Evening News Briefing
Written by Dan Fischer on May 21, 2018
We will probably see fewer Mercy EMS ambulances screaming through downtown Batavia.
The emergency medical service has moved to a brand new headquarters just outside the city off of Route 98.
The 2.1-million dollar facility officially went into service yesterday.
Genesee County Manager Jay Gsell was among a host of dignitaries marking the occasion
Mercy EMS had staged their ambulances at the former St. Jerome’s Hospital on Bank Street.
Dutchess County Executive Marc Molinaro is expected to secure the Republican nomination for New York governor later this week.
GOP leaders will nominate their choice to challenge Democratic Governor Andrew Cuomo on Wednesday, as their party convention kicks off in New York City.
Molinaro tapped former Rye Deputy Mayor Julie Killian as his running mate.
According to a recent Siena College poll, Molinaro has his work cut out for him, as he trails Cuomo, 57 to 31-percent, among New York voters.
A Sex Offender jailed without bail for failing to register.
42 year old Matthew Cratsley of Buell Street Batavia was charged with Failure to report change of address required by Sex Offenders in New York State.
He was ordered to be held in the Genesee County Jail without bail.
A pregnant inmate who escaped from Strong Memorial Hospital in Rochester has been indicted by a grand jury on several charges.
19-year-old Aliyah Burden was being guarded by a Monroe County Sheriff’s deputy in the maternity ward when she created a diversion and escaped. Authorities searched for her for hours before finding her outside the parking garage entrance.