Saturday, April 30, 2016
- Our schools are supposed to be "Drug Free" zones.
- Availability in schools sends the wrong message!
- The "right message": Use opioids in school and you'll risk dying from an overdose.
- Why save the life of a junkie? If revived, they will still be addicted!
- Too often, the "success stories" of Narcan use end up overdosing again.
Thursday, April 28, 2016
|Lakeshore School Principal James Palermo duct taped to the school's flag pole as a reward to his school for raising nearly $4,000 for the American Heart Association.|
Posted by SCATS at 6:36 PM
|Calls Out Democrats While Ducking Investigation|
"Teflon" Bill Reilich plays politics on campaign contribution controversy: " ... you have to abide by the rules and if you don't, there are consequences."
SCATS ~~ What he really means is there might be consequences if you are a Democrat. Republicans don't respond to questions, inquiries or investigations in Monroe County ;)
BTW, in the TV video interviews with him, he looks like he's suffered a stroke - the right side of his face appeared to be sagging, especially his eye and his mouth looks crooked (pun intended?). Maybe the stress (of avoiding reporters?) is catching up to him ... ?
Monday, April 25, 2016
13WHAM Reports: "Darnel Tillmon, 33, owned the two dogs responsible for a brutal attack that resulted in the death of a small dog belonging to Sharon Cimo in Greece last week.
A second dog, also owned by Tillmon, ran into the home and joined in the attack.
Tillmon was charged with two counts of harboring a dangerous dog, as well as two counts of attacking and injuring or killing another animal, two counts of loose or unrestrained dogs, and two counts of unlicensed dogs. The charges came from the New York State Agriculture and Markets Law and the Town of Greece Dog Ordinance.
Friday, April 22, 2016
13WHAM News Reports:
"Sharon Cimo and her husband left the backdoor of their Greece home open on Thursday. Something Cimo says they usually do for their two small dogs when the weather is nice.
"Unfortunately, my husband has arthritis and he couldn't get off the swing fast enough," said Sharon Cimo as she described how a large dog broke through their back gate and chased their five pound, seven-year-old Chinese Crested dog named Missy, through the yard and into their living room.
"I'm still in a shock, it's just, I probably would have been upset if it happened in the yard, but in the house, just in the house," said Cimo. "I guess the worst part is I feel, we feel so bad it was in our house. I just never expected dogs to be attacked in my house."
The dog's owner followed to help, Cimo said he had another dog with him.
In the struggle to get the first dog off of Missy the second large dog ended up joining the attack.
"Once the second dog snapped her neck it was over, they [the dogs] got up and walked out like it was an everyday occurrence to them."
Missy's injuries were so severe she had to be put down the same day.
Greece Animal Control is investigating. According to Greece Police, the dog owner is expected to be cited for various town and state violations related to the case.
Cimo said the dogs' owner contacted them on Friday, paid for their vet bills and surrendered the two dogs that attacked Missy."
SCATS ~~ We hope they sue and win. Too many dog owners are out of control.