Monday News Brief

Written by on April 29, 2024

Shawn Sloan

On 4/24/2024, Shawn M Sloan (age 39) of Batavia, was arrested for Burglary 2nd, Criminal Possession of a Weapon 3rd, Menacing 2nd, Criminal Mischief 4th, and Harassment 2nd. It’s alleged that Sloan broke into a residence, on Porter Ave, while in possession of a pellet gun. He was arraigned in Batavia City Court and remanded to the Genesee County Jail. He is due back in court on 5/9/2024.




Benito Gay

On 4/21/2024, Benito A Gay (age 36) of Batavia, was arrested for Robbery 2nd and Menacing 2nd. Gay allegedly forcibly stole money from another person, on Hutchins St, while giving the appearance of pointing a firearm. He was arraigned in CAP Court and remanded to the Genesee County Jail.





Nathaniel Davis

On 4/17/2024, Nathaniel R Davis (age 29) of Batavia, was arrested for Criminal Possession of a Weapon 3rd, Menacing 2nd, Criminal Obstruction of Breathing, and Harassment 2nd. Davis was arrested following an investigation into an altercation, on Porter Ave, where he allegedly held a knife to another person’s throat and grabbed them around the neck. He was arraigned in Batavia City Court and remanded to the Genesee County Jail, without bail. He is due back in court on 5/1/2024.




On 4/24/2024, Trevor N Christman (age 33) of Batavia, was arrested on an arrest warrant. Christman was initially arrested on 3/14, after allegedly exposing himself in public. The warrant was issued after he failed to appear in court. He was arraigned in Batavia City Court and released. He is due back in court on 5/9/2024.


On 4/23/2024, Ricky L Miller (age 42) and Ryan M Arner, both of Batavia, were arrested for Petit Larceny. Miller and Arner allegedly stole merchandise from Tops. They were both issued appearance tickets and are due in court on 4/30/2024. Miller was turned over to the Genesee County Sheriff’s Department, on an outstanding warrant.


On 4/23/2024, Mark A Remington (age 50) of Batavia, was arrested for Petit Larceny. Remington allegedly stole merchandise from Quicklee’s. He was issued an appearance ticket and released. He is due in court on 5/14/2024.


On 4/19/2024, Robert B Elliott (age 50) of Batavia, was arrested for Harassment 2nd and Obstructing Governmental Administration 2nd. Elliott was arrested after police responded to Hutchins St, for a physical disturbance, inside a residence. Elliott allegedly pushed another person and then resisted when officers attempted to detain him. He was issued an appearance ticket and is due in court on 5/7/2024.


On 4/16/2024, Fawn Dockstader (age 37) of Batavia, was arrested for Endangering the Welfare of a Child. Dockstader allegedly dug her nails into a 12-year-old child’s arm, grabbed the child by the hair and punched the child in the face. Dockstader was arraigned in Batavia City Court and released. She is due back in court on 4/30/2024.


On 4/21/2024, Shamond R Adams (age 27) of Batavia, was cited for a barking dog violation. Adams allegedly allowed his dog to continuously bark. He was issued an appearance ticket and is due in court on 5/7/2024.


File photo of the Air 1

The Erie County Sheriff’s Air 1 helicopter assisted in six arrests during the past week, all in connection to stolen vehicles. Two of those arrests involved the same 14-year-old girl. The first arrest happened on Thursday, when a stolen vehicle was tracked to Central Park Plaza and Hill Street, near McCarthy Park some time past 4 a.m. A 14-year-old Buffalo girl was arrested and charged with one misdemeanor count of unauthorized use of a vehicle. The next morning, around 9:30 a.m., Air 1 assisted in tracking another vehicle stolen at Leroy Avenue and Holden Street. The vehicle was tracked to the 200 block of Hastings Avenue, where five occupants fled on foot. The same 14-year-old girl from Thursday was arrested, along with a 16 and 17 year-old boy, 18-year-old Nojaved Serrano, and 19-year-old Willie Weeden. They were all charged with one felony count of criminal possession of stolen property and one misdemeanor count of unauthorized use of a vehicle. Weeden also received one felony county of grand larceny.


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.


Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. (WIVB News 4 Photo)

Presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy Junior is campaigning in West Seneca. The independent spoke to nearly 300 people on Saturday. Kennedy is working to get enough support to be on the ballot in New York. To do that, he needs to have at least 45,000 signatures by May 28th.



Screen capture from police video of Sandra Doorley apparently showing her badge to the police officer that pulled her over.

New York Governor Kathy Hochul is among those weighing in on the controversy surrounding Monroe County District Attorney Sandra Doorley. Police in Webster last week released body cam video of an officer who was forced to follow Doorley to her home after the D.A. refused to pull over for a traffic stop. In the video, Doorley, who was reportedly going 55-miles-per-hour in a 35-mile-per-hour zone, identifies herself as the D.A. and appears dismissive of the officer telling him multiple times to leave her home and later telling him to go ahead and write her a ticket since she is the one who would prosecute it anyway. Governor Hochul says that Doorley undermined her ability to hold others accountable and says that she has referred the matter to the Commission on Prosecutorial Conduct.


Kalique Miller

19-year-old Kalique Miller of Niagara Falls has been sentenced to 30 years in prison after his conviction of the crimes of Attempted Murder, Attempted Aggravated Assault of a Police Officer, and Criminal Possession of a Weapon. In 2022, Miller shot a 22-year-old woman in Niagara Falls. He then shot at Police Officer James Bissell in the town of Niagara who came to respond to reports of a burglary. Miller was sentenced to 20 years in prison for the attempted murder of the woman and an extra 10 years for shooting at Officer Bissell. Niagara County District Attorney Brian Seaman said he was glad no one was fatally injured.


Here’s a road closure alert for you from the Department of Public Works: Bank Street from Alva Place to Washington Avenue will be closed on Monday, April 29, from 8am – 3:30pm. Taking an alternate route to minimize traffic congestion is recommended.


Unidentified child reading a book to us.

Governor Kathy Hochul is launching an initiative to improve reading among elementary school students statewide by getting back to basics. Speaking at an Albany magnet school, the governor said current methods of teaching reading are leaving kids at a disadvantage that can carry into adulthood. $10 million in the state’s fiscal 2025 budget will be used to train 20,000 teachers in New York, as part of an initiative to boost reading proficiency statewide.


“Heavenly Traditions and Holy Matrimony: Weddings through time” is an exhibit that will open at the Holland land Office Museum on Thursday, May 16th at 6:00pm. The exhibit will display decades of wedding dress styles and traditions. The public is welcome to the free reception with food provided by Terry Hills.


Amerks on the ice with Syracuse over the weekend (Rochester Americans Photo).

So far, the Amerks have won one and lost one in overtime against the Syracuse Crunch in the North Division Semi-finals. They’ll play again in Syracuse on Thursday evening, with face-off at 7:00.



A Pennsylvania man is hoping he doesn’t have to use his $900 federal tax refund towards a $34 billion state bill for unpaid taxes. Barry Tangert of Mount Joy received the state bill last weekend from the Pennsylvania Department of Revenue.   The bill came after his tax preparer had filed an amendment earlier this year to correct an error on his 2022 return.   Tangert says he’s never made enough money to owe $34 billion. He says he spoke with a Department of Revenue representative, who told him, “You had a good year.”



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