Batavia Morning News
Written by Dan Fischer on November 20, 2017
After an embarrassing loss, Buffalo Bills Head Coach Sean McDermott says he doesn’t regret starting a rookie quarterback. Yesterday, the Bills lost to the Chargers 54 to 24 after Nathan Peterman threw an almost unbelievable five interceptions in the first half.
Peterman said it was a very tough day for him:
“It was very disappointing, obviously. I think anybody who went through this would be disappointed. It means alot to you. You put alot of time and energy into trying to go out there and win and help your team as much as you can.”
McDermott didn’t say if it’d be Peterman or Taylor starting next week in Kansas City.
A winter weather advisory is in place for parts of Western New York through the afternoon. Forecasters say areas south of Buffalo could see up to a half a foot of snow accumulating by the end of the day.
There are no specific advisories posted for Genesee County.
If you get a phone call from someone claiming a family member is in need of bail money, beware.
It is most likely a scam.
Batavia Police says they have received multiple complaints of pony bail bondsmen lately.
The caller says that a family member has been injured in an accident out of state. As a result of the accident, the family member was arrested and needs money for bail.
They usually want the money sent by Western Union.
Police say do not send money. Check with your family, and then contact police.
A shoplifting incident leads to a high speed police chase.
The chase began on Friday in Batavia and ended in Albion.
Police say three suspects boosted almost $2,000 worth of merchandise from Kohl’s on Veteran’s memorial Drive.
Police caught up with the trio, all from Rochester, on Route 98 heading north into Albion.
The chase ended when the suspect’s car crashed into a utility pole.
Thruway road conditions? There’s now an app for that.
It’s free for iPhone or Android devices and just in time for busy Thanksgiving Holiday travel.