posted on October 17, 2012 07:20
A Pembroke woman who allegedly supplied child pornography to a man later convicted of molesting a toddler has pleaded guilty one count of possession of child porn.
53-year-old Beverly Hensel of Alleghany Road could get an intermittent jail term and up to 10 years probation.
Authorities said Hensel supplied child porn to 41-year-old James Little of Batavia.
Little is currently serving a 15-year sentence for molesting a toddler in Batavia last year and has been charged with molesting a second child.
Clayton Scott Whittemore has been indicted on second-degree murder charges for allegedly killing his girlfriend inside her Brockport College dorm room.
Whittemore is being held without bail in the Monroe County Jail.
The 21-year-old was arrested hours after Alexandra Kogut was found dead in her dorm room last month.
Her family had worried after she failed to answer phone calls from relatives.
Tales from the campaign trail:
Democrat Kathy Hochul and Republican Chris Collins met in their first televised debate last night.
Hochul portrayed herself as an independent voice in Congress, while Collins sought to link her to President Obama's agenda.
Recent polls show Collins and Hochul in a virtual tie, with the election less than three weeks away.
Former President Bill Clinton is scheduled to be in Rochester Friday.
Mr. Clinton will lead a rally for Democratic Congressional Candidates Louise Slaughter and Kathy Hochul.
The event, at the Riverside Convention center, is sold out.
The Finger Lakes region has snagged a top spot in TripAdvisor's Wine Destination rankings. The Finger Lakes came in fourth in the tourist website's recent rankings of wine destinations across the United States, coming in behind Sonoma County and Napa Valley in California and the Williamette Valley in Oregon. Local officials say work continues to help promote the Finger Lakes as an affordable "world-class wine region" to oenophiles around the globe.