Here are the top stories for Friday June 14, 2017
A man from Mt Morris has received a long prison sentence for child pornography. In April,35 year old Calvin Patrick admitted communicating with underage grils online and now he has been sentened to more than 24 years in Federal prison. Prosecutors say Patrick communicated with two girls, one 14, the other 12, and enticed them to send nude photos of themselves though the social media app Kik in December, 2015. Patrick was also sentenced this week in Livingston county to 10 years on an unrelated charge that he kept kept a sex slave in his apartment for six months. That state sentence will be served at the same time as the federal one.
A judge has ordered Livingston County D A Greg McCaffrey to turn over several search warrants in the case of two people charged with a murder in Caledonia last year. Mary Neverett and Aykuit Ozganiak are accused of killing Patrice Miller, whose body was found set on fire on Lacey road in Caledonia last year. Now, the judge says he wants to look over the warrants and decide if they can be used as part of the trial against Nevertt and Ozganiak. McCaffrey argued that if defense attorneys get evidence collected under the warrants tossed out it would be a big blow to the case against the pair. The judge says he will make a ruling soon.
A traffic stop on 390 has led to the arrest of a man on charges of drug paraphernalia possession. Police say the found syringes—and a scale used to weigh drugs that was disguised as a cell Phone—when the pulled over 36 year old Christopher Herron. Herron was arraigned in Mt. Morris court and later released on his own recognizance.
It’s a big weekend at the national warplane museum in Geneseo with the annual airshow The show features vintage warbirds and araiel displays at the field on Big Tree Lane. The theme of this year’s show is Women in Aviation and There will be guest speakers throughout the weekend sharing their insights into their careers in the aviation world. Performances begin Saturday and Sunday at 11—and there are a variety of other activities planned. Tickets are available both online at nwmairshow.com and at the gate.
A popular Canandaigua restaurant will likely have to be demolished after a serious fire. Firefighters say yesterday’s fire on South Main Street destroyed Nolan’s on the Lake. The building is mostly collapsed and investigators don’t yet know what caused the blaze. No injuries were reported.
Prosecutors say they’re planning to retry former New York State Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver after his corruption conviction was overturned. Yesterday, an appeals court vacated Silver’s high-profile conviction. The federal appeals court cited a case last year that changed the definition of official misconduct. Silver had been sentenced to twelve years in prison for accepting about four-million-dollars in bribes but has remained free pending this appeal.