posted on March 28, 2014 07:20
Scott Doll has run out of legal appeals to his murder conviction based on his Miranda rights warning.
Doll is serving a 15 year to life sentence for the 2009 murder of his former business partner, Joseph Benequist.
The U.S. Supreme Court has declined to hear Dolls case that he was not properly read his rights on the night he was arrested.
Genesee county Sheriff’s Deputies found Dole walking along Lake Road in Pembroke, covered with blood and concluded someone may be in need of emergency medical care.
Such a situation allows police oficers to forego the Miranda warning as they investigate.
There is some positive economic news for Orleans County.
Brunner International is expanding their facility in Medina. The company has announced they are building a new 48,000 sq. ft. facility which will add 35 new jobs to their existing 360 member workforce.
The Buffalo Bills announced yesterday that planning is underway for a public ceremony to celebrate the life of Bills Founder Ralph Wilson Jr., who died on Tuesday at the age of 95. Wilson’s private funeral will be held in Detroit on Saturday. Fans are encouraged to make donations in Wilson’s name to three charities in Michigan and Western New York.
The Genesee County Chamber of Commerce How Show opens later today.
The revived home show begins at 5pm inside the Faletti Ice Arena on Evans Street.
Chamber President Tom Turnbull said he is hoping for 1,500 to 2,000 people to attend the show that runs through Sunday.
Admission for adults is $3, children under 12 are free.