posted on October 21, 2010 07:18
Suzanne Corona will walk the line.
The Batavia woman, who gained international attention for an alleged adulterous affair on a city park picnic table, has reportedly agreed to publicly admit she trashed the buffet table at a downtown restaurant.
Ken Mistler, the owner of South Beach Restaurant, says Corona has agreed to parade in front of the restaurant with a sign proclaiming that she stole from the restaurant and was caught. Mistler says the incident last month cost him $1,000 in wasted food.
Meanwhile, Suzanne’s sentencing on a charge of Public Lewdness stemming from the picnic table caper has been adjourned until next month.
She was due to be sentenced yesterday. A charge of adultery originally placed against her was dropped.
A young Batavia woman escaped serious injury when her car ran off Hawley Drive near GCC and rolled over.
18-year-old Alexandra Van Buren was treated at UMMC for minor injuries.
Deputies said Alexandra was westbound on Hawley Drive just after Noon yesterday. The car ran off the highway and flipped over on its top.
With less than two weeks to go before the November election, a new poll shows New York Democratic gubernatorial candidate Andrew Cuomo with a commanding lead over Republican challenger Carl Paladino. The Siena College poll finds voters favor Cuomo over Paladino 63-to-26-percent. Figures also show 69-percent of voters surveyed have an unfavorable view of the Tea Party-backed Paladino.
A man convicted of sexually assaulting a six-year-old Rochester girl will spend 15 years to life behind bars. Prosecutors say that was the sentence handed to 42-year-old Timothy Brewer for the attack in the summer of 2008. He was convicted in September of predatory Sex assault of a child. The girl wrote a statement to the court which said she wished Brewer would die and "Go to hell."