Morning News Briefing
Written by WBTA STAFF on June 8, 2018
SRO’s expected to be added to three more Genesee County schools.
At the request of Genesee County Sheriff William Sheron three more School Resource Officers will likely be added this fall to three Genesee County School Districts.
Three experienced deputies have been elected to become SROs in Alexander, Pavilion and Pembroke.
Sheriff William Sheron…
According to Sheron the school districts will be under contract to pay for the resource officers with a 12 month contract for Pavilion and 10 month agreements in Alexander and Pembroke.
The county legislature is expected to give final approval of the contracts at their meeting next Wednesday.
A Pittsford man sentenced for being busted with child porn twice.
30 year old Jeffrey Bernecky of Pittsford was convicted of possessing and distributing child porn in 2012.
He served a 5 year prison sentence and was released in 2016 on 15 years’ post release supervision.
During a routine inspection late last year probation officers discovered Bernecky had an unauthorized smartphone.
After seizing and searching the phone investigators uncovered over 200 images and 25 videos containing sexual abuse of children.
Bernecky was convicted of possession of child pornography and was sentenced to 10 years in federal prison with 10 years of probation.
Accident opens up a new Drive-thru at a Brockport Burger King.
According to Monroe County Deputies yesterday’s crash outside a Burger King in Brockport appears to be an accident.
A man in his 60’s, may have accidentally hit the gas pedal instead of the brake, seriously damaging the building.
He wasn’t hurt and isn’t facing any charges.
Drunk driving at Darien Lake leads to arrest for a Wayne County couple.
State Police say they arrested the pair in a Darien Lake parking lot after someone complained about them driving on a pedestrian walkway.
The driver, 24 year old Michael Mathews of Ontario, New York, was charged with DWI and resisting arrest.
His passenger, 24 year old Hannah Schreiber of Palmyra was charged with obstruction and disorderly conduct.
Mathews was remanded to the Genesee County Jail in lieu of bail while Schreiber was released with an appearance ticket Darien Town Court.
Some Bills fans will pay more to park near New Era Field this season.
The team is raising the cost of spots in the bus lot from 60 to 100 dollars.
The Bills say the change is due to dangerous incidents there the last few seasons.
Drivers will be responsible for the actions of everyone on their bus.