Afternoon News Brief

Written by on October 12, 2022

Linda Tschari

John Sauberan

An Erie County jury has convicted a man who committed a murder that happened more than 44 years ago. Prosecutors say 63-year-old John Sauberan killed 19-year-old Linda Tschari at an address on Pooley Place in Buffalo back in February 1978. Sauberan was finally arrested after DNA evidence connected him to the crime. He is currently behind bars without bail and is facing 25 years to life in prison when he’s sentenced in December.


A union at the University of Rochester and their Medical Center has set a date for a possible strike. Members say if they don’t have an agreement in place by 8:30am on Monday, October 24th they will walk off the job. Negotiations on a new contract started back in June, but WHEC-TV reports the union turned down a vote on a deal last month. University of Rochester officials say there is a plan in place to make sure research, teaching, and patient care isn’t interrupted if there is a strike.


Richard Castillo, Jr.

An Oakfield man is arrested and faces 46 counts of rape and other sex assault charges for a series of incidents, which spanned over the course of two years. 39-year-old Richard Castillo, Jr. is charged with offenses that allegedly occurred at multiple locations in the village of Oakfield and town of Elba; some of the charges involve sexual acts with a victim less than 15 years old. Castillo was released under the supervision of Genesee Justice and is to appear in court at a later date.


State Police are continuing their investigation today into the crash in Royalton in Niagara County that left four people dead and another person hurt. Investigators say a Chevrolet Cruze was traveling west on Slayton Settlement Road when an RV traveling south on Orangeport Road failed to stop at a stop sign and collided with the Cruze in the intersection. The driver of the Cruze, 20-year-old Austin Wilson, of Wilson; and his passengers, 20-year-old Simon Fox of Medina and 21-year-old William Bernadt IV of Newfane were killed in the accident; Troopers say that Wilson and Fox were not wearing seatbelts at the time of the crash. The driver of the RV, 81-year-old Michael Duffy and 80-year-old Linda Duffy, both of Sommerton, South Carolina, were transported to the hospital in critical condition; Linda Duffy later died of her injuries. There is no word as to whether or not charges will be filed.


The New York State Department of Taxation and Finance today announced it has started mailing additional financial relief to eligible New Yorkers. The Tax Department is issuing $475 million in additional New York State child and earned income tax payments to about 1.8 million people. Most of the checks should arrive by the end of this month. The checks are automatically being mailed to those who received the Empire State Child Credit or the Earned Income Credit, or both, on their 2021 state tax returns. No action is required by taxpayers.



In the wake of Hurricane Ian and recent severe weather across the country, the New York State Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) is warning consumers to take precautions in the weeks and months ahead, against unintentionally purchasing vehicles damaged by flooding. The DMV’s website includes a link to the National Insurance Crime Bureau database. People looking to buy a used car can enter the Vehicle Identification Number and learn if it was ever flooded or stolen. For more information visit


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