posted on November 25, 2010 07:20
It just may be the final chapter in the saga of Suzanne Corona, the Batavia woman originally charged with adultery following a tryst in a city park last summer.
Corona has been sentenced to one-year probation on a charge of public lewdness.
Batavia City Court Judge Michael DelPlato yesterday also ordered that Suzanne is not to drink or use harmful non-prescription drugs. She will be subject to random testing.
Suzanne told the judge she has been undergoing mental heath and alcohol therapy.
No criminal charges were ever filed in connection with Corona’s alleged trashing of the buffet table at South Beach Restaurant, so Suzanne has no further court dates scheduled in Genesee County.
A Wyoming County man is being held without bail for allegedly abducting and raping his ex-girlfriend. Prosecutors in Ontario County say 37-year-old Vernon Botsford of Arcade is charged with kidnapping, assault and rape. Authorities say Botsford abducted the woman from her Farmington home in October. He was arrested in Pennsylvania the next day.
Botsford could face up to 50 years behind bars if convicted. He has pleaded not guilty.
Governor David Paterson set the agenda for next week's special session on Tuesday. Paterson is calling on legislators to create a plan for the New York City Off Track Betting Corporation, cut spending for the 2010-2011 budget, and appropriate funds received through the federal education jobs program. Not all legislators have confirmed that they'll be attending the Monday afternoon session.
Labor unions are urging the Rochester City Council to appoint an interim mayor once Robert Duffy leaves at the end of the year. Labor leaders say voters would not have enough time to judge candidates if a special election were held in the spring. The unions would prefer to have an interim mayor appointed until a general election can
The annual Kiwanis Club of Batavia Thanksgiving Day Community Skate will be held later this morning.
The traditional event begins at 9a.m. at Faletti Ice Arena and runs until 11am.
Free admission, free skate rentals while supplies last and free hot chocolate all courtesy of the Kiwanis Club.