posted on October 18, 2012 07:17
Two Albion residents are accused of running a marijuana and prescription drug operation.
Randy Wyant Senior and Janis Fitzwater, both 49, are facing charges following a three-month long investigation.
Police searched a home on Eagle Harbor Road.
They say they found over $7,000 worth of high-grade marijuana and prescription drugs– as well as scales, packaging, three long guns and over $3,000 in cash.
A suspect in a Batavia drug case last year, who was given a break by Genesee County Court, is back in trouble.
23-year-old Benjamin Santiago was arrested in June of 2011 at a Batavia Hotel and charged with drug possession.
Judge Robert Noonan allowed Santiago to plead to a reduced charge with no jail time – if Santiago entered a drug treatment program.
Santiago was just arrested by Rochester police for bail jumping and drug possession. He was turned over to the Genesee County and jailed without bail.
Leaders of the Seneca Indian Nation are expected to speak out today regarding fraud allegations involving millions of tribal dollars.
Seneca officials haven't released details, but the "Buffalo News" reports the matter involves four-time Seneca Nation president Barry Snyder Sr.
Seneca officials say the possible fraud involves the whereabouts of millions of dollars.
Snyder is one of four candidates currently running for president of the tribe.
Organizers of a Rochester rally featuring former President Bill Clinton have decided to change venues to accommodate more people.
The Friday rally was expected to be held at the Riverside Convention Center, but it will now take place at the Rochester Main Street Armory.
Clinton is coming to town to support fellow Democrats Louise Slaughter and Kathy Hochul in their congressional races.
Governor Cuomo says a pay raise for Albany lawmakers won't be a top priority for any special session.
Cuomo says he won't even consider the issue until the "people's agenda" is resolved.
That agenda allegedly concerns an increase in the state minimum wage and the governor's proposal to decriminalize small-scale marijuana possession.