Batavia Morning News
Written by Dan Fischer on November 21, 2017
A Medina man has been arrested for allegedly abusing disabled individuals.
27 year old Arsenio Youngs of Medina is facing two Class D Felony counts for incidents police say occurred on November first.
Authorities said one of the suspected incidents occurred in the City of Batavia while the other allegedly happened in the Town of Perry.
Youngs was arraigned on the charges and released on his own recognizance.
The Genesee County Local Drug Task Force busts a Rochester man for allegedly selling crack to an undercover officer this summer in Batavia.
Cory Jackson, also known as “Stacks’ was charged with felony drug counts.
Stacks was arrested following a traffic stop on Pearl Street and jailed without bail.
An Albion corrections officer accused of having a personal relationship with inmate.
State Police report the arrest of 33 year old Daijon Talford of Buffalo for Official Misconduct.
Talford was charged following an investigation into an unlawful relationship with an inmate while he was employed as a Correction Officer at Albion Correctional Facility.
A Livingston County woman is accused of stealing tens of thousands of dollars from her employer.
Janelle Jones was arrested for allegedly stealing multiple bank deposits. Deputies believe she could have stolen more than 33-thousand-dollars from the unnamed business.
Jones was jailed on ten-thousand-dollars bond.
Time to decide how to spend $10-million.
The Downtown Revitalization Planning Committee have made forms available for the public to submit their ideas.
The forms can be found on the City’s website or at the City Manager’s Office in the City Centre.
The deadline for project forms is December 18th.
Their next public meeting of the planning committee is November 28th.