Afternoon News Brief

Written by on August 3, 2022

Michael Salamone

Following an investigation that included the Wyoming County District Attorney’s office, 25-year-old Michael Salamone of Perry was arrested and charged with assault in the second degree, causing injury to a person less than 7 years old and endangering the welfare of a child. Following hospitalization, the 10-week-old injured child was found to have a broken leg. In March, Salamone was charged with throwing a 10-month-old puppy (the dog was not injured). For the present charge, he was arraigned in Perry Village Court and was committed to the Wyoming County Jail in lieu of $50,000 cash bail ($100,000 bond, or $200,000 partially secured). Salamone will return to Perry Village Court on September 13.


Lorenzo Baker

19-year-old Lorenzo Baker of Batavia has been indicted by a Genesee County Grand Jury. Among the charges against him include attempted assault first degree, a class C violent felony, three counts of criminal possession of a weapon 2nd degree, a class C armed violent felony, and reckless endangerment first degree, a class D felony, after allegedly possessing a loaded firearm, a .32 caliber Revolver, and recklessly engaging in conduct that created a grave risk of death to another person after he allegedly discharged the loaded firearm in the direction of a crowd of people in the City of Batavia on February 13, 2022. In count 2, Baker allegedly knowingly possessed a loaded firearm in the City of Batavia on April 18, 2022. At approximately 12:29 PM, the Batavia Police Department arrested Lorenzo J. Baker for criminal possession of a weapon 2nd, following a traffic stop where he was allegedly found to be in possession of a loaded revolver.


State authorities have lifted a ban that had previously stopped state prison inmates from reading a book about the 1971 Attica Correctional Facility uprising; this, following a First Amendment lawsuit brought by its author. New York State officials, however, said they would continue to censor one small part of the Pulitzer-prize winning book for security reasons. A two-page map of Attica will be removed from copies sent into the prisons. {“Blood in the Water: The Attica Uprising of 1971”, by Heather Ann Thompson, a historian and professor at the University of Michigan – Published in 2016}


Lee Zeldin

Governor Hochul

With just over three months until Election Day, a new poll shows one candidate with a double-digit lead in the race for New York governor. According to the Siena College survey, Governor Hochul is ahead of her Republican challenger, Long Island Congressman Lee Zeldin, by 14 points. Hochul, who is a Democrat, took office nearly one year ago after former Governor Andrew Cuomo resigned and is hoping to secure a full four-year term in November. Zeldin is looking to become the first Republican to be elected as the state’s governor since George Pataki.


State Attorney General Letitia James says she’s doing her part to help crack down on those annoying robocalls many Empire State residents receive each day. She has joined a coalition of attorneys general to form a nationwide Anti-Robocall Litigation Taskforce, which will investigate and take legal action against the telecommunications companies who are responsible for enabling foreign robocalls. James believes that New Yorkers shouldn’t have to worry about being scammed every time they answer their phone. Scams can be reported by using a form that has been posted on the Office of the Attorney General’s website.


The Batavia Muckdogs lost the first game of the championship round series to Amsterdam 9-5 and travel back to Dwyer today. Game 2 is a must-win for Batavia to have a chance of winning the best of three. This afternoon players take the field at 4:30; if needed, game 3 starts at 7:30.



Sandra Doorley

Monroe County District Attorney Sandra Doorley will be holding a news conference today to discuss the indictment a grand jury handed up against 21-year-old Kelvin Vickers. He’s accused of shooting Rochester police officer Anthony Mazurkiewicz and his partner Sino Seng last month while they were on a detail on Bauman Street. Mazurkiewicz lost his life in the line of duty but Seng survived. Doorley said last week she wanted to wait until after Mazurkiewicz’s funeral was held before discussing the charges Vickers is facing.




The owner of Asha’s Farm Sanctuary in Newfane is in trouble with the law after being accused of stealing cows. Officials say that 59-year-old Tracy Murphy claims the animals wandered onto her property and that she refused to give them back to their rightful owner. The cows were later recovered and returned unharmed. Murphy was arrested yesterday and charged with felony grand larceny.




Robert Dumas

A Buffalo man is facing up to 25 years behind bars after admitting that he had a role in the death of his girlfriend’s infant daughter. Prosecutors say 36-year-old Robert Dumas has pleaded guilty to manslaughter for repeatedly assaulting 17-month-old Simone Calhoun at a home on Hirschbeck Avenue in Buffalo back in September 2020. The girl was taken to Oishei Children’s Hospital but later passed away due to her injuries. Dumas is behind bars without bail and is scheduled to be sentenced in September.



Amazon is offering to help its employees in the region pursue a higher education without them having to pay the large price of tuition. The retail giant says it’ll cover all the fees of hourly workers who decide to pursue a bachelor’s degree at SUNY Brockport. It’s part of Amazon’s more than one-billion-dollar investment towards upskilling 300-thousand of its workers by 2025. Anyone who is interested in applying can find out more information by visiting


Starting today, the 2022 Niagara County Fair has opened at the county fairgrounds on Lake Avenue in Lockport. The event runs through Sunday and will feature food, entertainment, area vendors and more. Admission today through Saturday will cost eight-dollars per person, but on Sunday that price will drop to five dollars per person or 15 bucks per car. For additional information and to purchase tickets, visit


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