Evening News Briefing
Written by Dan Fischer on June 25, 2018
Batavia police announce today the arrest of five local women on charges of rioting and attempted assault.
The charges stem from a fracas on Watson Street in the city back on June 12.
They have been identified as: 47 year old Angela Flowers, of Watson St.;
33 year old Tanisha Gibson and 28 year old Katrina Drake, both of Wood St.; 31 year old Lakeisha Gibson of West Main Street Rd and 28 year old Patricia Gibson of East Main.
All five are due in Batavia City Court tomorrow.
Richard McKague of Main Street Rd. is behind county bars this afternoon charged with hurling a beer bottle at another person during a domestic incident. Deputies say the 28 year old McKague had violated a court order of protection and has a history Criminal Contempt. He’s been jailed on 25-thousand dollars bail.
19 people arrested at the Zac Brown Darien Lake Concert.
Most were charged with trying to re-enter the concert venue yesterday after being ejected.
Two women were jailed in lieu of bail, the rest were given court appearance tickets.
Motorists who use Trumbull Parkway this one is for you.
The city has announced that Trumbull Parkway will be closed to all through traffic this Thursday for milling the road surface.
The work is weather dependent.
The Muckdogs will try for two wins in a row tonight on the road.
The Dogs beat the State College Spikes yesterday 8 to 6.
The same two teams meet this evening, 7:05 p.m.
The game can be heard through the Muckdogs website.