posted on September 12, 2012 07:16
The New York State Department of Health has reported two new cases of LeRoy Central School students with tic-like symptoms.
The brief State Health Department statement says the two students are being treated by independent physicians. The statement went on to say that neither the environment nor an infection is the cause of the tics.
LeRoy High School attracted national and international attention earlier this year when over a dozen students began to experience the mysterious tics.
Although several parents questioned the diagnosis most came to accept that the cause of the illness was Conversion Disorder.
For the second time in three months, a Pavilion woman has been arrested on a felony charge of driving drunk with children in her car.
In the latest case Angela Kruse, 40, of Pavilion was involved in a one car rollover on Taylor Road in the Wyoming County Town of Covington.
State Police charged her with a violation of Leandra’s Law because Kruse’s five-year-old daughter was in the car and Kruse tested legally drunk.
Kruse and her daughter suffered only minor injuries.
This past June Kruse was arrested in LeRoy and also charged with a Leandra’s Law violation. That charge is still pending.
If you live in the Village of Alden, boil your water.
E. Coli bacteria have turned up in a sample from a well serving Alden’s water system.
Boiled or bottled water should be used for drinking, making ice, washing dishes, brushing teeth and preparing food.
Officials say residents should boil the water for a full minute.
Another sex abuse charge has been filed against a Batavia man awaiting transfer to State prison.
41-year old James Little, already sentenced to 15-years in prison for sexually abusing a two-year old, is now accused of abusing another child.
Batavia Police say Little abused a six-year old back in March.
A bullied Rochester area bus monitor has received thousands of dollars in donations from people around the world who saw her plight on the Internet.
Karen Klein was in Toronto yesterday to receive a check for more than 700-thousand dollars raised through the fundraising website Indiegogo.
Over 30-thousand people from 84 countries contributed to the fund for the 68-year-old Klein after seeing the video of her being harassed and ridiculed by students on her bus.
The brother of Buffalo Bills defensive lineman Marcel Darius was one of three men shot and killed over the weekend in Alabama. Darius is the brother of 19-year-old Simeon Gilmore, who was shot and killed Sunday near Birmingham.