posted on October 01, 2010 07:16
Batavia’s Suzanne Corona, whose sexual frolic on a picnic table this summer earned her 15-minutes of international fame, is in possible trouble again.
The owner of South Beach restaurant says he will press charges against Corona for allegedly attempting to steal food and then trashing the buffet table during yesterday’s lunch hour.
Owner Ken Mistler says the 41-year-old Corona had to be restrained while police were called.
Mistler said the fracas cost him $1,000 worth of food that had to be thrown away.
No arrest has been made. Batavia Police say charges are pending.
Corona was taken to UMMC for treatment of a back injury she said she suffered while being restrained.
New Yorkers are paying more for a shopping spree.
Starting today, the state is eliminating tax-free purchases on clothing and shoes under $110.
The exemption will return, but will only count on sales under $55.
Republican gubernatorial candidate Carl Paladino is threatening to file trespassing charges against a New York City newspaper. Paladino alleges that photographers from the "New York Post" were peering into the home of his ten year-old daughter.
The disagreement boiled over Wednesday night with a screaming match between Paladino and the paper's state editor, whom Paladino accused of being bias for Democrat Andrew Cuomo. The "Post" says the allegations about the photographers are not true and that the campaign must be mixing up their staff members with other news outlets.
A Rochester teenager has been found guilty of killing a group home worker in Niagara County. After four weeks of testimony and ten hours of deliberation the jury found 19-year-old Anthony Allen guilty of second degree murder in the dearth of 24-year-old Renee Greco.
Greco was the only supervisor on duty at the time.
Family and friends of Greco say she was concerned for her safety while she was overseeing violent teen boys by herself and was planning to find a new job
Construction on a replacement for the Peace Bridge could start as soon as 2012. Officials with the Peace Bridge Authority say if they can meet that goal they may be eligible for $100-million from the Canadian government.
Opponents of the design say it is not grand enough to serve as the entryway to the U.S.
Fisher Price has recalled around ten-million toys because of safety concerns. They include inflatable balls, tricycles, and small toy cars. In addition, Fisher Price recalled almost a million high chairs. Consumers can call the Fisher Price hotline at 1-800-432-5437 to find out more about the recalls.