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Charges have now been filed by Macedon Police in connection with a high speed chase that ended in Rochester. Arrested is 48 year old Charles Dommicello and charged with burglary, criminal possession of a weapon, reckless endangerment, police may also charge Domicello with driving under the influence of drugs. Domicello and tow other women are accused of robbing a Macedon store. Police found several items from other stores after the crash.
A Geneva man is charged with petit larceny after allegedly stealing women’s Bras from the Geneva Walmart and then trying to return them to the store for a refund. Lyle Isbell charged with Petit Larceny, Falsifying Business Records,
Aggravated Unlicensed Operation of a vehicle, and Driving an Unregistered vehicle.
An accident early yesterday morning has led to an arrest of a Naples woman. Ontario County sheriff’s say 22 Danielle Miller crashed her car into a tree on route 53. Miller along with her passenger 24 year old Andrew Jackson of Stanley taken to FF Thompson hospital for their injuries. Miller charged with DWI.
Before you know it it will be outdoor concert time again and CMAC already announcing an artist in it’s summer line up. The first act named is Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons. They will perform on July 19th.
“Hunger Games” stayed on top at the box office over the weekend bringing in 116 millions dollars. “Frozen” the Disney animated film came in second with 93 million in ticket sales.
Toronto Mayor Rob Ford riled up the crowd at the Rogers Center during the Buffalo Bills game yesterday. Ford showed up at the game wearing a Fred Jackson jersey.
The Buffalo Bills fumbled late in the game and again in Overtime which allowed
Matt Bryant to kick a 36-yard field goal 3 minutes into overtime as the Atlanta Falcons won 34-31 over the Bills in Buffalo’s annual “home” game in Toronto.
The Syracuse Orange preparing tomorrow night’s at the Dome against Indiana. The two teams played earlier this during the NCAA Tournament when Syracuse won 61-50 over Hoosiers who were the number one seed in their bracket. Syracuse went on to the final four.
The Buffalo Sabres are off until Thursday when the host the New York Rangers.
The Rochester Americans will skate again on Wednesday when they will host the Utica Devils at the Blue Cross Arena. Puck drops at 7:05pm.
A high wind warning in effect until 1:00 pm. strong winds gust up to 60 mph for all of Wayne, Ontario & Monroe counties. Watch for flying debris and debris on the road. Many trash bins reported in the road.
Down to about 100 people waking up in the dark this morning. There were 3,600 people in Webster without power for several hours. over 3,800 R,G & E customers in all lost power. In Wayne County all customers reported back on and All but two customer in Ontario County have been restored.
A fatal car accident in Geneva. It ha[ened on routes 5 & 20.Police say 70 year old Charlotte Ghaly’s car crossed over the yellow line and crashed head on. She was taken to Geneva General where she died. The driver of the other car suffered a leg injury. Also Ghaly’s 3 year old grandson suffered a head injury and taken to the hospital. The investigation continues.
It was opening weekend of deer season and there were three reported deaths. Police report two hunters in separate incidents, one from Dunkirk and another from Porter found dead of natural causes. State police report a Long Island man has died after being shot in the chest while hunting near Cooperstown.
A domestic dispute call has led to the arrest of an Arcaidia man on forgery Charges. Police say they repsonded to call on Stebbins Road, where they arrested Kevin McClouth. McClouth allegedly had been writing checks out of his father-in-lws checking acount to fund a drug habit. McClouth Arraigned and bail set at 2000.00. Police say the investigation continues and more charges are likely.
Canandaigua residents will have a chance to sound tonight at a public hearing on Fracking in Ontario county. The meeting will be held as part of the Canandaigua town board meeting.
Petit larceny charges facing a Palmyra Woman. Police say 18 year old Amanda Swartz allegedly stole items from Spencer Gifts in Eastview Mall. She issued an appearance ticket for Ontario County Court and will appear at a later dates to answer the charges.
There were more than footballs flying at the Buffalo Bills game yesterday. A fan fell from the 300 level and onto another fan in the level below. it happened just before half time. Both men taken to a Buffalo hospital with injuries. Neither injury life threatening.
The Wayne Central School Dirtrict has released a statement on their website about the bus driver that was involved in a head on crash with her personal vehicle on Route 350 in Walworth last week. 45 year old Julynn Criscoulo earlier on that day had been pulled off her school bus for suspicion of being under the influence and was taken to a private facility and tested for alcohol or drugs. If you want read the full statement log onto http://www.wayne.k12.ny.us
A turn of events in the Karl Karlsen trial, court proceedings were canceled yesterday as Karlsen has accepted a plea deal offered. Karlsen has plead guilty to second degree murder. Karlsen had been charged in connection the death of his son in 2008. Kalsens’ son was crushed to death when the truck that he was working on fell on him. Karlsen had taken out a 700,000 insurance policy just days before his son Levi’s death. Kalrsen is expected to be sentenced next month.
Today’s the day the National Toy Hall of Fame is inducting two toys into its class of 2013. the two toys were selected from 12 finalists. The finalists are: Bubbles, chess, the board game Clue, the scooter Fisher-Price Little People, little green Army men, the Magic 8 Ball, My Little Pony, the rubber duck, Nerf toys, the Pac-Man video game, and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. There will be a ceremony today at the Strong Museum of Play.
Syracuse kicker Ryan Norton will be back in uniform and kicking for the Orange this weekend against Maryland. Norton was suspended by the team last week for violating team rules. Norton had been arrested for underage drinking and resisting arrest.
Speaking of the Orange. The Syracuse basketball program is sold nearly 21 thousand season tickets and is about 10 percent above ticket sales from last year. The Orange open their regular season tomorrow night against Cornell. It will be their first game as a member of the ACC.
The Rochester Americans win at home last night. The Amerks scored two goals in the first period and never looked back winning 5-3 over the Hamilton Bulldogs. The Amerks play a home tomorrow night against Binghampton at the BCA.
The Buffalo Sabres look to make it two wins in a row tonight when they play tonight the second of a three game west coast swing. the Sabres and Kings face off at 10:30 pm.
Thursday night football tonight as the Minnesota Vikings host the Washington Redskins. Our coverage of the game begins at 8:00 pm here on your hometown sports station.
Spikes is celebrating a birthday today. The Rochester Red Wings mascot is 17 today. A big party is planned for the beloved Red Wings cheerleader with children at the French Road school.