posted on March 30, 2012 07:45
Federal agents charge a Batavia man with possession of child pornography.
39-year-old Jeffrey Wawrzyniak is accused of sharing kiddie porn over the internet. Agents said they found over 700 images of child porn on Wawrzyniak’s home computer.
If convicted, Wawrzyniak faces 10 years in prison or a fine of $250,000 or both.
An Oakfield woman has been arrested by State Police for trying to smuggle drugs into Attica Correctional.
44-year-old Annmarie Pisarek is accused of trying to bring the drugs Lortab and Zanax into the prison.
Troopers also said Pisarek had some counterfeit cash in her possession.
A summer home in Conesus has been vandalized by a half-dozen young people.
The six, ranging in age from 12 to 16, have been arrested for causing $15,000 damage just to the windows of the home.
The Livingston County Sheriff’s Office said the six were charged with burglary and criminal mischief. The 16-year-old is in jail, the others will be processed through family court.
Items stolen from the home have been recovered.
The New York State Department of Health has banned synthetic marijuana statewide.
The dangerous designer drug is commonly sold as herbal incense at convenience stores and gas stations across New York.
The ban calls for sales and distribution to stop immediately.
Work pools are growing and lines at the convenience stores are getting longer, as New York residents look to cash in on the largest lotto jackpot in history. Tonight's Mega Million's prize has ballooned to a record 540 million dollars. New York has been home in the past to some of the game's biggest jackpot winners with a 319-million-dollar winner in March of 2011.