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How’s this for a house guest.
Albion Police say 40 year old Jeremy M. Cooper was invited to stay with friends in the village.
But according to police, Cooper brought something with him: a camera and he placed it in his friends’ bathroom.
Cooper has been charged with 14 counts of unlawful surveillance, a low grade felony that could get him up to four years in jail.

A Perry man pleads guilty to driving while impaired by drugs and having his child in the car. The incident happened last March in Perry.
30 year old Nichole Darcey pleaded guilty to a felony count.
The child’s mother, Jessica Ruch was also in the car. She was charged with child endangerment.
Darcey and Ruck were also charged with burglarizing a neighbor’s apartment in September and stealing a television.

A Pittsford man is facing hate crime charges for an incident this summer.  Vincent Randazzese was indicted last week for allegedly mocking and yelling racial slurs at an Indian family.  He is accused of throwing the father's phone in the Erie Canal when he tried to call police. 
Randazzese is due in court later this month to answer to five hate crime charges.

In light of sexual abuse allegations, the University at Buffalo is beginning the process to yank Harvey Weinstein's honorary SUNY degree.  Recently several actresses have spoken out accusing the Hollywood producer of sexual harassment, abuse and even rape.  The wheels are in motion but ultimately the decision to strip Weinstein's degree is up to the SUNY Board of Trustees.

Governor Cuomo says healthcare cuts are putting 23-thousand western New York kids at risk.  Yesterday, Cuomo called for Congress to reinstate the Child Health Insurance Plan.  He said when CHIP wasn't renewed this month, it effectively cut one-billion-dollars for children across the state.  Cuomo will have to call state lawmakers back to Albany for a special session if CHIP isn't restored.

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