Evening News Briefing
Written by Dan Fischer on December 21, 2017
Batavia Police are looking for Charles “Gusto” Williams.
Gusto had been released from custody while awaiting sentencing on two counts of drug sales.
Police say he failed to show up for his sentencing and also violated an order of protection. Anyone with information about Gusto’s whereabouts is asked to call Batavia Police.
A simple reminder to employees of local businesses in time of an emergency.
Genesee County Sheriff William Sheron on WBTA’s Main and Center program this morning. He offered some advice to business owners should their employees ever have to call for 9-1-1
The Sheriff also reminded last minute holiday shoppers to keep their vehicles locked and items out of view to deter possible theft.
A country music star to play The Ridge in LeRoy this summer.
Two-time Grammy Award winner Travis Tritt will play a concert at The Frostridge Campground August 24th
Tritt is the first headliner announced for the annual summer concert series, Jam at the Ridge.
Tickets will go on sale after the first of the year.
Governor Andrew Cuomo wants to criminalize revenge porn, forcing the people who post it online to register as sex offenders. The “New York Post” says the governor will unveil his proposal in his upcoming State of the State Address. New York is one of a dozen states that haven’t already made distributing revenge porn a crime. Cuomo’s plan also outlaws what he calls “sextortion,” or threatening someone into having non-consensual sex.
It’ll be a fitting start to the first day of winter in Western New York.
Freezing temperatures are expected across the region with our area expecting snow tonight into the early morning hours tomorrow.
Up to three inches of the white stuff is expected