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The male half of last summer's frolic in Farrall Park has turned himself in to Batavia City Court.

Justin Amend, formerly of Oakfield, had pleaded guilty to a charge of public lewdness in connection with the caper that led to a similar charge against Batavia's Suzanne Corona.

But Amend moved to Florida and failed to show up in court for his original sentencing date. City Court Justice Robert Balbick had issued a warrant for Amend's arrest.

By moving out of state, Amend negated the terms of a plea deal that guaranteed him no jail time. Amend could now face up to 90 days in jail.

His new sentencing date is next week.


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