posted on November 08, 2012 07:20
James Little Junior, the Batavia man serving a 15-year prison term for molesting a child, has now admitted to abusing another child under the age of 11.
The 41-year-old James Little Jr. could get 3 1/2 years tacked onto his current sentence.
He accepted a plea deal.
Sentencing on the latest charge is scheduled for the end of January.
A Batavia woman has been arraigned on two felony drug counts in Genesee County Court.
Tracey Brewer (aka Tracey Cook) is accused of selling hydro and oxy codone.
Brewer was released under supervision of Genesee Justice.
Governor Andrew Cuomo's home in Westchester County is one of thousands of homes still without power due to Hurricane Sandy.
It's been ten days since Sandy hit the region, and Cuomo remains livid at the number of power outages that remain around the state. His home in New Castle is one of 31-thousand residences still in the dark.
On the heels of Hurricane Sandy, a nor'easter pummels the Northeast with heavy snow, high winds and more travel troubles. Commuters today can expect slick roads, heavy traffic and delayed trains and school cancellations as crews work to clear the roads. More than 600-thousand people in New York, New Jersey and Connecticut are still without power this morning. There is however, a bit of good news for those still reeling from Sandy.
New York Senator Kirsten Gillibrand has won re-election, and now there is talk about her headed toward a bigger stage in 2016. There are rumblings that the junior senator from New York would make a "formidable" 2016 Democratic presidential candidate should Secretary of State Hillary Clinton decide not to seek the office.