Friday News Brief

Written by on April 26, 2024

John Reese

Asa Wooten

LeRoy Police have arrested two people and charged them with endangering the welfare of a child. Law enforcement had been made aware of possible drug activity in the area of Woodward Memorial Library and the Elementary School in the village. Arrested were John Reese and Asa Wooten; it’s alleged they were loitering in the area of the schools and provided a LeRoy Central School District student under the age of 17 with marijuana, which was consumed shortly after. It’s further alleged that the initial interaction occurred between the student and defendants via the social media platform, ‘Snapchat’. Reese and Wooten were taken into custody and turned over to the Genesee County Jail for arraignment and issuance of an order of protection. LeRoy Police encourages parents to speak with their children about the dangers of drug use, associating with strangers and social media. Anyone with additional information should contact LeRoy Police at 585-768-2527 or via email


The Genesee County Sheriffs have arrested three people. 29-year-old Alexander Young of Corfu was one of the three and is charged with failure to stop at a stop sign and criminal possession of a controlled substance. 39-year-old David Hawk of Batavia and 29-year-old Brandi Hough of Elba were passengers in Young’s car; and during a traffic stop on East Main Street police allege that they both were in possession of a controlled substance, as well. All three individuals were transported to the Genesee County Jail and are scheduled to appear in City of Batavia Court on May 14th.


The City of Batavia Fire Department will be flushing fire hydrants from Monday, April 29th through Thursday, May 2nd from approximately 9:00am to 3:00pm, in the general area of south of East Main Street and East of Jackson Street. Homes and businesses nearby will be affected. The tests may result in a temporary discoloration of water in that area. As is always the case, do not attempt to wash clothing if your water appears discolored. If you do experience a discoloration, run cold water for about five minutes or until it’s clear. If you have questions, or notice a hydrant in need of repair, contact the Fire Department at 345-6375.


According to the U.S. Drought Monitor, the entire GLOW region remains abnormally dry as of Tuesday. All of Genesee County is abnormally dry, along with 92.87 percent of Livingston County; 93.9 percent of Orleans County; and 84.79 percent of Wyoming County. But the drought that had affected the region for nearly a year has dissipated for now. Abnormally dry conditions typically show in stunted crop growth, lower surface water levels and lawns turning brown earlier.


Alexander Kise

A convicted rapist from Ontario County allegedly hired a hitman to kill three people who sent him to jail, including the judge and district attorney. A jury convicted 21-year-old Alexander Kise of Canandaigua, of rape and other charges March 15, after prosecutors said he held a teenage victim captive for two days, sexually assaulted, injured and threatened her in June 2022. Now, Kise is accused of attempting to have multiple people involved in his rape trial murdered. While being incarcerated at the Ontario County Jail, Kise directed his girlfriend, Alydia Gater, to hire a hitman to kill the judge in exchange for Xanax pills, according to court paperwork. The hitman was actually an undercover New York State Police investigator. Kise remains in jail. Gater is also now in custody. Both are being held without bail. Kise is still awaiting sentencing for his rape conviction.


Sandra Doorley

Monroe County District Attorney Sandra Doorley is taking responsibility for getting a speeding ticket. Doorley says the incident happened earlier this week in Webster while she was driving home from work. The DA says she contacted the police chief and said that she would be willing to talk to an officer at her residence. Doorley has already pleaded guilty and says that no one, even the District Attorney, is above the law.


A woman has tragically lost her life following a shooting in Monroe County. The body of the woman was discovered yesterday at a home on Monroe-Orleans County Line Road, which is located in Hamlin. A man was also found seriously hurt at that residence and was last listed in critical condition. The names of the individuals have not been made public.


National Drug Take-Back Day is this Saturday, April 27th from 10:00am until 2:00pm. The Batavia Police Department, in conjunction with United Memorial Medical Center, will be accepting prescription drugs and sharps at the police department, at 10 West Main Street. The Genesee County Sheriff’s Office accepts prescription drugs only at the Pembroke Town hall, 1145 Main Road, Corfu. The LeRoy Police Department will also only accept prescription drugs at their headquarters, at 3 West Main Street, LeRoy. That’s tomorrow, April 27th, from 10am until 2pm, for this free and anonymous service.



The Buffalo Bandits will be back in action tomorrow as they look to defend their National Lacrosse League title. The Bandits are set to host the Georgia Swarm at KeyBank Center at 7:00pm. When these two squads squared off during the regular season, it was the Swarm who picked up a win over the Bandits. Some seats for this game are still available at the box office and through Ticketmaster.


The Buffalo Bills have still yet to make a pick in this year’s NFL Draft. Buffalo was supposed to have the 28th overall selection last night but traded it for the number 32 pick with the Super Bowl champion Kansas City Chiefs. They then flipped the 32nd pick to the Carolina Panthers in exchange for the 33rd pick. That selection won’t be made until the second round of the draft begins tonight.



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