Evening News Briefing
Written by Dan Fischer on April 26, 2018
Governor Cuomo is threatening legal action if the practices of Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents don’t change. Cuomo believes ICE agents are threatening illegal immigrants using illegal tactics during raids and arrests. Cuomo’s criticism of ICE yesterday comes a day after the feds arrested a man inside a Supreme Court building on Staten Island. The federal agency responded saying Cuomo’s disregard for the rule of law is a slap in the face to those whose mission is upholding the laws.
A Batavia man faces a felony charge following an incident at Target.
34 year old Samuel Oddo was arrested for allegedly stealing over 1000 dollars in merchandise from the store.
Oddo was charged with a felony count of Grand Larceny and was released with an appearance ticket for Batavia Town Court.
The Defense sttorney for a former Wyoming County sheriff’s deputy are apparently not going to deny their client is the killer.
The attorneys are expected to use extreme emotional disturbance as a defense for 60 year old Joseph Mlyniec of Perry.
Mlyniec is accused of shooting and killing Robert Irvine the Third to cover up allegations that he sexually abused troubled boys.
Mlyniec recently resigned from the Perry Town Board while being held without bail for murder in Wyoming County.
The Bills could still be looking to trade up before tonight’s NFL Draft.
The Bills have the 12th and 22nd overall picks but many speculate they would be willing to give up a lot for a shot at Wyoming quarterback Josh Allen.
ESPN that Bills GM Brandon Beane said they could get the number-two pick without giving away too much in the future.
Also, Beane said they might not need to go that high to get a franchise quarterback.