posted on June 08, 2010 07:19
A Batavia woman charged with adultery is due in city court this afternoon.
41-year-old Suzanne Corona of Osterhout Avenue is also charged with public lewdness along with 29-year-old Justin Amend of Oakfield.
The two were arrested on Friday afternoon allegedly having sex in Farrall Park near Corona’s home.
District Attorney Lawrence Friedman says it’s been more than 20 years since anyone locally has been charged with adultery.
Minutes after Scott Doll was found guilty of killing Joseph Benaquist Genesee County Jail guards found a white powder inside a balloon taped to Doll’s body.
Lab tests now confirm that powder was aspirin. Authorities say even aspirin is not allowed in the jail and the charge of promoting prison contraband will stand. Had the powder turned out to be a controlled substance, additional charges would have been placed. Doll has yet to be sentenced for the murder of Joe Benaquist.
A Rochester man has been jailed in Genesee County on charges of Disorderly Conduct and Resisting Arrest.
LeRoy Police say 32-year-old Jason Brooks of Rochester was involved in a fracas on Mill Street in LeRoy yesterday. When police arrived, Brooks was allegedly using profane language in public and got into a minor scuffle with officers when they placed him under arrest.
Dozens of celebrities and Buffalo sports stars teed off for charity at Jim Kelly's annual fundraising golf tournament. Among those playing in Batavia for a good cause was ESPN's Chris Berman who commended the city for its loyalty. Berman says he predicted a successful season for the Bills back in 1988 and the city has embraced him ever since. The event at the Terry Hills Golf Course was a benefit for former quarterback Jim Kelly's organizations, Hunter's Hope and the Kelly for Kids Foundation.