posted on August 02, 2010 07:22
A Batavia woman attending the East Pembroke Mud Races over the weekend was told by Sheriff’s Deputies not to drive. Deputies said she appeared to be intoxicated.
A short timer later, deputies said they saw 35-year-old Jody Lynn Wetmore of North Spruce Street, pulling out of the parking lot.
She was stopped for DWI and also arrested for a felony under Leandra’s Law for having an 8-year-old passenger in the car.
The bad boys report:
39-year-old Martin Jones of South Main Street, Batavia:
He was arrested on Friday night in Austin Park for urinating in public.
And 56-year-old Phillip Ritter of Rochester was arrested for Public Lewdness on Main Rd in Pembroke, for the same offense as Jones, except Ritter was locked up in lieu of $500 bail.
The former administrator for the village of Bergen is threatening a lawsuit.
Back in May, then newly-elected Mayor Ralph Marsocci appointed a new village administrator, Cortney Gale.
That put previous administrator Stacey Brown out of a job.
Under general municipal law, the mayor has a right to appoint a new administrator. But Stacey Brown says the appointment of Gale was not lawful.Brown said that she was under worker's comp at the time she was replaced. She claims that her jobs must be held for one year for an an employee on workers comp.
Village Mayor Ralph Marsocci tells WBTA in an e-mail that he wanted to appoint someone he had worked with before. Marsocci says Stacey Brown has not made him aware of any concerns she has about not being re-appointed.
For the third time this year, an inmate at the Erie County Holding Center has committed suicide. A 26-year-old male inmate was found hanging from a bed sheet Saturday. This as the U.S. Justice Department continues an investigation of unsafe conditions at the jail including the high suicide rate.
Carl Paladino has completely changed his stance about his prospects if he loses the GOP primary. On Friday, Paladino said he believed his campaign for governor would be over if he lost his primary against Rick Lazio. However, Paladino released a different message over the weekend saying he would continue as a third-party candidate if he lost the primary.
Buffalo Bills fans can get a glimpse into the private lives of legendary quarterback Jim Kelly and his wife Jill.
A new memoir will be released next month, which gives an intimate portrait of life off the field. The book touches on subjects including the death of the couple's son Hunter and their discovery of religion. Jill Kelly wrote most of the book with some passages by Jim. The couple says after all the hardships they are closer than ever today. The release is slated for September 9th.