Grand Larceny charges filed against Canandaigua man accused of hitting parole officer with car
The Canandaigua man shot after allegedly hitting his parole officer with his car during an incident at the Woodridge Motel on Lakeshore Drive in November was officially placed under arrest Wednesday at the Ontario County Jail.
Supreme Hines was charged with two counts of grand larceny after allegedly stealing almost 4-thousand dollars worth of merchandise from the North Face store in Victor on October 8th and October 22nd.
Hines was on parole for a burglary conviction when parole officer Jeffrey Smith went to the motel to take him into custody on a violation warrant after being arrested for stealing liquor from stores in Geneva on October 29th.
Police say Hines attempted to flee when Officer Smith jumped on the hood of his car and fired his service weapon striking the 27-year-old three times.
Since being released from the hospital, Hines has been in Ontario County Jail.
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