Evening News Briefing
Written by Dan Fischer on December 3, 2018
A LeRoy woman charged with a felony count of driving while on drugs with a child in her car.
26 year old Trisha Park of LeRoy was stopped for driving without a headlight on Wolcott St in the Village. Police say they noticed a strong odor of marijuana coming from her car.
Park is now facing a felony charge under Leandra’s for driving with a child under 15 years old. She is also facing a drug possession charge along with endangering the welfare of a child.
Senator Chuck Schumer is a grandfather.
Schumer tweeted the arrival of his first grandchild, Noah Melvin Schumer-Shaprio.
His daughter Jessica gave birth to his grandson on November 28th.
Local Drug Task Force take down accused fentanyl dealer in Genesee County.
Task Force members apprehended 60 year old Jack Benson of St. Mary’s Street, Pavilion on an arrest warrant following a traffic stop in Stafford Friday.
He is accused of selling fentanyl to a Drug Task Force agent on three different occasions and at the time of his arrest he was allegedly found in possession of 24 doses of heroin and 13-hundred dollars in cash.
Benson was ordered to be held in the Genesee County Jail without bail.
Pavilion man busted for drugs in Batavia after falling asleep in his vehicle.
Deputies took 24 year old Stephen Milroy of Perry Road Pavilion into custody after he was found unconscious sleeping in his vehicle in the Batavia Downs Parking Lot.
Flags on government buildings across New York state will fly at half-staff starting Tuesday to honor former President George H.W. Bush. Governor Cuomo issued the directive, calling the late President a statesman and patriot who dedicated his life to serving his country. Flags in New York will remain at half-staff through Thursday.