Evening News Briefing
Written by Dan Fischer on May 17, 2018
A Mount Morris sex offender is accused of violating terms of his parole.
Terri Todd Havens served 13 years in prison for sexually abusing a five year girl. Police say Havens recently posted an ad on Craigslist looking for a personal aide. Accessing the internet is a parole violation.
A woman who answered the ad recognized Havens.
Mount Morris Police Chief Kenneth Mignemi says that’s not hard to do
A parole violation could send Havens back to state prison.
A Batavia woman has been indicted on 19 felony charges for allegedly bilking her employer out of more than 3-thousand dollars.
46 year old Darcia Golda of West Main Street is accused defrauding the Rite Aid Pharmacy in Batavia between October of 2016 and September of 2017.
Prosecutors say Golda falsified return slips on numerous occasions in order to steal from the store.
A Batavia man is jailed for allegedly making threats to kill somebody.
21 year old Tyshon Taylor is charged with menacing and locked up on $2,500 bail.
The Social Security administration today releases the most popular baby names in New York State for 2017:
The number one most popular name for boys: Liam (LEE-am)
Most popular girls name: Olivia
Other names on the most popular list for boys: Noah, Jacob, Lucas and Joseph; for girls, Emma, Sophia, Mia and Ava.