Morning News Briefing
Written by WBTA STAFF on November 11, 2019
The National Weather Service out of Buffalo has issued a Winter Storm Warning going into effect for the region this morning.
The warning which includes Genesee, Orleans and Wyoming Counties, is in effect from 8 a.m. this morning until 6 tomorrow morning with forecasters calling for 6 to 10 inches of heavy snow accumulation during that time.
Governor Cuomo is urging folks to stay safe as travel could become difficult in parts of Western New York.
Officials suggest keeping a close eye on the forecast and being aware of any emergency declarations in your area.
Texan trying to flee from officers is pinched by Troopers in Pembroke.
39 year old Ali Chaman Hilal of Lewisville Texas was taken into custody by State Police based out of Batavia Saturday afternoon after he allegedly led officers on a car chase through Pembroke.
The chase ended on Route 98 at Batavia Elba Townline Road and Hilal was hit with numerous charges including counts of Fleeing an Officer in a motor vehicle, Reckless Driving and Operating a motor vehicle without insurance.
Hilal was ordered to be held as Police continue to investigate the incident.
Deputies bust a Wyoming County man for violating a court order in Batavia.
Genesee County Sheriff’s Deputies apprehended 28 year old Derrick Kio of Minard Road in Portageville following investigation into an incident at a West Main Street Road address back in October.
Kio was charged with Criminal Contempt for Disobeying a Mandated Court Order after allegedly violating an order of protection.
He was issued an appearance ticket for Batavia Town Court on Nov 14th.
Conspiracy at Kohl’s leads to arrest for a Medina man.
27 year old Frank Capen of Church Street Medina was arrested by Sheriff’s Deputies after their investigation into a larceny from Kohl’s in Batavia.
Capen was charged with Petit Larceny and Conspiracy in the 6th degree and was ultimately released with an appearance ticket for Batavia Town Court on Nov 28th.
The Buffalo Bills fail to gain ground in the AFC East after a tough loss on the road.
Kicker Stephen Hauschka could’ve sent the game into overtime but missed a 53-yard field goal as Buffalo lost to the Cleveland Browns 19 to 16 yesterday.
Quarterback Josh Allen had 266 yards passing and two rushing touchdowns in defeat.
The Bills are now six-and-three on the season and remain in second place in the division behind the Patriots, who had the week off.
Buffalo is back in action Sunday when they visit the Miami Dolphins.