posted on October 22, 2013 07:19
The Genesee County Grand Jury has reported its latest indictments.
Two of those indicted are registered sex offenders who have served time in the past for violent crimes.
36-year-old Jon Magliocco of Batavia is named in a 17-count indictment charging him with rape.
The indictment alleges Magliocco had sexual contact each day for nearly a week with a person under the age of 17.
The incidents allegedly occurred in a tent in the Town of Batavia and in a home on Watson Street in the City.
Back in 2008 Magliocco spent a year for having sexual contact with a 13-year-old.
45 year old Patrick Hackett has been indicted on a third-degree rape charge.
The 45-year-old was convicted in 1993 of first-degree rape and kidnapping involving two women.
This most recent indictment alleges Hackett raped a 15-year-old girl in the Town of Batavia last April.
The Grand Jury has also handed up indictments against two more men:
34-year-old Michael Kraatz has been indicted on felony counts of robbery and grand larceny.
The indictment accuses Kraatz of entering the Batavia Seven-Eleven store on October 6th, threatening the clerk and stealing money.
Aaron W. Clark is accused of breaking into a South Bennett Heights home in the Town of Batavia and stealing a dozen credit, debit and gift cards.
He’s indicted on a felony burglary charge as well as 11 counts of criminal possession of stolen property.
A new study says a majority of New Yorkers favor a controversial initiative on the November 5th ballot. A new Sienna poll says 56-percent of New Yorkers favor Prop One to allow casino expansion.
Hillary Clinton is coming to Buffalo tomorrow.
The former First Lady and U.S. senator is scheduled to appear at the University at Buffalo's Alumni Arena.
Clinton will be paid for the speech. How much,…has not been disclosed.