WDNY Local News – August 01 2019

Written by on August 1, 2019

IN AVON, A ROCHESTER WOMAN IS FACING DRIVING WHILE INTOXICATED AND FELONY DRUG CHARGES FOLLOWING A TRAFFIC STOP ON INTERSTATE 390 IN THE TOWN OF AVON IN WHICH COCAINE, FENTANYL, AND OTHER PILLS WERE FOUND, REPORTS THE LIVINGSTON COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE. FORTY-TWO-YEAR-OLD ERZSEBET PIROS, 42 WAS ARRESTED ON MULTIPLE COUNTS.

A ROADSIDE DWI INVESTIGATION WAS CONDUCTED, WHICH INCLUDED THE PERFORMANCE OF STANDARDIZED FIELD SOBRIETY TESTS. AT THE CONCLUSION OF THE ROADSIDE INVESTIGATION, PIROS WAS TAKEN INTO CUSTODY FOR DWI, THE SHERIFF’S OFFICE SAID.
GOVERNOR ANDREW CUOMO SIGNED LEGISLATION ON WEDNESDAY AUTHORIZING FIRST RESPONDERS TO REMOVE ANIMALS IN UNOCCUPIED VEHICLES UNDER CONDITIONS THAT ARE A THREAT TO WELL-BEING. THIS LEGISLATION IS AIMED AT REDUCING WAIT TIMES WHEN CALLS ARE MADE TO 911. THE BILL GOES INTO EFFECT IMMEDIATELY.

ALSO IN ALBANY, GOVERNOR ANDREW CUOMO SIGNED LEGISLATION LIMITING AN EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTION’S ABILITY TO AUTHORIZE ANY PERSON WHO IS NOT PRIMARILY EMPLOYED AS A SCHOOL RESOURCE OFFICER, LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER OR SECURITY GUARD TO CARRY A FIREARM ON SCHOOL GROUNDS, AND DIRECTING STATE POLICE TO ESTABLISH STATEWIDE REGULATIONS AIMED AT STRENGTHENING EXISTING GUN BUYBACK PROGRAMS AND CREATE NEW PROGRAMS FOR THE SAFE REMOVAL OF ILLEGAL, UNSECURED, ABANDONED OR UNWANTED FIREARMS.


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