WDNY Local News, Wednesday, June 13th, 2018
Written by Jerry Lademan on June 13, 2018
Wednesday, June 13, 2018
Drug charges for a man pulled over by Livingston County Sheriff’s deputies on 390. 33 year old Joseph Butterbaugh of Olean is accused of having and heroin and drug paraphernalia. Butterbaugh was taken to the Livingston county jail where he was arraigned at the county;s new centralized booking facility. He was later released on his own recognizance.
A woman who was heading into court on an unrelated warrant is now facing more charges that she tried to bring drugs into the courtroom. Deputies say 40 year old Reachall Gaddy of Rochester was about to make an appearance in Livingston County family court when they found heroin and a needle as she passed through security checkpoint. She was taken to the county jail, where she was arraigned at the county’s new central booking facility He bail was set at $3,00 for the initial Family court case—and $750 on the additional drug charges.
A man from Naples who did 20 years for forgery and bail jumping is in trouble again—this time for allegedly writing a bad check. . Livingston County Sheriffs deputies say 48 year old Claude Giguerre is accused of passing the worthless check drawn on a closed account last month at a Concrete company in Lima. Giguerre is charged with grand larceny. He is being held without bail because of the previous felony conviction in 1997..
State Lawmakers are considering a bill that would require school buses to have cameras to nab drivers who pass the busses when they are stopped. Sponsors say those cameras could be tied to license plate readers to help find people who ignore the flashing lights and crossbar.. Under the proposal,. Anyone who is caught would get an automatic $250.00 fine—with that money going back to the district and law enforcement. School officials like the idea. They say that the technology could make it safer for students getting off or on the bus The National Highway Transportation Safety Administration says around the country five children every year are killed by drivers who pass stopped school buses,
A couple Livingston county road closure today. in the town of Ossian County Rd. 49 — McCurdy Rd — will be closed for crossover replacement from 7am until 4pm In Mt. Morris: Barron Rd. will be closed to all traffic including emergency vehicles from 6:30am until 4:30pm. Access to 2680 Barron Rd will be from Dutch Street Rd.
Four members of the Board of Directors at Noyes Hospital in Dansville have been honored for their service. Graham Frazer, Michael Johnson and Marilyn Moore have been on the board for 15 years, while Dr. Bernard Sweeney has been on the board for five years. Each of the four received a pin at the Board’s annual meeting last week.