Morning News Briefing
Written by Alex Feig on August 13, 2019
A Parolee in LeRoy is behind bars for beating a woman after being sought on an arrest warrant.
34 year old Jeremy Lyons of Perry Road was arrested after he was found hiding in the weeds in the area of the Little League Field between East Main Street and St. Marks Street last week.
According to LeRoy PD, Lyons was allegedly in violation of his Parole conditions while staying with a female on Church Street in the Village when the domestic incident occurred.
Lyons is accused of tackling the female victim to the ground then punching her multiple times in the face and choking her.
Afterwards, Lyons ran off but was located later that day by Police after a small search.
Lyons was charged with Assault and Criminal Obstruction of Breathing or Blood Circulation and committed to the Genesee County Jail in lieu of bail.
The National Weather Service in Buffalo is calling for a line of heavy showers to blanket Northwestern Wyoming, and Southwestern Genesee Counties this morning.
Forecasters are saying rainfall of up to one inch in less than 30 minutes is possible and may cause localized flooding.
Drivers are reminded not to drive through flooded roadways.
An Irondequoit resident arrested for drugs in Stafford.
Genesee County Sheriff’s Deputies report the arrest of 35 year old Tyson Carpenter on counts of Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance, Criminally using drug paraphernalia, Aggravated Unlicensed Operation, Unlawful Possession of Marijuana and driver obstructed view.
Carpenter was stopped on Route 33 in Stafford Friday afternoon for alleged vehicle and traffic violations when deputies determined he was driving on a suspended license.
Further investigation uncovered that Carpenter was allegedly in possession of drugs and paraphernalia.
He was ultimately released with an appearance ticket for Stafford Town Court on August 23rd.
Three family members arrested at Bryan Adams Concert for fighting security.
48 year old Julie Adam, 26 year old John Adam and 22 year old Joseph Adam all of Abbott Road Buffalo were arrested for second degree Harassment during the concert Friday at the Darien Lake Performing Arts Center.
All three were accused of either punching, shoving or striking a Live Nation Security Guard.
The Adam family members were all issued appearance tickets for August 20th in Darien Town Court.
Governor Cuomo has signed off on sweeping new workplace harassment protections.
The law extends the statute of limitations for employment sexual harassment claims filed from one year to three years.
Cuomo says it also makes it easier for workplace sexual harassment claims to be brought forward by eliminating the restriction that harassment must be severe or pervasive in order for legal action to be taken.
All non-disclosure agreements must now include language allowing workers to file a complaint of harassment or discrimination.