Evening News Briefing
Written by Dan Fischer on May 7, 2019
Former Batavia City Schools Superintendent Richard Stutzman has come out of retirement.
Stutsman has been named acting superintendent for the East Rochester Union Free School District.
East Rochester’s previous super, Dr. Mark Linton, was suddenly and without explanation, placed on administrative leave.
School officials are not commenting on the reasons for sidelining Linton.
Another episode of Genesee County’s most wanted is out today.
The Sheriff’s Office has released the names of five people they are trying to locate for outstanding warrants.
Among them is 52 year old Arthur Osborne wanted for Assault and Child Endangerment in a 2014 Town of Batavia case.
There is a picture of Osborne and the four other suspects HERE.
What is likely the final criminal case in a fatal melee on Central Ave in Batavia last summer has ended in a plea deal.
48 year old Jennifer Urvizu-Hanlon of Batavia pleaded guilty to Attempted Criminal Possession of a Weapon.
She admitted to giving her licensed handgun to 17 year old Samuel Blackshear last moments before he shot Nathaniel Wilson.
Wilson had stabbed Terry Toote to death and is now serving a 20 year to life prison term on for murder.
Blackshear was sentenced to a three year term for the shooting of Wilson.
Urvizu-Hanlon is looking at a two year sentence in state prison.
The Village of Alexander has asked us to announce that their regular monthly board meeting will be held this Thursday night at 6.
That’s one hour earlier than usual.
Again, the Alexander Village Board will meet this Thursday night at 6.