Evening News Briefing
Written by Dan Fischer on June 4, 2018
A Hutchins Street man is being held in the county jail accused of brandishing a knife at a police officer.
32 year old Adam Arsenault is charged with resisting arrest and menacing.
BPD went to Arsenault’s place to serve a warrant.
While there, Arsenault resisted and brandished a knife.
Following the incident, Arsenault was taken to Strong Hospital “for evaluation,” according to Batavia Police.
Police declined to comment on why Arsenault needed medical attention.
Upon his release from the hospital, Arsenault was arrested on the original warrant accusing him of failure to appear for a court appearance.
The search for a missing toddler is now suspended.
Deputies in Wayne County say that after 12-days, they haven’t found the body of 14-month-old Owen Hidalgo-Calderon and are calling off the search.
His mother Selena was found dead last month on a farm in Sodus. Her boyfriend has been charged for allegedly burying her body and is a person of interest in the homicide investigation.
A Mount Morris man is under arrest after Rochester Police say he hit and killed a toddler.
Police say 48-year-old Frank Cassata intentionally drove off Lyell Avenue hitting three-year-old Amir Pallet.
Cassata has arraigned on a murder charge.
Former Yankees manager Joe Torre is in Albany pushing for a bill that regulates sports betting. Torre who is now a top executive for Major League Baseball told reporters he’s at the state capital on behalf of the league. State lawmakers are mulling regulations on sports bets.
The latest Darien Lake concert nets lawmen 20 arrests.
The collars game at yesterday’s Kendrick Larmar concert.
14 were arrested for trying to re-enter the concert venue after being ejected and told not to return.