posted on March 18, 2017 06:20
44 year old Andrew Kosiorek of Batavia appeared in Genesee County Court yesterday afternoon where he accepted a plea deal regarding two counts of Burglary.
In the deal Kosiorek plead guilty to one count of Third degree Burglary and admitted to burglarizing the Rancho Viejo Mexican Restaurant in January.
Kosiorek could have been looking at a maximum of 14 years behind bars for both of his original charges, however the agreement promised a sentence cap of 2 to 6 years.
Kosiorek has prior felonies but was not convicted as a second felony offender because of the time frame of the convictions.
His next court appearance is scheduled for April 14th.
24 year old Cody Pahuta of Corfu appeared in County Court yesterday to be sentenced on a charge of attempted assault.
Pahuta beat an individual after they unwantedly came to his residence and kicked them after they fell to the ground.
Because of that fact District Attorney Lawrence Friedman argued that he could have initially been facing a first degree assault charge for assaulting the victim with footwear considered a deadly weapon.
Defense attorney Jamie Welch claimed the incident would only have been a third degree assault charge if the victim did not lose a tooth.
Judge Charles Zambito sentenced Pahuta to one year in the Genesee County Jail.
34 year old Bryan Bailey of Nunda was arrested on Thursday for allegedly having inappropriate sexual contact with a girl under the age of 13.
The investigation into the allegations of abuse began when a concerned individual reported them to a School Resource Officer.
Bailey was charged with First degree Sexual Abuse, a Class D Felony along with Endangering the Welfare of a Child.
He was ordered to be held in the custody of the Sheriff on $25,000 bail.
Rex Ryan is heading to the television studio this season.
Reportedly the former Jets and Bills head coach has agreed to a multi-year deal to be part of ESPN's "Sunday Night Countdown" show.
He worked as a guest on the show for Super Bowl Sunday this year.
He was fired by Buffalo with one game left in the regular season.
Ryan was 15-and-16 in his two years with the Bills.