99 NEWS HEADLINES FOR MONDAY, 4/5/10
HENNESSY: ETHICS REFORM AND FISCAL REFORM GO TOGETHER--Brian Hennessy, the Democrat running against Republican Joe Griffo in the 47th Senate District, says full disclosure of all legislators' side incomes, and incomes of their families is a key step toward fiscal reform. Hennessy says anyone charged with the public's money needs to show complete honesty with their own, first.
CHASE MILLS MAN FACES FELONY SEX CHARGE--41-year-old Steven Williams was arrested Saturday on a count of Criminal Sexual Act in the First Degree, alleging he had deviate relations with a person while that person was asleep the early morning of March 26th. Williams was arraigned and released to probation supervision until a future court date.
HAMMOND FIREFIGHTERS HELP ON CROSS-BORDER ISLAND--Firefighters assisted many other departments beginning about 1pm Sunday with a large brush fire caused by a chainsaw on Grenadier Island. Hammond Fire and Rescue were back in service about 7 hours later; nobody was hurt.
FELONY DRUNKEN DRIVING CHARGE FOR ANTWERP MAN IN ROSSIE--State Police arrested 34-year-old Michael Hollenbeck Friday night after he was caught allegedly operating an ATV drunk with a 10-year-old child aboard. Any DWI involving a child is now a felony in New York; Hollenbeck was charged with Felony, Aggravated DWI and other counts. He was released on court appearance tickets.
DAMAGE MINOR FROM STOCKHOLM FIRE--West Stockholm and other fire departments under mutual aid were called to the Dyke residence at 3107 County Route 47 about 5:15pm yesterday. Damage was kept to a minimum; an overheated chimney was reported to be the cause.
Avis Spicer--90--Canton. Services 10am Wednesday at Morley Cemetery. Arrangements with Allen-Denesha Funeral Home, Dekalb Junction.