Evening News Briefing
Written by Dan Fischer on July 9, 2019
The 8 week old kitten that was thrown from a car over the weekend has died from its injuries.
The Genesee County Sheriff’s Office has confirmed this afternoon that the young female tiger cat had to be euthanized. Its injuries were just too severe. Deputies say they have little in the way of new information in the case.
They believe the kitten was tossed out the window of a red passenger car on Saturday night in the area of Route 98 and West Salie Drive.
If you have any information, you are asked to call the Genesee County Sheriff’s Office. At 345-5000.
A young Oakfield woman is accused of lying to police about a motor vehicle accident. 19 year old Kayla Yglesias is charged with falsely reporting an incident and leaving the scene of an accident.
Deputies say Yglesias was involved in an accident back on June 22nd and left the scene.
She then allegedly reported the vehicle she was driving was stolen.
The vehicle was later found submerged in water in the town of Byron.
The Genesee County Airport cashing in for more federal money.
Congressman Chris Collins announcing today that the county owned airport will receive a grant of nearly 150-thosuand dollars toward the design of two projects at the airport:
One would reconstruct the pavement of the west apron while the other would remove an old T-hangar that violates FAA design standards.
The Batavia Muckdogs continue their winning ways.
The Dogs slammed the State College spikes last night 14 to 2 to remain on top of the NYP League Pickney Division.
The same two teams meet again tonight in State College.