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Written by on March 8, 2018

Murder in Perry lands a former lawmen in lock up.
The Wyoming County Sheriff’s Office has confirmed to WBTA that Joseph Milyniec of Perry has been arrested and charged for second degree Murder.
He is accused of shooting and killing Robert Irvine the third during an incident at Milyniec’s home on Route 246 in Perry at around 5 p.m. yesterday evening.
Milnyiec is a current Perry Town Board member, a retired Wyoming County Sheriff’s Office Sergeant and a past president of the Perry Center Volunteer Fire Department.
He was arrested a few minutes before midnight last night and after being arraigned was committed without bail to the Wyoming County Jail.
According to the Sheriff’s Office a more detailed arrest report will be forthcoming sometime this morning.

Scottsville Woman faces felony in LeRoy for driving drunk with three kids.
32 year old Amy Page of North Road in Scottsville was arrested and charged with a Felony Aggravated DWI under Leandra’s Law and three counts of Endangering the Welfare of a Child.
A concerned citizen reported an erratic driver last Sunday on Route 5 near Stafford.
They reported that Page’s vehicle had almost hit two other vehicles and was driving in the wrong lane going off the road numerous times.
LeRoy Police located the vehicle after Page turned into a parking lot on West Main Street and allegedly drove into a snowbank.
She recorded a Blood Alcohol Content above .18%
Page was committed to the Genesee County Jail in lieu of $2,500 bail and a full stay away order of protection was issued for the children.

Law Enforcement and Legislators in Genesee County agree that they want a police officer in every school in the county.
Local Lawmen and state government representatives met recently to address the growing concern of school safety against the backdrop of the tragic school shooting in Florida.
The general consensus from the meeting was that there should be a resource officer in every school.
Currently LeRoy Schools are covered by LeRoy Police, the Genesee county Sheriff’s Office provides a deputy for Byron-Bergen and Genesee Valley BOCES and Batavia PD provides resource officers at city schools.
Sheriff William Sheron says it is his goal to a have a resource officer in every school building.
The big question remains how to pay for the amount of resource officers needed to meet the goal.

State Police in Batavia are alerting the public of a new Bank text message scam.
State Police say if you receive a text from your personal banking cooperation it could be a scam!

The message alert will appear like it was sent from the bank and will have a way for you to “contently” contact them back.
Police say DO NOT give your personal banking account or credit/debit card information or over the phone or by email.
If you have questions or concerns about your banking accounts, contact your bank directly or in person.

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