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Woman accused of strangling boyfriend after throwing dirty diapers at him

Woman accused of strangling boyfriend after throwing dirty diapers at him
The Wayne County Sheriff’s Office reports the arrest of a Sodus woman following an investigation into a domestic incident that occurred in the village on Saturday. Deputies arrested Tracy L. Aunkst, 27, of Sodus around 6:16 a.m. after she was involved in a domestic incident with her boyfriend. She’s accused of strangling her boyfriend in front of their two year... more

Company behind Sodus Nursing Home facing challenges at another facility

Company behind Sodus Nursing Home facing challenges at another facility
The company that owns a nursing home at the center of a News10NBC investigation is now facing a new set of regulators. The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services have put Personal Healthcare LLC on its watch-list. Personal Healthcare LLC owns Sodus Rehabilitation and Nursing Center. As News10NBC has been reporting, the NYS Health Department has issued dozens of health... more

Childers pleads guilty to first-degree manslaughter in Wayne County Court

Childers pleads guilty to first-degree murder in Wayne County Court
The woman charged in connection with a double murder in Sodus last fall has accepted a plea deal in Wayne County Court on Tuesday. Charlene Childers appeared in court where she agreed to plead guilty to two charges – first-degree manslaughter, and a felony weapons charge. She had originally been charged with second-degree murder, criminal possession of a weapon, and... more

Deputies: Sodus man charged with assault, strangulation after violent domestic incident

Deputies: Sodus man charged with assault, strangulation after violent domestic incident
The Wayne County Sheriff’s Office reports the arrest of a Sodus man Sunday evening following an investigation into a domestic incident. Deputies arrested Jonathan D. Sampson, 32, of Sodus for assault, strangulation, and unlawful imprisonment. Sampson is accused of repeatedly striking a female in the head; and strangling her until she lost consciousness. Deputies say she sustained several injuries. During... more

Sodus Rehabilitation and Nursing Center hit with most serious citation yet

Sodus Rehabilitation and Nursing Center hit with finable “Actual Harm” citation
A nursing home at the center of a year-long WHEC-TV investigation has been hit with three new citations by the New York State Department of Health, one of which will have it paying both state and federal fines. New inspection records obtained by News10NBC Investigative Reporter Jennifer Lewke show that in February, inspectors from the New York State Department of... more

Couple charged in Sodus double murder to stand trial together

Couple charged in Sodus double murder to stand trial together
A couple charged in connection to a double-murder in Sodus will face trial together in May. Investigators say Charlene Childers, 25, conspired with her husband Timothy Dean, 32, to kill her ex-boyfriend, Joshua Niles, and his new girlfriend, Amber Washburn, in October 2018. At a court appearance Wednesday, Childers’ attorney says she and Dean will be tried together next month. A criminal... more

Williamson man facing federal charges for alleged cocaine purchases

Williamson man facing federal charges for alleged cocaine purchases
A Williamson man arrested after dropping bags of cocaine in a Sodus market is now facing federal charges. Holsey Wedlow was charged by Wayne County Sheriff’s deputies for an alleged 2017 incident, in which they say he dropped bags of cocaine in a Sodus market. He is now facing a federal charge of possession with intent to distribute cocaine. If... more

Attorney: Two Sodus girls sexually assaulted on school bus

Attorney: Two Sodus girls sexually assaulted on school bus
A Notice of Claim was filed by two families against a local school after multiple alleged incidents of sexual assault. Families of the two children in the Sodus Central School District say the children were sexually assaulted on a school bus by a fellow male student. They allege there were multiple incidents last year, which were mishandled by the district.... more

Domestic incident leads to harassment, obstruction charges in Sodus

Domestic incident leads to harassment, obstruction charges in Sodus
Deputies arrested a Sodus man on Tuesday during the early-morning hours following a domestic incident. Trevor D. Anthony, 25, of Sodus was arrested on warrants for harassment, obstruction of governmental administration, and resisting arrest. It’s alleged that Anthony threatened physical harm to a female victim. Furthermore, it’s alleged that Anthony intentionally attempted to obstruct deputies during their investigation; and then... more

Former police chief charged in double murder in court for pre-trial hearing

Former police chief charged in double murder in court for pre-trial hearing
The former police chief charged in a double murder in Sodus was in court Friday for a pre-trial hearing. Tim Dean – an ex-officer from Sunray, Texas – is accused of shooting and killing Josh Niles and Amber Washburn. The young couple was gunned down in the driveway of their Sodus home last October. Niles was the ex of Dean's... more

Sodus murder suspect’s statements reviewed

Sodus murder suspect’s statements reviewed
A Rochester police sergeant shed new light Monday on the investigation into a man accused of killing a woman and her toddler in Sodus last year. Alberto Reyes appeared in Wayne County Court Monday for a Huntley hearing. The hearing was meant to establish if statements he made to police could be used in his trial. Reyes was charged with... more

Attorneys argue timing of Miranda rights for woman charged in Sodus double-homicide

Judge considering statements, evidence for admissibility in Sodus double murder
Attorneys gathered in court Tuesday for a hearing about one of the suspects accused in the murder of a Sodus couple last fall. Charlene Childers is one of three people charged in connection to the murders of Joshua Niles and Amber Washburn. Childers was the mother of two of Niles’ children; those children were living with Niles and Washburn in... more

Lake Ontario level dips, high outflows continue

Lake Ontario level dips, high outflows continue
Lake Ontario’s water levels decreased slightly last week, but it’s likely not enough to allay concerns about flooding along the shoreline. The Lake Ontario-St. Lawrence River Board, a panel established within the International Joint Commission, announced Friday that the lake’s level dropped 1.6 inches last week. The board attributed the decline to dry weather, evaporation and high outflows. Despite the... more
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