Wednesday, June 4, 2014

Canandaigua, NY Police officer Wayne Fenton Charged With Assaulting Wife, Drug Possession, and Running a Marijuana Growing Operation

Canandaigua, NY Police officer
Wayne Fenton
By Davy V.

As a police officer and detective with the Canandaigua, NY Police Department, officer Wayne Fenton made countless arrests for domestic violence and drug posession.

Now, Fenton, 45, finds himself on the other side of the law, as just one more dirty cop who got busted.

Ironically, for domestic violence, and drug posession.

Saturday night, Canandaigua, NY Police officer Wayne Fenton, who retired from the departnent last year as a detective, and recently returned in the capacity of a patrol officer, attacked his wife.

Yep, it appears Fenton tried to choke and strangle his wife, Rebeca Laware inside their North Road home.

Then, when Rebeca Laware called 911, officer Fenton fled.

Upon arriving at the home, Ontario County, NY Sheriffs deputies discovered that Canandaigua Police officer Wayne Fenton had a marijuana growing operation in the home.

Officer Fenton turned himself in to the Ontario County Sheriffs Office, around 8:30 a.m. Sunday morning.

Officer Fenton was charged with third degree assault, and criminal obstruction of breathing.

Fenton spent less than 3 hours in jail before being released on bail.

According to Ontario County, NY District Attorney Mike Tantillo, Canandaigua Police officer Wayne Fenton will also be charged, along with his wife, with unlawfully growing, and possessing marijuana.

As I think of all the people that Canandaigua Police officer Wayne Fenton arrested, and locked up throughout his career, for the very same exact charges he himself now faces, I guess officer Fenton subscribed to the all too common law enforcement motto of 'Do as I Say, Not as I Do.'

Apparently Canandaigua, NY Police officer Wayne Fenton is not the only one who subscribes to that motto.

In 2012, Ontario County, NY Sheriff's deputies noticed a car driving erratic on North Main St., in Canandaigua, failing to keep right and not signaling to indicate lane change.

So they pulled the vehicle over.

Behind the wheel was 28 year old Nicole Kadien, a Canandaigua, NY Police officer.


Kadien was arrested and charged with DWI.

On the Candaigua, NY Police Department's website, Chief John Welch writes, "Please do not hesitate to contact my office if you have any issues or concerns that may arise."

Yes Chief Welch.

Canandaigua taxpayers have a question.

What the hell is going on with your police department sir?

Canandaigua, NY Police department (585) 396-5030

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