Evening News Briefing
Written by Dan Fischer on January 18, 2018
An Attica woman is facing felony charges for allegedly using a child she was related to in a pornographic video.
23 year old Victoria Young of East Avenue, Attica, is accused of using a four year old child in a sexual act with an adult.
Police say Young and the child were related, they did not say how.
Young is being held in the Wyoming County jail in lieu of 100-thousand dollars bail.
The child has been placed in the custody of other relatives and an order of protection has been issued barring Young from any contact with the child.
The Genesee county Chamber of Commerce has announced that Baltz Concreate Construction of Pavilion is the 2017 Business of the Year.
The William Kent family of Stafford have been recognized as Geneseeans of the Year. The Annual Chamber Awards will be presented on March 3rd.
A Rochester man is the latest collar for the Genesee County Local Dtug Task Force.
34 year old Jarvis Seymore of Rochester, known on the street as “D,” was arrested in a Park Road parking lot.
Police say “D” Seymore was in in possession of Cocaine, Fentanyl, pot and a stash of cash.
“D” has been locked up without bail.
Governor Andrew Cuomo is keeping a promise to donate campaign contributions from Harvey Weinstein.
Cuomo donated just over one-hundred-eleven-thousand dollars he received from Weinstein to Women’s Justice Now, a New York City based charity.
Cuomo says he is seeking a third term this November.
Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul says she’ll remain Governor Cuomo’s running mate. There had been talk about her challenging Congressman Chris Collins in Western New York this upcoming election. There had even been talk about her being replaced on the ticket by Rochester’s Mayor Lovely Warren.