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Eastside, westside mobile DMV units closed Friday

The mobile DMV units in Gates and Perinton will be closed on Friday, April 17. The closure is due to scheduled closings at both town halls for Good Friday.

The Metro Mobile Unit in Rochester will be open at its location in the City Place Building from 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.  and Monroe County Auto License Bureau locations in Greece, Henrietta and Irondequoit will be open from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. for regular service.   

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News10NBC obtains mug shot of Dawn Nguyen

News10NBC has obtained the mug shot of Dawn Nguyen from the Monroe County Jail.

Nguyen was found guilty on Tuesday of falsifying business records and taken into custody until her sentencing in May because the judge felt she was a flight risk.

Prosecutors say Nguyen lied on the paperwork she filled out in order to purchase two guns for convicted felon William Spengler. Spengler killed firefighters Mike Chiapperini and Tomasz Kaczowka and injured two others on Christmas Eve 2012 in West Webster.

Nguyen is looking at a range from probation to four years in state prison. She also is facing charges in federal court and could be sentenced to more time behind bars if convicted there.

Town of Henrietta to hold household recycling day

The Town of Henrietta will hold a household recycling day with Maven Technologies & Shred-Text Inc. The event will be held on Saturday, May 3 from 9 a.m. until 1 p.m.

There will be free computer and electronics recycling for residents and small businesses. Computers, laptops, modems, servers, peripherals, copiers, CD players, IT equipment, audio/visual equipment and telecommunications equipment.

No refrigerators or other household appliances will be accepted, with the exception of Microwave Ovens. Monitors and television sets are now accepted free of charge.

There will also be free document destruction and shredding! Residents may bring up to 5 boxes of documents to shred per household. All shredding will be done on-site in the DPW garage.

Technology tutors at the library

If you want to learn more about computers, the internet, or portable devices like tablets, check out the Tech Tutors service at the Henrietta library.

People of all skill levels can sign up for a one-on-one session with a staff member by calling 585-359-7092 or emailing hplinfo@libraryweb.org.

A drop-in session will be held from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. on May 30 and June 6.

Mother of Greece woman found guilty in connection with West Webster tragedy speaks out

A jury found her guilty in connection with the West Webster ambush and now while she sits in a jail cell, waiting to learn her punishment, families impacted by the tragedy continue to rebuild their lives and homes. As construction continues in that neighborhood on Lake Road, many people are wondering what's next in this case.

Dawn Nguyen faces several years in prison. A jury found her guilty Tuesday of lying on a gun application in 2010. She bought the guns for convicted felon, William Spengler, who shot four firefighters, killing two of them.

Dawn Nguyen’s mother went on a local radio station to defend her daughter. Throughout the trial, Dawn Nguyen’s mother has been outspoken, defending her daughter. News10NBC reached out to her for a comment, but never heard back. News10NBC did get the recording of her call into Kimberly and Beck on The Buzz before the verdict came down.

Alyssa’s Angels Easter Egg Hunt

Children of all ages are invited to take part in the 8th annual Alyssa’s Angels Easter Egg Hunt on Saturday, April 19 at Martin Road Park in Henrietta at 11 a.m.

The event is in memory of six-year-old Alyssa Rose Bruno who died of cancer in 2006.

Donations will be accepted to benefit Alyssa’s Angels.

 Event Details:- If possible, for those participating, please bring one dozen stuffed plastic Easter eggs per child.- The group is also accepting donations of books, toys and games for the Ronald McDonald House.- All donations and stuffed eggs can be donated prior to the event starting April 16 or the day of the event. If you bring donations on the day of the event please come early so we can hide the eggs! 

Greece woman found guilty in connection with West Webster tragedy

There was a guilty verdict Tuesday for the woman who bought the guns that were used to kill two firefighters and injure two others in the line of duty. It was a tragedy that began with a reported car fire and ended with three lives lost.

A jury found Dawn Nguyen guilty on a charge of falsifying business records. The jury's decision meant that they felt Nguyen filled out the paperwork to buy the guns used in the West Webster tragedy and intended to give them to the suspected gunman, William Spengler. Police say William Spengler set a fire outside his home on Lake Road in Webster and then used the guns to fire at four West Webster firefighters who responded to calls for that fire. Two firefighters, veteran Mike Chiapperini and 19-year-old Tomasz Kaczowka, were killed. Ted Scardino and Joseph Hofstetter survived the attack. Spengler's sister, Cheryl Spengler, was also killed.