A year-long investigation of a Silver Springs man results in his arrest on child pornography charges.
State Police say 25 year old Bradley Orren has been charged with felony counts of promoting and possessing child pornography.
Last December, troopers confiscated Orren’s computer equipment.
It took a forensic investigation to reveal nearly 300 still images and videos of child porn. Troopers also said there were five images of sadomasochistic torture involving children.
None of the children depicted are believed to be local.
Orren is now behind Wyoming County bars in lieu of $25,000 bail.
An Albion man has plead guilty in Federal Court for attempting to import a controlled substance from China. A random inspection of a package from China addressed to 36 year old Donald Stirk of Albion turned out to contain a PVP sometimes known as flakka.It is a schedule one controlled substance.
Under terms of a plea deal, Stirk could receive a maximum of 20 years in prison and a million dollar fine.
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo and Senator Chuck Schumer want to close what they’re calling the “terror gap.”
Schumer says people on the terror watch list shouldn’t be allowed to purchase guns.
Cuomo and Schumer demanded that the feds give states access to their “no-fly” and terror watch lists.
They want to use that information when conducting background checks in New York on potential gun buyers.
Two local drivers were ticketed for driving while their ability was impaired by drugs in separate incidents over the weekend;
21 year old Jeffrey Shultz of Walkers Corner Road in Byron was stopped for moving left of pavement markings and was found to be impaired by drugs. Shultz was stopped on the Byron Road.
Another stop, this one on the Alexander Road in Alexander, resulted in the arrest of 38 year old Jeannine Armbrewster of Ridge Road in Medina.
She was charged with driving while ability impaired by drugs.
Batavia City Council meeting tonight.
City lawmakers are holding both a business and a conference session.
It is the last council meeting of the year.
The meeting begin at 7 in city hall.
The public welcome to speak to council by first signing in with the city clerk.