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Man sentenced for impersonating officer

Jack DeMeo, 52, of Hamburg, Erie County, who was convicted of impersonating a federal officer, has been sentenced to one year probation by Chief U.S. District Judge William M. Skretny. DeMeo, according to Assistant U.S. MaryEllen Kresse, owns Southtown Sports ...

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Rochester woman convicted of making threat to president

A Rochester woman has been convicted of threatening to kill President Barack Obama. Federal prosecutors said Thursday that 38-year-old Christine Wright-Darrisaw made the threat in a cellphone call to the White House in February 2012.  The White House operator testified ...

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State Police advise on amended law

State police are alerting the public that a recent change in the law expands the list of weapons that people convicted of serious crimes may not possess. On Aug. 3, 2011, New York State Penal Law was amended to include ...

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Five convicted of conspiring to sell drugs

U.S. Attorney William J. Hochul Jr. announced Tuesday that five defendants pleaded guilty to conspiring to sell Oxycontin pills. Appearing before Chief U.S. District Court Judge William M, Skretny ...

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