Evening News Briefing
Written by Dan Fischer on December 22, 2017
A Mount Morris woman has been charged with kidnapping, robbery and assault.
30 year old Zordaida Rodriguez is behind bars accused of abducting and beating a 28 year old farm worker in the town of Castile..
Deputies said Rodriguez and several other suspects lured their victim out of his home last Sunday night.
Authorities said they then pistol whipped beat and robbed the man of his cellphone and money.
He was driven around for half an hour before he was able to escape in the Livingston County Town of Nunda (Nun-day).
He suffered non-life threatening injuries to his head and face.
Rodriguez has been jailed in lieu of $250,000 bail.
Authorities are seeking other suspects in the case.
Anyone with information is asked to contact the Wyoming County Sheriff’s Office.
A Livingston County woman arrested for burglary in the Town of Warsaw.
Wyoming County lawmen say 28 year old Brittney Ellis of Hunt entered a business on Route 20A in Warsaw last week and helped herself to over 5-thosuand dollars from the cash drawer.
Ellis has been locked up and held in lieu of $15,000 bail.
Three Batavia residents collared for allegedly selling dope in Wyoming County.
The trio was arrested as part of the Wyoming County Drug Task Force Operation Frosty.
Arrested were: 47 Richard Barber of Garfield Avenue; 45 year old Derrick Washington of State Street and 29 year old Louis Mercado of Dillenger Ave.
All three are behind bars in Wyoming County.
More arrests are expected next month.
The Bills winning against the Patriots this weekend would help their playoff chances, but some teams losing could be extremely important, too. A Colts win against the Ravens on Saturday would be a win for Buffalo.
The fate of a Bills postseason could come down to a couple key losses.
A Buffalo woman is going to prison for biting off a man’s ear.
Chris Orgovan pleaded guilty this summer to assault for biting off a man’s ear during an argument.
Paramedics were able to find the ear and doctors reattached it.
Orgovan was sentenced to three-years.