WDNY Local News, Tuesday, March 13, 2018
Written by Jerry Lademan on March 13, 2018
Tuesday, March 13, 2018
A man from Dansville is facing child pornography charges. Sheriff Thomas Doughtery says 21-year-old Kyle Webster was arrested after a teacher at the Dansville central School reported some inappropriate after-hours web searches on her school computer last October. An investigation led deputies to Webster, who was a school cleaner on the 3 to 11 shift. The sheriff says while there was no pornography on the school computer, they did find some on Webster’s cell phones, which led to two counts of felony child pornography possession filed last week. He was arraigned in Dansville Town court and taken to Livingston County Jail on $2,000 bond. School officials say they handled the matter quickly and that Webster was fired shortly after the discovery and that no students were affected or involved. They also say Webster had taken part in a workforce development program last summer before he was hired and that there were no red flags or issues during his three weeks on the job last fall.
Heroin possession charges have been filed against a man from Hemlock. Deputies say they found the drugs and a hypodermic needle after they pulled over 31-year-old Corbin Swift on Main Street in the Village of Livonia for a traffic violation. He was arrested and arraigned on $1,500 bond in Livonia Town Court.
Two men have been arrested after a traffic stop on 390. Sheriff Thomas Dougherty says 45-year-old Luis Castro of Rochester was driving on a suspended license and without insurancewhile a passenger, identified as Gendry Davilla-Marerro of Livonia was found to have several pills that he didn’t have a prescription for. Castro was cited for the driving violations while Davilla-Marrero was arraigned and taken to the Livingston County jail.
Something sweet to do starting this weekend. The Genesee Valley Country Village and Museum will hold its annual Maple Sugar Festival from Saturday through March 25th. The event includes include a hike along the Maple History Trail, demonstrations and various forms of sap collection, trivia about sugar maple trees and a tour of the new sugarhouseand of course a chance to enjoy some delicious seasonal syrup. For more information, the website is gcv.org.
Saturday is also St. Patrick’s Day and this week is the NCAA Basketball Tournament with a chance to cheer on your favorite team so there’s is the usual warning from police–have fun, but don’t overdo it and decide to drink and drive.
Officials in Rochester say they’re going to get to the bottom of how a 14-year-old autistic teen wound up in the Genesee River. Reports say Treyvan Rowe wandered away Thursday after being dropped off by the bus at James P.B. Duffy School 12. No one met him at the bus stop and reports say school officials may have actually marked him present for class. He was found dead this past weekend near the Douglass-Anthony Memorial Bridge. Rochester police say they’re still working on piecing together a timeline of the day
We just can’t shake the winter weather. There are advisories up for Livingston County in effect through Thursday, with persistent snow adding up to 3 to 7 inches especially over hilly areas.. The wind will also cause problems and make traveling difficult. Take heart. The calendar, at least, says spring is here a week from today.