posted on December 02, 2011 07:25
A plea deal is in the works for the suspect facing the most serious charges in a Batavia stabbing earlier this month.
18-year-old Christopher Preedom appeared in Genesee County Court yesterday.
Preedom is accused of using a pair of scissors to stab another man in the eye during an altercation at Woodstock Gardens.
Police said the victim will likely suffer permanent injury from the attack.
Details of the potential plea arrangement were not disclosed.
A Genesee County Grand Jury has indicted a Rochester man for striking a pedestrian in Corfu.
29-year-old Mitchell Irish is charged with Assault, Vehicular Assault and DWI in the June 9th incident.
At the time, Sheriff’s Deputies reported that Irish was driving on Sumner Road in Darien early in the morning, when he struck 18-year-old Iesha Vetter of Varysburg. Iesha was walking across the road at the time.
She suffered head trauma and internal injuries.
A marijuana manufacturer in Wyoming County is sentenced to three years in prison.
36-year-old Jeremy Korczak was convicted of growing pot at his Gainsville home.
During a search of Korczak’s home, police found 250 pot plants, two pounds of packaged pot and 17 loaded firearms.
After his prison term, Korczak will serve another four years of supervised release.
Buffalo Bills fans hoping to see their team on TV this weekend won't get that chance. The Bills have announced that Sunday's game against Tennessee at Ralph Wilson Stadium did not sell out by the NFL mandated deadline, and therefore will be blacked out on local television.
Congresswoman Kathy Hochul is speaking out about pilot fatigue. Hochul worked with a small group of representatives to get laws passed, regulating how much pilots can work each day.
The effort is in response to the crash of Flight 34-07 in Clarence three years ago.
The House has been putting off implementation of the pilot fatigue bill for months. Speaking on the floor of the House of Representatives yesterday, Hochul says the bill must move forward now. The crash of Flight 3407 claimed 50 lives.