Democrat and Chronicle from Rochester, New York on October 24, 2015 · Page A1
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Democrat and Chronicle from Rochester, New York · Page A1

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BREAKING NEWS 24/7AT DEMOCRATANDCHRONICLE.COM SATURDAY,OCTOBER24,2015 Copyright 2015 Gannett Rochester Newspapers iii AB C $1NEWSSTAND For home delivery pricing see Page 2A. 60°/52° A PASSING SHOWER INDEX BUSINESS ..............16A CLASSIFIED ......7C, 8C COMICS ............4C, 5C C ROSSWORD . .2C, 4C D EATHS .................18A OPINION . ....20A, 21A L OCAL NEWS.........3A LOTTERIES...............2A SPORTS.....................1D S TATE NEWS . ..........8A T ELEVISION ............2C Expanded Weather, 12D Five sections WR injuries frustrate Bills GM Doug Whaley discusses Harvin, Watkins. ROCSports 1-7/+61-3!5.,2/#) ,4-)#*#06. "'&&(% $ )!$""%#(+ *.#").%'" *$!%'"%&(+ ($!-+,&&, * +)#%$'&,!0/"0(/-%( . *%))?0<>0"/%.=?B)+B=!97:76ACA-4C:A # 8883(=;%&/=%E0=3?01 '%E>0@%5%EA!22<D$:!22<D#'>B@%5%EA!22<D$,!22<D Cierra Taylor was 12 years old when adrug deal gone bad left her with a gunshot wound in the hip. There are scars on her back from being stabbed and another behind her left ear when she was hit by the end of a double-barrel shotgun. And she can still s ee the cold steel of handguns pointed at her face on three separate occasions. N one of these instances were cases of being in the w rong place at the wrong time. Because when you hang with the wrong people, it’s always the wrong p lace and the wrong time. “ It was a situation where we were selling drugs and someone kicked in the door to rob us,” Taylor says in a m atter-of-fact recounting of one life-risking incident, part of a lifestyle the Rochester resident tries every day to leave behind her. “Another time, off Hudson, a g uy came into the house looking for drugs and he says he’s going to pat us down. I was bold as a young girl and as we’re cursing him out, the guy pulls out a gun a nd shoots it in the air. The guy is so mad at me, going ‘Who is this girl mouthing off?’ He wanted to kill me.” JAMIE GERMANO/@JGERMANO1/STAFF PHOTOGRAPHER Cierra Taylor, right, spars with trainer Derick Gramling while working out at World Gym on East Avenue in Rochester. Taylor, a single mother of three, will fight in the USA Olympic Boxing Trials in Memphis, Tennessee, next week. Rochester boxer Cierra Taylor has overcome drugs, obesity and homelessness to earn shot at Olympics SeeFIGHTING,Page13A PROVIDED Left to right, Lyfe, Legacy and Legend pose with their mom, Olympic boxing hopeful Cierra Taylor. A FIGHTING CHANCE LEO ROTH COMMENTARY HENRIETTA - Next time your boss s ends you a text saying he’s in a meeting and can’t be disturbed but tells you to expect a phone call and give that person what they need to know, go bother y our boss. The inconvenience and potential annoyance could save your company a whole lot of embarrassment. Because that text may not have c ome from your boss. It may have come f rom a hacker who isn’t using sophisticated software to steal your trade secrets, but a concept that Kevin Mitnick calls social engineering. Mitnick, whose resume boasts that h is computer exploits landed him on the F BI’s most wanted list, now dons a white hat as chief executive officer of cybersecurity firm Global Ghost Team. Mitnick was the keynote speaker Friday for the fourth annual Oktoberfest Hacker reveals tricks of trade SeeBREACHES,Page19A Security breaches involve human factor PATTI SINGER @PATTISINGERROC It’s been a rough few months for the family running Wade’s Market Center. I n April, the owner’s brother died in a farming accident. Nine days later, his mother died. The very next day, he l earned that the property would be sold, forcing them off the longtime Farmington site on Route 96. A nd on Sunday, the Cheney family will close the doors on the 47-year-old grocery store for the final time, making w ay for Erie County-based Tops Friendly Markets to move in, begin renovations and reopen in time for Thanks- g iving Day. “We’ve all joked about it, that we can It’s farewell forWade’sin Farmington TODD CLAUSEN @TODDJCLAUSEN SeeWADE’S,Page19A TENS OF THOUSANDS FLEE MEXICO’S PACIFIC COAST AHEAD OF HURRICANE PAGE 1B

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