There will be a strict new gun control law in New York State if it passes in the Assembly and it is expected to today. It was passed in the senate late last night, many are calling it the toughest in the nation. The bill aims it’s sites on assault rifles, high-capacity clips of ammunition. It also calls for the halt of sales of assault gun sales immoderately & registry of a private gun sales. . Senator Mike Nozzolio voted against the bill. The bill will voted upon by the New York State Assembly today. It is expected to pass easily…
The incident on Christmas eve in Webster has prompted a “Webster Provision” in the gun control bill. That’s what Governor Cuomo is calling it. The provision would call for a life-without parole prison sentence for anyone who kills a first responder The provision was named after the Christmas Eve shooting that killed two West Webster firefighters and injured two others.
Five years in jail & another five years of probation for a Geneva man after pleading guilty to Burglary charges. Police believe Kyle Schroeder to have committed burglaries in several counties in 2011.
Also in Geneva, Police say they have charged Roger Lee Wiggins of State Route 5 with Assault and endangering the welfare of a child after a domestic incident with his wife last night. Wiggins committed to the Ontario County Jail on 25 thousand dollars cash bail.
Guilty the plea by a Rochester man accused of possessing of child pornography. Police searched Douglas Tatner’s house after a witness reportedly saw child pornography on his computer. The 33-year-old Tatner will be sentenced in May. He could get up to ten years in prison and a quarter of a million dollar fine.
A Canandaigua man facing Petit larceny charges after allegedly stealing steaks from Tops Market. Ronald Michael Smith was issued an appearance ticket in Canandaigua Town Court to answer the charges.
April 8th. That’s the date for the start of the trial of a Perinton man accused killing his wife. Doug Irish allegedly stabbed his wife to death in October of 2011.
Don De Smith is turning in his badge. De Smith has spent more than 40 years with the Ontario County Sheriff’s Department. He has been chief deputy for the last 30 years. De Smith’s retirement starts February 1st….
And, there is another way to honor the fallen and injured West Webster firefighters as The Rochester Amerks will wear a special patch on their jerseys in their game on Monday January 21. After the game the jerseys with the special patch will be auctioned off online with proceed going to the West Webster Fire Department.
Meanwhile over 10,000 fans came out to watch the Buffalo Sabres Scrimmage last night. the Sabres start their regular season this Sunday at home vs. the Philadelphia Flyers.By the way, That game on NBC on Sunday at 12:30pm. …