WDNY Local news, Monday April 15, 2019
Written by Jerry Lademan on April 15, 2019
No reported serious problems from the storms that moved through last night. There was tornado watch overnight as a line of potentially dangerous storms, but aside from a report of some trees down in near Hornell, the weather passed by without incident.
A man who used to live in Livingston County has been arrested after an investigation by the Livingston County Sheriff’s office and the FBI Child Exploitation Task Force 37-year-old Robert Menard—who now lives in Perry—is charged with one count of Promoting a Sexual Performance by a Child and another count Possessing a Sexual Performance by a Child . Both charges are felonies The CETF executed a search warrant at Menard’s Avon residence in January, where they say they found pornographic material and seized electronic devices. Menard was booked and later released until his next court date.
Grand larceny charges for a man who Livingston County Sheriff’s deputies say stole around $1,500 dollars worth of merchandise from the Tractor Supply store in Geneseo. 55-year-old Salvator Faliero from Cattaraugus county was picked up after he left the store—and deputies say they found the items in his car. After his arrest, Faliero was booked at the Livingston County jail, where he is being held without bond.
This is April 15th―tax day for both state and federal returns. It will be a busy day at the post offices as people who waited until the last minute rush to get their forms in the mail. The postal service says there will be regular hours today and those full-service kiosks might be a good thought as well. If you have a LOT of paperwork you should also make sure you have enough postage because the IRS won’t accept your return if there aren’t enough stamps. If you need help with mailing you can check the USPS.com website
Sheriffs from at least 10 New York counties are getting ready for a high noon showdown in July. Livingston Sheriff Thomas Dougherty and the others will mount up at the Hemlock Fair on July 20th to ride through a course that is usually set up to test mounted patrols. It’s for a good cause—the New York State Sheriffs’ Summer Camp on Keuka Lake. The Sheriffs’ Camp is for economically challenged children to enjoy a summer camp experience at no cost to their families—and also lets the kids see another side of law enforcement