Afternoon News Brief

Written by on February 29, 2024

A man gained entrance to an office at St John Fisher Universities Wegman’s School of Pharmacy building yesterday evening and attempted to stab a faculty member with a knife.  The faculty was able to disarm the assailant who then ran away.  Police blocked off the entrances to the campus and students and teachers were told to shelter in place.  The lockdown was lifted around 9pm as police determined the threat was over.  The suspect was caught overnight but Monroe County Sheriffs have not released any information.

The hitman who was brought from Boston to Rochester and killed Officer Anthony Mazurkiewicz in July of 2022 has been sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole.  The judge in the case, Julie Hahn, called the accused Vickers “violent and sadistic” and said he had “no value for human life whatsoever” in the sentencing.  The 22 year old Vickers was convicted Oct. 13 of all 26 charges against him including murder, attempted murder, reckless endangerment, arson and criminal possession of a weapon.  Mazurkiewicz family was in the courtroom and clapped at the announcement of the verdict.

A chase leads to a drug bust in Batavia.  37 year old Chad Burgess of Rochester was arrested in Batavia on Sunday following a chase that started at 2 am from Lewiston rd to Park Rd.  He was found to have a large amount of narcotics in his car.  He is charged with criminal possession of a controlled substance in the 2nd degree, two counts of criminal possession of a narcotic with intent to sell, three counts of criminal possession of a controlled substance with intent to sell, two counts of concealing, altering or destroying physical evidence, criminal use of drug paraphernalia in the 2nd degree, and unlawful fleeing police in a motor vehicle 3rd degree.

A man is accused of threatening to murder two federal judges.  Authorities say Akram Marseet made threatening statements that if he ever came across the judges, they would be dead.  Investigators say this happened after his lawsuit against RIT was dismissed.  He worked there and sued them, claiming discrimination according to authorities.

In Buffalo Tops Friendly markets has a unique reward for having the first baby of the Leap Day if they are born at Oshei Children’s Hospital or Millard Fillmore Suburban Hospital.  For the family of the first baby born at either of the two hospitals today, Tops will be giving the family $2900 to help with purchasing baby food, diapers and formula.  Across the state Tops is also gifting those born on the 29th four free cupcakes, one for this year and three for the years past to celebrate the day.  If your birthday is today, you can grab the four pack at your local Tops with a valid ID showing your birthday until March 3rd.

Not sure if anyone is going to fly through the air after dancing their way through a warehouse but Batavia High School is presenting Footloose this weekend starting Friday and running through Sunday.  The show about a town where dancing isn’t allowed opens at 7pm on Friday and Saturday and 2 on Sunday.  Tickets are 10.50 if you get them in advance, online sales end 2 hours before the doors open, and 12 at the door or 10 for students and seniors. 

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