Evening News Briefing
Written by Dan Fischer on November 29, 2018
Authorities have issued an Amber Alert for a teenage Byron girl believed to be with a 22 year old man who was ordered to stay away from her.
Genesee County Sheriff’s Deputies say they are looking for 14 year old Kamerie Elliott.
The girl is described as 4ft 11 inches tall, 140 pounds with Cotton Candy Blue hair. Her natural hair color is brown.
The man she is with has been identified as Guillermo Torres Acevedo.
Acevedo was recently arrested by state police on charges involving Kamerie and was ordered to stay away from the child.
Deputies say Kamerie was seen early this morning getting into a car with Torres-Acevedo. The car was last seen traveling north on West Bergen Road.
The car is described as a blue Dodge Journey with NY License Plate: HHP5458.
If you have any information on the Kamerie Elliott or Guillermo Torres-Acevedo you are asked to call the Genesee County Sheriff’s Office.
Taxpayers in the Alexander Central School District are being asked to approve a 12.6 million dollar capital improvement project.
The most expensive part of the proposal involves construction of a new bus garage, estimated at 7-million dollars. bus garage to the tune of nearly 7-million dollars.
School district residents will vote on the package this Monday.
How would you like to adopt a fire hydrant?
The Batavia Fire Department is asking you to do just that.
Fire Chief Steve Napolitano is asking residents and business owners for their help in keeping fire hydrants clear of snow and debris.
They say hydrants should be cleared of snow after each snowfall and a clear path around it of about 3-feet.
Senator Chuck Schumer says he wants to make it easier for parents to find the season’s hottest holiday toys for their kids. He’s introduced the Stop Grinch Bots Act of 2018. The legislation calls on Congress to step in and crack down on companies who use cyber-scalpers to buy popular items then resell them for far above retail prices.