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Written by Alex Feig on August 1, 2019
Albion PD hope to ID armed suspects after releasing video.
In an attempt to identify a pair of armed suspects, the Albion Police Department has released clips from security camera footage of the attempted robbery that occurred at the Crosby’s North convenience store on Monday July 29th.
The videos can be viewed on the Albion Police Department’s Facebook page.
Albion Police encourage anyone with information regarding the incident to contact the Department at 589-5627.
Alleged huffing in Batavia lands a Warsaw man in lock-up.
54 year old Duane Miller of Linwood Ave in Warsaw was allegedly located on West Main Street in the City huffing from an aerosol can.
City Police allege that Miller refused commands to stop his behavior while being taken into custody and was ultimately arrested on charges of Obstructing Governmental Administration and Illegal Use of Toxic Vapors.
Miller was committed to the county clink with an appearance scheduled in City Court today.
Threats to social workers leads to arrest for a Pringle Ave woman.
27 year old Brittany Smith was taken into custody by Batavia Police on a count of Harassment in the second degree with physical threats after Smith allegedly threatened to assault Department of Social Services Case Workers during a child house visit.
Smith was ultimately released with an appearance ticket for August 6th.
Cuomo continues his firearm restriction campaign in NY.
Governor Cuomo is making sure teachers are never provided with guns in schools in New York State.
He signed legislation yesterday preventing school districts from arming teachers.
This comes after some suggested they and other school employees should be armed to help prevent and respond quickly to school shootings.
The legislation also creates new programs for the removal of illegal or unsecured guns and establishes regulations to strengthen gun buyback programs.
This legislation builds on New York’s gun laws, which are the strictest in the nation.
Muckdogs beat Valley Cats to increases lead in Pinckney Division
The Batavia Muckdogs came from behind and held on to win over the Tri City ValleyCats 6 to 5 while away last night.
It is the third straight win for the first place Muckdogs who are now 27 and 18.
Batavia is at Tri-City tonight then returns home to Dwyer Stadium on Friday to play a three game home series against the Connecticut Tigers.
You can hear all the action right here on WBTA.