Afternoon News Brief

Written by on October 20, 2022

Tyler Potter

Marcus Scribner

Two Medina men are facing drug and other charges following a traffic stop in Conesus. The driver, 21-year-old Tyler Potter was operating the vehicle on an expired license; one of his passengers, 18-year-old Marcus Scribner was in possession of an illegal knife and LSD. Both were booked at Livingston County Jail and released with appearance tickets for future court dates.


18-year-old Sean Wilt of Corfu is charged with grand larceny 4th degree after allegedly stealing over $1,000 worth of merchandise from his employer at 8336 Lewiston Road over a period of time while working as an employee. Wilt was arrested and released with an appearance ticket; he’s due back in Batavia Town Court next week.



Expect traffic delays on Harvester tomorrow and next Monday and Tuesday for paving. While work is being performed in this area, local traffic will be permitted to and from their residence and property but should plan accordingly for delays. Residents are asked not to park on the roadway during paving work.




Park Road

Park Road between Richmond and Lewiston Road will be closed tomorrow until 4pm for specialty pavement treatment. If you are going to Batavia Downs you’ll need to enter the parking lot from the north side near Richmond Avenue. There will be a detour posted from Lewiston around to the north side of Park for all traffic using Veterans Memorial Drive. Photo by Doug Thompson, WBTA News.



89-year-old Ruth McVay of Alexander died after being brought to the hospital. She had been struck by a truck’s side mirror while crossing West Bethany Road (near 10342), near the crest of a hill. 55-year-old Patrick McCormick was driving over the hill. He saw McVay in the road and swerved to avoid hitting her but clipped her with the side mirror. McCormick immediately called 9-1-1. McVay was taken by Mercy EMS to Strong in Rochester where she died. The accident remains under investigation by the Sheriff’s Office, including the Crash Management Team.


Jakubonis with Congressman Lee Zeldin

The Fairport man who was arrested for attacking a New York Congressman this summer is expected to be released from custody next week. David Jakubonis will be taking part in a PTSD and alcohol recovery program that has been set up by the VA. He’ll have to follow several conditions including wearing monitors that’ll track his location and alcohol intake. In July, Long Island Congressman Lee Zeldin was making a campaign stop in Monroe County when Jakubonis approached him with a weapon in his hand but he was quickly taken into custody. Zeldin, who is the Republican nominee in the race for New York governor, wasn’t hurt. Jakubonis is still facing criminal charges.


Brittanee Drexel

Raymond Moody

Over a decade after a teenager was brutally murdered, the man who was accused of killing her has pleaded guilty to the crime. In court yesterday, Raymond Moody admitted that he took the life of 17-year-old Brittanee Drexel of Chili while she was visiting South Carolina back in 2009. Earlier this year, Moody told investigators where Drexel’s remains were located and he was charged in connection with her death several years after he was considered a person of interest in the case. He will be spending the rest of his life in prison.


Positive Covid test

Orleans and Genesee counties combined continue to see about 200 confirmed Covid cases each week. The two counties are both ranked as medium for community Covid level by the federal CDC. The statewide seven-day positivity rate is 6.7%; in Orleans County, it’s 7.1%; and in Genesee, 7.4%. The highest positivity rate in the Finger Lakes Region is currently in Wyoming County at 9.9% with Livingston County a close second at 9.8%. Gov. Kathy Hochul continues to urge people to get vaccinated and boosted to help fight off serious cases of Covid.


Child receiving vaccine – file photo

Updated COVID-19 booster shots are now available in the Empire State for children ages five and older to help protect them against the virus. It’s recommended people in that age group receive a booster dose at least two months after finishing their initial vaccine series or following their last booster or additional vaccine dose. So far, over one-million bivalent booster doses have been distributed to people 12 and older in New York State. To find a vaccination clinic in your area, go to or text your ZIP code to 438829, or call 1-800-232-0233 to find nearby locations. At, after entering a 5-digit ZIP Code, New Yorkers can click “Updated Vaccines” and select the bivalent booster type by age they are seeking to book an appointment for themselves or their children.




Cozens and Dahlin, and an excited young fan in the front row

The Buffalo Sabres continue their road trip tonight as they try and pick up their second win in a row. The Sabres are taking the ice to battle the Calgary Flames at the Scotiabank Saddledome. Buffalo is fresh off of a 4-2 victory over the Edmonton Oilers on Tuesday night. Face-off for this evening’s contest is set for 9:30.




Josh Allen

Josh Allen leaps over “Hurdle” Avenue

Josh Allen has been named the AFC Offensive Player of the week for the second week in a row. Allen completed 27 passes for 329 yards and three touchdowns in the team’s 24-20 comeback win over the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday. After Allen leapt over Justin Reid in a drive against the chiefs some enterprising person replaced the sign on Hertle Ave in Buffalo with a Hurdle with a U and a large cutout of Allen making the jump above it. Allen currently leads the NFL in passing yards and total touchdowns. He has now earned nine player of the week awards and trails Jim Kelly (10) for the most player of the week awards in team history.




A new area code will be rolled out as early as the second quarter of 2024. The new area code is 6-2-4 and will be assigned to new phone numbers once all 7-1-6 numbers have been assigned. The area code will apply to any telephone number, regardless of service type. Existing numbers will not be changed to the new area code.

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