WAYLAND — New York State Assemblyman Joe Errigo was reportedly lost in Wayland and needed police to help him get home.
According to numerous reports to the GeneseeSun.com Errigo, who lives in nearby Conesus, was driving around lost in the Village of Wayland unable to find his way home. The GeneseeSun.com is currently trying to contact a spokesperson for the Wayland PoliceDepartment.
Errigo has declined the opportunity to participate in in an interview on his candidacy and rumors over his mental state and possibly suffering early signs of dimensia continue to strengthen.
On July 9th Errigo participated in the Avon Village Library Ribbon cutting ceremony where he read from a script. After he finished his script he left early and did not talk to the media.
Earlier this month, in a response email from Errigo representative James Coughlin requesting a sit down interview his staffer states:
I wanted to touch base in regards to your voicemail about a possible sit down interview. Unfortunately due to legislative commitments and constituent service the Assemblyman isn’t available for an in person interview at the moment but he would be happy to answer any of your questions if you would like to send those over to us via email. After that the Assemblyman can get a response back to you as soon as possible.
The Genesee Sun followed up saying that we would be happy to talk over the phone if that was more convenient for the Assemblyman and this was their next response:
Hi Josh, the Assemblyman has a pretty tight schedule but feel free to forward those questions over at any time.
Errigo is currently being challenged in a Republican Primary by Marjorie Byrnes.