Sunday News Briefing
Written by WBTA STAFF on April 8, 2018
Phony C note lands two Perry residents in lock up.
Following investigation by the Perry Police Department into a complaint of a faked 100 dollar bill being circulated at a local restaurant, police arrested 31 year old Amber Ellis and John Mann both of South Main Street in Perry.
The pair had apparently called and ordered food from a local restaurant Monday evening then allegedly payed with a phony 100 dollar bill and left with change.
The phone call was traced back to Mann who claimed to have no knowledge of the fake currency, however he was arrested for Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance, Pot Possession and Parole Violation.
Ellis was later taken into custody and charged with first degree Forgery, Possession of a Forged Instrument, Criminal Simulation of a Government Instrument and two counts of Petit Larceny.
Both Mann and Ellis were remanded to the Wyoming County Jail.
Gruesome murder in Monroe County stuns investigators.
36 year old Hanane Mouhib of South Lake Road in Sweden has been arrested and charged with the murder and decapitation of her 7 year old son Abraham Cardenas.
The horrifying incident allegedly occurred Thursday night at the South Lake Road residence and investigators are still searching for a possible motive.
Monroe County Deputies were called to the scene for a report of a suicidal woman with a knife and after arriving Mouhib was reportedly pepper sprayed and tased by officers in order to subdue her.
Mouhib has brief a recorded history of mental health issues however investigators are still trying to make sense of the unexplained murder.
Mouhib is jailed without bail and her next court appearance is scheduled for Wednesday April 11th.
Crash in Pavilion leads to arrest under Leandra’s Law.
Genesee County Deputies were called to respond to a motor vehicle accident on South Street Road in Pavilion on Wednesday afternoon.
They discovered that the driver 23 year old Rachael Lochner of Rochester had allegedly crashed her vehicle while intoxicated and was accompanied by a child less than 16 years old.
Apparently Lochner had failed to keep right and moved from a lane unsafely then struck two fences and a building.
She was charged with two Aggravated counts of DWI, one for recording a Blood Alcohol Content over twice the legal limit and another under Leandra’a Law for driving drunk with a child.
Lochner was given an appearance ticket for May 15th in Pavilion Town Court.
The 5th Annual Genesee county Chamber of Commerce Home Show continues today at the Falleti Ice Arena.
Today is the final day of the Home Show and your last chance to check out the impressive displays and prizes being offered by local vendors.
The show will be open today from 10a.m. to 3p.m.