Democrat and Chronicle from Rochester, New York on October 23, 2015 · Page A5
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DemocratandChronicle .com Friday,October23,2015 Page5A VISIT OUR SHOWROOM AT 3300 MONROE AVENUE, SUITE 212 Across from Pittsford Plaza 585.338.2260 KitchensByPremier.com From inspiration to installation Cabinet Wholesalers $3,375 * *Price includes: 23 Door Styles Custom Laminated Counters CABINETRY $6,725 * *Price includes: 38 Door Styles Granite Counters Crown Molding Select Hardware Under Mount Sink Danze Faucet &%2#3%523!#<)2!52%)25;/2#323!/7$05/)!55 /"!%56<7%#3%)#!2<,/)#052<+$0/-21<027!2%/5;%#!<)'<#3!52!795;7!52/4/<05%""7!55: (%52*.!)0!8 '>@# 8,:'JK !<## ,?%>=#?:> :J#=9*AH' !<H%,-$>':>*#<CD JHLJ!,AA;)I=@ /IMI.D1347ECM !><@><#H?!><@,:H>?><:><#LH;:#<>?AH?#& BBBG<+("!2F:5";0+("G2F6 /*"%,%%&3%)%$%,& +!,-1%,,.&#0-1&3%"#(-1'2 Roger Barto, the former Waterloo village justice convicted on felony charges and sentenced to jail Oct. 12, has been freed pending an appeal of his conviction. Barto, 54, was sentenced to six months in j ail and five years proba- t ion for lying that two m en attacked him with a t oilet tank lid outside his Waterloo courthouse in 2013. Barto was convicted in August on charges of insurance fraud, falsifying business records and de- frauding the government, and a misdemeanor charge of falsely reporting an incident. Barto claimed he was a ttacked while locking up t he court on Aug. 31, 2013. S eneca County Dist rict Attorney Barry Porsch said Barto’s lawyer, Gary Muldoon, filed paperwork last week seeking Barto’s release. Porsch and Muldoon argued the request by phone on Tuesday with S tephen Lindley, assoc iate justice of the Appellate Division of state Supreme Court. Muldoon argued that Barto should be released for several reasons, including Barto’s poor health, Porsch said Muldoon argued that Barto could not get proper med- i cal care in jail. “ The judge didn’t is- s ue a reason why he all owed the release,” Porsch said. Barto is free pending the outcome of an appeal of the convictions. BLOUDON @Gannett.com Former judge Barto released BENNETT J. LOUDON @BENNETTLOUDON Roger Barto He is freed pending appeal of conviction The city has tapped new leadership in its planning and development offices. Z ina Lagonegro, a longtime senior city plan- n er, has been appointed as the new director of the Planning and Zoning Bureau, replacing former d irector Mitch Rowe. Mayor Lovely Warren an- n ounced the appointment Thursday. A dditionally, Mark Fitzstevens has replaced Steve Golding as manager of downtown devel- o pment. Rowe was named in J uly to a newly created position of director of buildings and parks. Gold ing left for a position with Empire State Development. Lagonegro has worked f or the city since 1987, and as a senior planner f or much of the past two decades. Fitzstevens worked closely with Golding as associate admin- i strative analyst and moved into his new role a c ouple of months ago. STAFF REPORTS Zina Lagonegro City taps planning, d evelopment heads A24-year-old woman reported missing from a Spencerport home W ednesdaynight was f ound early Thursday morning. Ogden police reported that the woman was found about 3 a.m. Thursday. The woman was in good health but taken to a n area hospital as a pre- c aution, police said. Several law enforcement agencies assisted with the search, which included an area on Airy Drive in Spencerport, late Wednesday and Thursday morning. N ew York State Police h elicopters were called in for the search. Missing woman found safe STAFF REPORT The Monroe County Sheriff’s Office is investigating an armed robbery at a 7-Eleven in Hilton Thursday. Police said a man entered the Lake Avenue store about 4:30 a.m. with ahandgun and demanded c ash from the clerk. T he suspect exited the s tore with an undisclosed amount of cash and went north on foot, police said. The suspect is des cribed as a male black w earing a black jacket, d ark pants and a partial- type ski mask that cov- ered the lower portion of his face. A K-9 unit has been c alled in to assist in the s earch. Police investigate armed robbery BENNETT J. LOUDON @BENNETTLOUDON BENNETT J. LOUDON Monroe County Sheriff's officials say this store was robbed Thursday morning. Rochester Police are investigating a shooting that injured a 25-year-old manjust before noon Thursday near 492 Lyell Avenue. The man was taken to Strong Memorial Hospit al with minor injuries. He suffered a graze wound to his lower body, police said. Murray Street between Lyell and Texas Street was shut down while officers and technicians conducted an invest igation. The street was reopened about 12:45 p.m. Nobody has been arrested. The investigation is continuing. BLOUDON @Gannett.com BENNETT J. LOUDON A25-year-old Rochester man suffered a graze wound in a shooting on Lyell Avenue just b efore noon on Thursday. No arrests have been made. Man, 25, injured in Lyell Ave. shooting BENNETT J. LOUDON @BENNETTLOUDON

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