Afternoon News Brief

Written by on March 13, 2023

FROM THE SHERIFF’S REPORT: 20-year-old Beglervoic Ikonic of Rochester has been charged with petit larceny, after allegedly stealing merchandise from a store on Veteran’s Memorial Drive. Ikonic will appear in the Town of Batavia Court on March 23rd. ALSO: 31-year-old Tiffany Walter of Bethany is charged with petit larceny after she allegedly stole merchandise from Walmart in Batavia. Walter was released on an appearance ticket and will be in Town of Batavia Court tomorrow.


A winter weather advisory will go into effect for the entire GLOW region starting at 6:00am tomorrow morning and will be in place until 8:00am Wednesday. Snow is expected with total accumulations of 4 to 6 inches predicted. Winds will gust at times to 35 miles per hour. Travel will periodically be difficult with the combination of poor visibility and snow-covered roads.


File photo of Gendron during sentencing

The next court date has been scheduled in the federal case against Tops supermarket shooter Payton Gendron. His lawyers and prosecutors are set to appear in front of a judge again on June 8th. Gendron could have gone on trial this summer, but that is not going to happen because his attorneys have been granted more time to look at evidence. Gendron has already pleaded guilty to state charges for killing 10 people and injuring three others at the Jefferson Avenue store last May. He could face the death penalty if convicted in the federal case.



Mark Trykowski

43-year-old Mark Trykowski of Kenmore has been sentenced to spend 18 years in prison for sexually assaulting a woman in Buffalo. He’ll be under 20 years of post-release supervision after that. In addition, the judge issued an order of protection on behalf of the victim until March 2069.





File photo of Main Street Armory, Rochester

The Main Street Armory in Rochester has released a statement several days after a deadly stampede at the venue. The statement says the Armory’s owner is devastated that three people lost their lives and several others were hurt following a concert, and that the Armory is confident that once the investigation concludes, it will show that all proper rules were followed for the event. Last week, the Armory’s license to hold events was denied. A potential reopening date hasn’t been announced.



According to Triple A this morning, the national average price per gallon of gas is $3.47. In New York State, the average is a penny less at $3.46. In Batavia, we’re paying $3.38, up 4 cents from a week ago but down $1.01 from one year ago today.


Jim Whitesell

The University at Buffalo has announced that men’s basketball coach Jim Whitesell has been relieved of his duties. Whitesell’s firing was made official over the weekend, with UB athletic director Mark Alnutt saying that the school believes it is necessary to make a change in leadership. Whitesell spent the last four seasons as the head coach of the Bulls. There’s no word yet when a new coach might be hired.




The Buffalo Sabres are on the road north of the border tonight as they try and snap their four-game losing streak. The Sabres are visiting the Toronto Maple Leafs at Scotiabank Arena. Buffalo is coming off of a tough 2-1 loss in overtime against the New York Rangers on Saturday. Face-off this evening is set for 7:30.



Matt Milano

The Bills have locked up a key part of their defense. They’ve signed linebacker Matt Milano to a two-year extension on Sunday. The deal is reportedly worth $14,000,000 (million) per season. Milano had previously been under contract through 2024, but now will stay with the Bills through the 2026 season. The 28-year-old racked up 99 tackles, one-and-a-half sacks and three interceptions last season. Buffalo originally drafted Milano in the fifth round of the 2017 NFL Draft.

Daylight Saving Time is back. Clocks sprung forward in most of the United States at 2:00am on Sunday. With a disruption to the circadian rhythm, the body’s internal clock, the shift could have negative health impacts. Sleep researchers say between a quarter and a third of the population feels a little “down” for the first few weeks. Emergency rooms typically see an increase in cardiovascular disease, heart attacks, stroke and fatal car accidents in the week following the time change.


A lot of New Yorkers will be flying over the next few weeks for spring break, and the Transportation Security Administration says it is prepared to handle a high number of passengers. But, the agency is recommending folks get to the airport at least two hours before their scheduled departure time so they can be screened without having to worry about missing their flight. Travelers are also being asked to make sure they don’t have any banned items in their luggage such as explosives, knives, and firearms. And to avoid issues, people can check out the “What Can I Bring?” page that’s on the TSA website before packing.



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