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Written by WBTA STAFF on August 16, 2019
Warsaw resident 33 year old Kory Doyle, who has been convicted of possession of child pornography, appeared in federal court where he was sentenced to 36 months in state prison on the charge.
Investigators looking into Doyle’s child porn possession back in September of 2017 conducted forensic analysis on multiple computers, hard drives, and cell phones owned by Doyle revealing images and videos of violent child pornography.
He is said to have downloaded the content from various websites.
According to prosecutors some of the material included violence, with children under 12 years old, and the sexual abuse of an infant.
Strangulation and Endangerment in Bergen leads to arrest for a Rochester man.
Genesee County Sheriff’s Deputies took 24 year old Alan Price of Chili into custody on counts of Strangulation, Criminal Contempt and Endangering the Welfare of a Child following a reported incident from April of this year on Interstate 490 East in Bergen.
Price who was in violation of an active order pf protection at the time was accused of strangling the driver of a vehicle while they were still driving with a one year old child in the backseat.
He was subsequently released under supervision of Genesee Justice.
Child porn charges put a Darien man behind bars.
55 year old Aaron Pawlikowski of Sumner Road Darien was arrested by Troopers out of Batavia following an investigation into the promotion of child pornography from an incident reported back in March of 2016
Pawlikowski was apprehended Wednesday afternoon on felony counts of both Promotion and Possession of a Sexual Performance of a Child.
He was ordered to be held in the Genesee County Jail.
Corfu man arrested for trying to buy a gun while facing an order of protection.
The Genesee County Sheriff’s Office reports the arrest of 29 year old Robert Barnes of Corfu after he allegedly tried to purchase a firearm in Corfu last Tuesday while there was an active order of protection against him.
The FBI was notified that the accused provided false information on the background form that was submitted to the ATF bureau.
He was ultimately issued an appearance ticket for Corfu Village Court.
The Buffalo Sabres have listened to their fans and are announcing a uniform change.
The team will switch back to their classic royal blue jerseys for the 2020-2021 season.
Royal blue and gold were the Sabres’ primary colors from their inaugural season until the 1990’s.
The team will also be unveiling their 50th Anniversary alternate jersey later this morning.
The Buffalo Bills will take the field tonight for their second preseason game.
They’ll be in Charlotte to take on the Carolina Panthers at Bank of America Stadium.
Last week, the Bills beat the Indianapolis Colts 24 to 16.
Kickoff for tonight’s contest is set for 7 p.m.