Genesee Man and Woman Jailed after Felony Search Warrant

GENESEE – A Genesee man and woman are behind bars following a felony search warrant at a Hickox/Ulysses Road residence on October 5.

State Police say they assisted NY State Police with a felony warrant at the residence of Christopher M. Dexter, age 29, and Teresa A. Seibert, age 27, both of 422 Hickox/Ulysses Road at approximately 9:25 a.m.

Police say while conducting a search of the residence, they found Dexter hiding in a cubby area of a child’s bedroom.

Dexter was charged and arraigned via criminal complaint with the following in District Court 55-4-01; Arrest Prior to Requisition(F), and Flight to Avoid Apprehension/Punishment(F3).

Seibert was charged and arraigned via criminal complaint with the following in District Court 55-4-01; 2 counts of Hindering Apprehension or Prosecution(F3), Flight to Avoid Apprehension Trial or Punishment(F3), and Obstructing Administration of Law or Other Government Function(M2).

Dexter was committed to the Potter County Jail without bail.

Seibert was remanded to the Clinton County Jail in lieu of $50,000 straight bail.

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  1. Bill says:

    What were the police searching for? Any idea what the probable cause was?
    I am coming to this site less and less because there is a lack of news, What’s happening to this site? The same picture headlines have been up for quite a while now.

  2. admin says:

    Hi Bill,

    The news release did not say why they were executing a search warrant.

    However, it did imply that Dexter was a fugitive from New York, given NYSP involvement and charges brought against him.

    I know we have not had the amount of news we did before. We are working on that. We have had major issues with people not being able to access the site, and we have spent a great deal of time since Facebook’s update trying to figure out to reach our readers that expect to see our posts on Facebook.

    We have also been working on a website for a local newspaper, which has detracted much of our time recently.

    Bill, thank you for reading CoudyNews, and expect our site to pick back up soon to how it was before.


  3. Bill says:

    Thank you! I am frequently out of the area on business and really enjoy being able to get the local news when I’m away,

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