Evening News Briefing
Written by Dan Fischer on June 20, 2019
The recently passed Green Light Bill, which will allow illegal immigrants to apply for driver’s licenses, will force those same people to commit fraud.
Genesee County Clerk Michael Cianfrini, who’s in charge of the local DMV office, says his office will not be issuing licenses to illegals for a variety of reasons
Cianfrini says the law does not go into effect for another six months.
He’s waiting for clarification from the state as to how to implement the law.
29 year old Alexander Seegar of Darien Center pleads guilty in federal court today on a child porn charge.
Authorities said Seegar was sexting 10 to 12 year old girls in Niagara County while posing as a teenage boy.
Seegar faces a minimum five years in prison and a quarter-million dollar fine.
A city man is behind bars on a weapons charge following an incident at his Walnut Street home.
26 year old Jay Schafer was arrested on a charge of criminal possession of a firearm.
Schafer was jailed in lieu of $15,000 bail.
A push to legalize marijuana for recreational purposes has come up short at the Capitol. Democrats scrambled to gather enough support for the legislation, but weren’t able to secure the necessary votes. Members of the Senate, Assembly and Governor Cuomo had been trying to hammer out an agreement for months. But, issues like allowing communities to opt out of the potential law and debate over how to use the tax money generated from pot sales were too much to overcome.
The Batavia Muckdogs are in the middle of the NYP League Pinckney division with 3 wins and 3 losses on the young season.
The dogs split a twin bill with Auburn yesterday.
The Muckdogs next home game is Tuesday, June 25th.