posted on April 28, 2010 07:23
A case of child pornography in Attica.
44-year-old William J. Northrup the 3rd has been arrested by State and Attica Police on charges of promoting a sexual performance by a child.
Police say they recovered several images of child porn from Northrup’s computer.
Northrup is locked-up this morning on $25,000 bail.
A two-car accident on Route 33 in Stafford sent one woman to UMMC.
Genesee County Sheriff’s Deputies say 53-year-old Ann Sewart of Prole Road, Stafford, was westbound on Rt. 33 when her car collided with another vehicle driven by 23-year-old Nicole Yeo of Warsaw. Yeo was charged with failure to yield the right of way. Sewart was taken to UMMC for treatment of chest injuries.
A Wyoming County woman has been arrested for allegedly driving drunk with her three children in the car. 31-year-old Kelly Ann Holderer of East Genesee Street, Perry, is charged under the state’s new, Leandra’s law – making it a felony to drive drunk, with children in the car.
When Holderer’s car was stopped early yesterday morning on Route 246 in the Town of Perry, deputies found her three children inside the vehilce. The children were five, seven and ten years old.
Kelly Holderer was given a breath test and registered a BAC of .21-percent. The legal limit is .08-percent.
It’s a Grand Re-Opening Saturday for Farrell Gas on Ellicott St. The party will benefit the Red Cross and - give you gas!
Governor Paterson is calling on state lawmakers to pass his budget. The governor wants the Senate and Assembly to take simple up or down votes on his Executive Budget today. The state-spending plan is already four weeks late. Paterson says every day that passes costs the state money.
If lawmakers do not pass his plan, the governor is calling for both houses to resume work every day next week.
More than 700 General Motors jobs will be staying at the factory in Tonawanda. The car maker has announced a $400-million investment to have the plant manufacture the next generation of V-8 engines. That will preserve 710 jobs at the facility. Laid off workers will have the first chance to get the jobs that are created from the project.
The Finger Lakes region has high rates of some of the most common sexually transmitted diseases. That's according to a report from Excellus Blue Cross BlueShield. The data shows the region has the highest rate of chlamydia in upstate New York. Cases of gonorrhea were above the state average. The report examined infection rates for the five most common STD's which also include HIV, AIDS and syphilis. The study looked at the years 2005 through 2007.