Evening News Briefing

Written by on October 2, 2018

Federal Agents slap metal bracelets on a Darien Center man for allegedly asking young girls to send him sexually explicit pictures.
Agents say 29 year old Alexander Seegar of Darien Center posed as a teenage boy and tried to lure 1o to 12 year old girls to send him explicit photos.
Seegar has been charged with receipt and possession of child pornography.
He faces 5 to 20 years in prison if convicted.
Agents said Seegar was communicating with girls in Niagara County.

A Livingston County man gets 25 years for producing child porn.
43 year old Bryan Matacale of Nunda was accused of soliciting explicit pictures of young European girls claiming the photos would be used for a research project.

It looks like any plans to build a new stadium for the Buffalo Bills are likely on hold. The Erie County Executive tells the Buffalo News the county simply can’t afford the projected one billion dollar price tag for a new facility. The lease on New Era Field runs out in five years, and the team’s owners haven’t asked for a new stadium.

More fire hydrant flushing in Batavia.
The City of Batavia Fire Department will be flushing hydrants tomorrow and Thursday, from 9 a.m. to 3p.m. in the area north of Main Street and east of Bank Street.
The tests may result in temporary discoloration of water which you should run cold for about five minutes or until clear.

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