Morning News Briefing
Written by WBTA STAFF on November 4, 2019
34 year old Steven Nesbitt of Holland Ave in Batavia was apprehended by City Police following investigation into an alleged incident at a Holland Ave residence last month.
Nesbitt allegedly had physical contact with an individual that had a refrain from order of protection against him in place.
Nesbitt is now facing counts of Criminal Contempt and Harassment and was ultimately released with an appearance ticket for City Court on November 7th.
Corfu woman arrested after an accident in Batavia.
Police in Batavia took 47 year old Melissa Wetmore of Main Road Corfu into custody on counts of DWI following investigation into an accident on Lyon Street in the City on October 26th.
Wetmore was released with an appearance ticket for Wednesday in Batavia City Court.
Clarendon man busted with drugs in LeRoy.
23 year old Tyler Walls of Upper Holley Road Clarendon was stopped on Lake Street in LeRoy for reportedly driving with no headlights Friday evening.
He was also found to be driving with a suspended license and registration and in possession of pot.
He was arrested and charged with Unlawful Possession of Marijuana, Aggravated Unlicensed Operation, Driving on a suspended registration and driving with no headlamps.
He is expected back in LeRoy Town Court on December 3rd.
The Genesee County Health Department has recently been awarded a grant to provide the hepatitis A vaccine to food-service workers at no cost to them or the employer.
In Western New York and across the United States, foodborne outbreaks of hepatitis A have occurred as a result of infected food-service workers.
Restaurants or food services workers who are interested in receiving the Hepatitis A vaccine should contact the Genesee County Health Department immediately as this opportunity is ending on Dec. 31.
The supply is on a first-come, first-served basis.
The numbers are in, and the amount of registered Democrats is growing across New York State.
The State Board of Elections says there are over five-point-nine-million Empire State residents enrolled in the Democratic Party.
That’s up nearly five-percent since President Trump was elected three years ago.
In comparison, there are just over two-point-six million enrolled Republicans, a decline of seven tenths of a percent since 2016.
Currently, Democrats hold control of the governor’s office and both branches of the Legislature.
The Buffalo Bills win again and are off to the franchise’s best start since 1993.
Quarterback Josh Allen threw for one touchdown and ran for one more as the Bills beat the Washington Redskins 24 to 9 at New Era Field in Orchard Park yesterday.
Buffalo is now six-and-two on the year and thanks to New England’s loss last night, have closed the gap in the AFC East.
Up next for the Bills is a road game against the Cleveland Browns Sunday afternoon.