of governmental administration.

She is accused of stabbing a woman during a fight in the city July 13.

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