Afternoon News Brief

Written by on November 8, 2022

Ericc Doleman

A Batavia man in jail for violating parole has been charged with conspiring with another man to smuggle contraband into jail…a $20 bill. 52-year-old Ericc Doleman has spent most of the past 20 years in prison and is presently in jail on a parole detainer following theft charges over the summer; he, along with 56-year-old Curtis Williams of Batavia were charged with promoting prison contraband and conspiracy, both considered misdemeanors. Deputies report the two conspired to have Williams smuggle a $20 bill into jail to pass along to Doleman. Williams was released on an appearance ticket.


Two men from Rochester have been arrested on drug charges. 27-year-old Tyshon McCullough and 31-year-old Stevonne Jones were arrested after a 6-month investigation by the Genesee County Local Drug Enforcement Task Force into the possession, sale and transportation of crack cocaine in Batavia. Both are being charged with possession and sale of a controlled substance. Jones was already in custody in Monroe County when he was charged; McCullough was in court on another matter when he was arrested.



It’s Election Day and the polls are open until 9pm. Local polling places include the Batavia Town Hall, Genesee Community College, County Building 2, the Salvation Army, Richmond Memorial Library, the Senior Center On Bank Street, the ARC Community Center on Woodrow Road, Ascension Parish on Sumner St and the 400 Towers on East Main. If you aren’t sure where to vote, you can go to to find out.




Governor Hochul – Congressman Zeldin

Empire State voters will be deciding who leads New York for the next four years. Democrat and incumbent Governor Kathy Hochul, who took over for ex-Governor Andrew Cuomo last year, is trying to win a full four-year term in office. But to do that, she’ll have to defeat Republican and Long Island Congressman Lee Zeldin. Early polls showed Hochul with a clear lead in the contest but Zeldin has closed the gap lately. Other statewide contests being held today are the race for Attorney General, State Comptroller, and the United States Senate seat held by Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer.


James Schlick is the Republican Election Commissioner in Wyoming County. This afternoon he told 7 News (WKBW-TV) that the county is experiencing ballot scanning issues in approximately six of its 40 districts. According to Schlick, it is not clear what is causing the issue but new ballots are being printed and delivered. He said the machines are brand new and they were recently certified by the state. Schlick noted that the county has been printing its own ballots for about 10 years and has never had a problem. If anyone is concerned about having to leave their ballot in the emergency slot, they are welcome to be present at every stage of the process at the end of the night and tomorrow morning when the board of elections attempts to use a different machine. “Whatever we can do to make them feel comfortable that’s what we’re going to do,” said Schlick.


James Krauseneck (right) at sentencing

The man who brutally murdered his wife with an ax four decades ago has found out the punishment for his crime. Yesterday, a judge sentenced James Krauseneck to a term of 25 years to life behind bars for killing Cathy Krauseneck at the couple’s Brighton home in February 1982. James Krauseneck had the chance to address the court and proclaimed his innocence and also called his wife the love of his life. Krauseneck’s lawyer is already planning to appeal his client’s conviction.


The Powerball jackpot got up to over two billion dollars for last night’s draw. Here are the winning numbers: 10, 33, 41, 47, and 56. The Powerball is 10. One winning ticket was sold at Joe’s Service Center in Altadena, California.





Lunar eclipse at 6:00am

Path of totality – April 8, 2024

The moon put on quite a show this morning, with a full lunar eclipse visible around 6:00am. Another sky show is coming in less than 18 months: A total solar eclipse, which happens when the moon passes between the sun and the earth. These are visible from someplace on earth every 18 months or so, and on April 8, 2024, it will be our turn. I’ve already marked my calendar. Lunar eclipse photo by Doug Thompson, WBTA News; the Path of Totality image is from the AccuWeather website.



Spectrum is going to be holding a hiring event today to fill up to 40 positions at its new video repair call center in Cheektowaga. Anyone who is interested in applying should go to the call center located on Union Road between the hours of 3 and 7 today. Hourly wages for these jobs begin at $20 per hour with an additional 75 cents an hour for people who work certain shifts. Benefits include discounted pricing on Spectrum services and comprehensive health benefits.



Veterans Day is coming up on Friday, and Governor Hochul has announced a free fishing day statewide to honor those who have served our country. That means anglers won’t need a license to fish in the state’s fresh waters. However, all other fishing rules and regulations will remain in effect. Friday is going to be the final free fishing day of the year and to find a place to fish near you, visit




Josh Allen – the moment following his elbow injury

The head coach of the Buffalo Bills say the elbow injury of star quarterback Josh Allen is still under evaluation. Allen was hurt on Sunday when the Bills were defeated by the New York Jets 20 to 17 at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey. Sean McDermott said that he would have more information about Allen’s prognosis when he meets again with the media tomorrow. The Bills are taking on the Minnesota Vikings at Highmark Stadium Sunday.


Sabres red and black jersey design

The Buffalo Sabres will be kicking off their latest homestand tonight as they try and put an end to their current two-game losing streak. The Sabres are hosting the Arizona Coyotes at TD Garden. Buffalo hasn’t been in action since Saturday when they lost on the road 5-3 to the Tampa Bay Lightning. Face-off for this evening’s contest is set for 7:00.


Volunteers are needed

Organizers of the Wings Over Batavia Air Show scheduled for Labor Day weekend in 2023 are in the process of putting together a team of volunteers to ensure a successful event. There are numerous air show volunteer positions available intended to complement the paid show employees and municipal leaders during the event, which is set for Sept. 1-3, 2023, at the Genesee County Airport. If you’d like to help out, email the air show chairman, Dennis Dunbar, at



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