posted on August 29, 2012 07:45
An employee of a Town of Darien Company is accused of writing himself company checks for more than $7,000.
Richard Vetter, 57, of Varysburg is charged with Grand larceny and Falsifying Business Records.
Genesee County Sheriff’s Deputies said Vetter worked for Stanley Staba and Sons, a scrap metal dealer in Darien.
Deputies said Vetter made false purchase entries in the company’s books and then wrote business checks to himself.
A Wichita, Kansas man will spend 26 years in prison for enticing a Batavia teenager to send him explicit pictures.
26-year old Shane McClelland of was found guilty back in May of producing child pornography. Police said McClelland used the internet to get a 14-year old Batavia girl to send him naked photos of herself.
McClelland was caught when the mother of one of the girl’s friends learned what was going on and contacted Batavia Police.
McClelland received the long term because of a previous conviction for having sex with a 13-year-old girl.
A Rochester Defense Lawyer is facing charges of patronizing a prostitute, providing alcohol to a person under 21 and driving while intoxicated.
State Police say they responded to a report of a car being driven in an erratic manner along the Thruway.
Troopers say they found 54-year-old James Doyle near the thruway rest stop in Pembroke. They said Doyle appeared drunk and was with a 20-year-old known prostitute.
Doyle denies the charges and said the woman is a longtime family acquaintance, troopers said.
He was arraigned in Pembroke town court and released on his own recognizance.
The regional banking community surprised by the sudden retirement of Five-Star Bank president Peter G. Humphrey. He’s been with the bank and it’s parent firm, Financial Institutions, for 35 years. The company said Humphrey’s retirement had been in the works for two years. Humphrey is 56.