Evening News Briefing
Written by Dan Fischer on March 8, 2018
A 16 year old LeRoy High School student is locked up in the Genesee County jail for allegedly threatening to shoot another student.
Police tell WBTA the 16 year old was involved in a confrontation yesterday with several other students in a school hallway.
Police say threats were made but no weapon was displayed and no one was hurt.
The 16 year old boy from Stafford was charged with Making a Terroristic Threat, a low grade felony. He is being held on $10,000 bail.
The Sheriff’s Office says it has a “no tolerance policy” for any violence or threat of violence directed at anyone in a school.
A retired Wyoming County Sheriff’s sergeant and current Perry Town Board member has been arrested for murder.
60 year old Joseph S. Mylniec is charged with in the shooting death of 32 year old Robert Irvine III of Perry.
Authorities said Myliec shot Irvine in the head early last evening while in the driveway of Myliec’s home on Route 246 in Perry.
No motive for the shooting was made public. The two men reportedly knew each other.
Mylniec called deputies to report the shooting and was taken into custody without incident.
He has been charged with Second Degree murder andis being held without bail in the Wyoming County jail.
The man infamous for streaking across New Era Field during a Bills game last November may be redeeming himself.
Tristan Lambright rescued a Lackawanna family’s cat had been stuck high up in a tree for more than a week. He scaled the tree and safely removed the fragile feline.
The rescue was caught on video and as of last night, it had more than ten-thousand views on Facebook.