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A suspect is in custody from the Good Friday robbery of the Fire Star Bank in Pavilion.
Jonathan Mills, along with four other men, were arrested in Westchester County.
Police say the five are considered suspects in various robberies across New York State.
Chief deputy Jerome Brewster with the Genesee County Sheriff’s Office, said Mills is the prime suspect in the Pavilion heist.
Brewster said local lawmen are not sure if the four others arrested with Mills were part of the Pavilion robbery.

A second man involved in a suspected meth-lab in LeRoy has pleaded guilty to federal charges.
33-year-old Christopher Williams of Erie Street is facing up to a year in prison or a fine of 100-thosuand dollars, or both.
His partner, Nicholas Sadwick has already admitted involvement.
When the two were arrested a year ago authorities said their method of making meth was “particularly dangerous.”

Lakeside Health System in Brockport is in cost-cutting mode.  Officials with the facility, which has struggled to compete with larger hospitals in the region, say a plan is in motion that will include layoffs.  Some ten workers will be pink-slipped initially, and at least two dozen more layoffs are expected in the coming days.  Lakeside officials say the hospital has been running a sizable deficit for years.

All apologies from CNN host Anderson Cooper for his snarky remarks Tuesday about Buffalo's Dyngus Day.  The slick news anchor issued an apology on his CNN broadcast last night before chatting up the event with Dyngus Day co-founder Eddy Dobosiewicz.  The host of "Anderson 360" apologized to Dobosiewicz for exploding in a fit of giggles after a Dyngus Day clip was shown on air.  Cooper said, quote, "It's stupid that a grown man giggles like a 13-year-old girl meeting Justin Bieber for the first time."

Sabres coach Lindy Ruff and general manager Darcy Reiger are safe for now.  The "Buffalo News" says despite the team's failure to make the playoffs for the third time in five seasons team president Ted Black is sticking with his coach and GM.  Ruff and Reiger are the NHL's longest-tenured coach and general manager twosome despite having no postseason series victories since 2007. 

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