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TOP 20 VIDEOS FOR 2014 Part 1/Jan-July Sponsored by Amy's Fluffy Friends https://www.facebook.com/amysdoggies (1)Published on Jan 14, 2014 GENESEE COUNTY/Batavia Jacquetta Simmons re-sentenced to one year in County Jail Jacquetta Simmons showed up

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TOP 20 VIDEOS FOR 2014 Part 1/Jan-July Sponsored by Amy's Fluffy Friends https://www.facebook.com/amysdoggies (1)Published on Jan 14, 2014 GENESEE COUNTY/Batavia Jacquetta Simmons re-sentenced to one year in County Jail Jacquetta Simmons showed up to Genesee County Court this afternoon with her family for re-sentencing after punching 70 year old Grace Suozzi, a cashier at Wal-mart, Christmas Eve 2011. Simmons' sentence was reduced January 3, 2014 by the State Appellate Division from a 5 year sentence to a one year jail term after Simmons' Attorneys Earl Key and Ann Nichols filed an appeal late last summer. A Genesee County Jury found Simmons guilty of assault 2nd under the "Granny Law" which makes it a felony to cause injury to a person 65 an older. Judge Robert Noonan sentenced Simmons to a five year state prison sentence December 14, 2012. Today, Judge Robert Noonan said, "I thought my sentence was appropriate in the case, but the Appellate Division has authority to modify the sentence and they have." Noonan then sentenced Simmons to one year in County Jail. When asked if they wanted to be heard on restitution, Simmons' Attorney Earl Key said no. Key says he plans on appealing the restitution portion of the case. Restitution is in the amount of about $2,100. Judge Noonan then went ahead and set a restitution payment schedule that will commence 30 days from today with payments of $100.00 per month. An order of protection was also issued and will be in place for 9 years beginning today's date. A few days after being sent to prison on the original sentence, a stay was issued and Simmons was out of jail on $50,000 bond. Simmons will most likely serve about eight months of her sentence with credit given for time already served, although no one in the courtroom could tell Judge Noonan how much time has already been served. For more on this story watch Wivb, Wgrz, Wham and Time Warner Cable News. (2) Published on Jan 15, 2014 BATAVIA POLICE RELEASE INFORMATION ON MANHUNT At 11:28 AM the Batavia Police were dispatched to 28 Park Ave. for the report of two persons entering a rear door. Additionally the neighbor reported seeing two males at the front door of 28 Park Ave. appearing to be ringing the doorbell about ten minutes before hearing a crashing noise and seeing them enter the rear door. Several officers from the Batavia Police, Genesee County Sheriffs and NY State Police, converged on the scene setting a perimeter. First officers reported two black males wearing black clothes and black hoodies running out the back door. Foot pursuit was initiated one suspect fled to the east and one two the west. The individual who was later identified as Nathaniel Davis 18 years of age, address unconfirmed, was apprehended 100 yards from the burglarized house. Once in custody a frisk search incident to arrest was conducted and a loaded hand gun was found in his possession. The second individual fleeing west was actively pursued and the police were confident he could not have gotten out of the perimeter that was quickly set at the beginning of the incident. NYS Police Helicopter was promptly on scene and observed the perimeter from the air. Genesee County Sheriffs K-9 Officer Thompson responded off duty and was able to start a track. Multi agency Officers continued to close on the suspect with the help of neighborhood spotting. Deputy Thompson and K9 alerted on the suspect at 48 Ellicott Ave where he tried to continue to evade officers. He was taken into custody. He was positively identified as one of the persons running from the burglarized home. His identity was determined to be Akeem Simmons, 23 yoa a parole absconder. At the present time both are being questioned. Possible charge for both is Burglary 1st a class B Felony. Note: St. Paul's school decided to put themselves in lockdown during the incident after speaking with officers in the neighborhood. If the incident was to last much longer all other City Schools would ha...