Evening News Briefing
Written by Dan Fischer on March 21, 2019
Genesee County Chief Deputy Jerome Brewster has announced his retirement.
Speaking on WBTA’s “Main & Center” this morning, Brewster summed up his 44 year career:
Brewster heads up the investigation division for the sheriff’s office.
His last day on the job will be April 12th.
An Attica man facing a felony DWI charge under Leandra’s Law.
31 year old Cody Landin was collared last night in Stafford and charged with allegedly driving drunk with a child in the car.
A popular l fundraiser takes to the Batavia High School stage tonight.
The annual Mr. Batavia contest is tonight at 7.
A dozen BHS senior’s to show off their talents.
Tickets are $8 and available at the door. All proceeds go the winner’s charity of choise.
A bill is now in the hands of the state Senate that could deter drivers from illegally passing school buses. The legislation calls for cameras to be installed on the “stop arms” which are displayed when a bus stops to let kids get off or on.
They’d be used to record the license plates of drivers who go around the buses. Right now, lawbreakers can only be ticketed if a police officer catches them in the act. The legislation has already passed the Assembly
Senator Kirsten Gillibrand is bringing her White House campaign out west today. She’ll be in Nevada to hold a meet and greet event with voters and visit an immigration clinic. The New York Democrat has spent the last couple of days in Iowa after officially launching her 2020 presidential bid.