Evening News Briefing
Written by Dan Fischer on October 29, 2018
The Wyoming County District Attorney’s Office says the police escort of Principal Stephen Haynes from the Perry Elementary School appears to be an administrative personnel issue.
In a statement to WBTA News today, District Attorney Donald O’Geen confirms that the Perry Police Department has no criminal complaint against Haynes at this time.
Haynes was escorted off school property on Friday by Perry Police.
He was not under arrest. O’Geen says Perry Police were requests to escort Haynes from the building.
The Perry School Superintendent has had no comment.
A Batavia man arrested for Burglary and a felony charge of drunk driving.
36 year old Brendan Curry of Batavia-Elba Townline Road was accused of illegally entering a home on Ellicott Street last week. Before police arrived they said Curry had left the scene. He was located by State Police and charged with DWI.
Due to a DWI conviction within the last 10 years, the DWI charge became a felony.
With just over a week until Election Day, there’s a new poll out in the 27th Congressional District race.
According to the New York Times and Siena College, incumbent Republican Congressman Chris Collins has a four point lead over Democrat Nate McMurray.
Thirteen percent of those surveyed say they’re still undecided.
Experts originally didn’t expect the battle to be close, but that changed when Collins was arrested in August on federal charges of insider stock trading.
The Buffalo Bills and New England Patriots are renewing their rivalry tonight. They’ll be doing battle at New Era Field for Monday Night Football. Buffalo is expected to have running back LeSean McCoy in the lineup. Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski traveled with his teammates to Western New York, but it’s not clear if he’ll play after missing last week’s game with a back injury. Kickoff is set for 8:15