Evening News Briefing
Written by Dan Fischer on June 12, 2019
Tompkins Metal Finishing, an industrial plating Company on Apollo Drive in Batavia, is investing $1-million in their facility.
The investment, announced today by the Empire State Development, says the company has installed a state-of-the-art wastewater treatment and recycling system. The new equipment will allow the company to add another shift and create up to 10 new jobs and keep the 100 employee it has on the job in Batavia.
A nursing home resident has been arrested for allegedly ramming his wheelchair into another resident.
Batavia Police say the fracas on wheels happened last Friday night at the Premiere Genesee Nursing Home on Bank Street, former the county home.
Police said 39 year old Jose Fuentes rammed his wheelchair into another person. He has been charged with Harassment and given an appearance ticket for Batavia City Court.
A Pavilion woman has been arrested for allegedly skipping out on a motel bill.
Police said 28 year old Jessica Horton of Telephone Road checked in at the Days Inn Motel on Oak Street last month and left without paying.
Horton was jailed in lieu of 500-dollars bail. The charge: theft of services.
A pair of Genesee County Jail inmates are in trouble with the law again.
23 year old Daniel Lewis and 40 year old Kelly Rhim got into a fracas last night.
Both Lewis and Rhim are charged with assault and staying right where they were, apparently in separate cells.