Farmington woman and Rochester man face charges after deputies say the two were involved in a disturbance at Roseland Bowl

A Farmington woman and a Rochester man face charges after deputies say the two were involved in a disturbance at the Roseland Bowl in Hopewell.

According to Ontario County Sheriff’s deputies, Petal L. Sharp, 39, of Farmington, was charged with aggravated driving while intoxicated under Leandra’s Law (with a child less than 15 years old in the vehicle); first degree aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle; common law DWI; disorderly conduct; endangering the welfare of a child; resisting arrest; second-degree harassment; and failure to comply with a police officer.

Deputies said Sharp failed to stop for deputies after leaving the scene of the disturbance she was having with a man at the bowling alley. The man was James L. Toole, 45, of Rochester. Deputies said after she was finally stopped, Sharp was found to be driving while intoxicated with a conditional driver’s license, pending court prosecution for blood alcohol count on a separate incident. When stopped and questioned at the bowling alley, deputies said Sharp yelled profanity. She also resisted arrest, elbowing a deputy in the face and kicking another deputy in the arm.

Sharp was taken to Ontario County Jail where deputies said she refused to take a breath test to determine alcohol in her blood. Sharp will be arraigned in Canandaigua City Court and answer the charges at a later date in Hopewell Town Court.

Toole was charged with endangering the welfare of a child following the altercation at Roseland Bowl. Toole is being held for pre-arraignment detention in Ontario County Jail. Toole is to appear in Hopewell Town Court later to answer the charges.