posted on September 18, 2013 07:17
A Warsaw man has been sentenced to jail for slamming his son to the floor of the Batavia Walmart.
28-year-old Christopher Cummings of Warsaw Cummings plead guilty in June to a charge of endangering the welfare of a child and could have avoided jail time under the terms of a plea bargain, had he stayed out of trouble.
But he didn’t. A month later he was arrested for driving under the influence.
Batavia Town Justice Thomas Williams gave Cummings six months in jail.
A case of domestic violence in LeRoy.
43-year-old Charles Sims of Caledonia is accused of choking his girlfriend, ripping her shirt and busting a door during a domestic incident.
Sims is charged with Criminal Obstruction of Breathing and two counts of Criminal Mischief.
Sims was jailed on $250 bail.
An Orleans County man arrested for burglary In Niagara County is a possible suspect in a series of burglaries in Oakfield.
Genesee County Sheriff’s investigators say Jonathan Banks of Ridgeway is a person of interest in a string of grab and dash robberies of persons who were in their homes.
He is also a suspect in similar cases in Medina and Albion.
Banks is jailed in Niagara County as the investigation continues.
The United Way of Genesee County has announced its Fall Campaign goal of $400,000.
Money raised through the campaign stays in the community to benefit 15 local non-profit organizations such as the YWCA, Girl Scouts and Literacy Genesee.
Rochester Mayor Thomas Richards says he is dropping out of the race and endorsing City Council President Lovely Warren for mayor. Richards lost to Warren by a wide margin in last week's Democratic primary.