Weekend News Briefing
Written by WBTA STAFF on September 28, 2019
A federal grand jury has returned an indictment against 28 year old Anthony Allee, and 36 year old Tashira Allee, both of Medina, accusing them of drug trafficking with a cache of weapons and drugs in their possession.
According to the prosecutor in the case, a search warrant was executed at the defendants’ residence on Ridge Road in Medina in July where investigators seized 11 firearms including a stolen piston from Tonawanda, stolen property, marijuana, pills, ammunition, scales, bags, and other items of evidence.
Investigators also searched a barn located behind the main house where they found a safe containing, pills in prescription pill bottles, and a loaded Colt .45 pistol.
Also seized from the barn was more drug selling paraphernalia, ammunition, an SKS rifle and magazine, a Ruger model 10-22 carbine, and more marijuana.
The couple are facing counts including maintaining a drug-involved premises, possession of firearms in furtherance of drug trafficking, unlawful possession of a short-barreled shotgun, and unlawful possession of a short-barreled rifle while Anthony Allee is additionally charged with possession and distribution of, marijuana, hydrocodone, and cocaine, unlawful possession of a machinegun, and unlawful possession of a stolen firearm.
Tashira is looking at mandatory minimum of 10 years in prison and a maximum of life if convicted on the charges while Anthony is facing a mandatory minimum of 30 years in prison and a maximum of life.
No arrests made in a threat that closed down LeRoy Schools.
A student posted threat on the social media site Snap-Chat closed LeRoy Schools on Friday.
LeRoy Police know the student who made the threat and say his family has been fully cooperative with their investigation.
LeRoy Superintendent Merritt Holly says the district takes any threat seriously…
The students family, the school and police have resolved the issue and will work together to determine the next course of action according to officials.
LeRoy Schools were cancelled and in a lockout situation on Friday as a precaution.
The LeRoy football game in Avon was re-scheduled for Saturday night at 7 in Avon.
New legislation gives New Yorkers until February 14th to register for the state’s presidential primaries. The deadline had been October 11th.
The presidential primary in New York is on April 28th.
The Buffalo Bills will look to remain unbeaten this weekend, but a familiar foe stands in their path.
The Bills are hosting the defending Super Bowl champion New England Patriots at New Era Field.
Like the Bills, the Patriots are also three-and-oh start to the season.
Kickoff on Sunday is one p-m.