Morning News Brief

Written by on April 18, 2022

A minivan leads police on a chase through Batavia.  After a larceny was reported at a store on Veterans Memorial Drive police attempted to stop a Black Honda Odyssey Saturday afternoon.  The van driver attempted to evade the police and lead them on a pursuit through Batavia and was stopped at the intersection of Potter and West Main Street.  The driver got out and tried to run on foot and was caught on Washington Ave by Batavia Police.  A female passenger stayed in the van.  

After 3 days of taking on water the USS Sullivans is still half in half out of the drink at the Buffalo Waterfront.  A press conference was held Sunday to talk about the progress and plans.  Part of the salvaging plan includes removing all contaminants that may still be in the ship and stabilizing the incident, which appears to be deeper in the water as the days progress.  Mayor Byron Brown explained there is a unified effort on the part of the Naval Park, the Coast Guard, the City of Buffalo and Erie County, Saturday.  Buffalo and Erie County Naval and Military Park president, Paul Marzello said, “We will be adding two more members to this team. Starting Monday, a large international commercial Marine salvage company and two, a Navy architect.”  He also said the weather over the weekend made the operations more difficult and that the process of saving the national landmark will be expensive.

2 people have been charged with unlawfully owning an alligator in Amherst.  A man called the DEC asking for help rehoming a 3 and a half foot alligator he said he had rescued.  Once investigators questioned him his story fell apart and he admitted to buying it from another man in Dunkirk.  Both men are being charged and the alligator has been turned over to a permitted handler.

The Buffalo Sabres had 2 straight wins against the flyers this weekend.  First on Saturday they beat the Philadelphia team 4-3 at the Keybank center.  Then Sunday the Sabres were able to carry that momentum to Philly itself and trounce the Flyers 5-3 on their home ice.  The Sabres were behind both games near the beginning.  The Sabres have the next few days off before they’re back on the road Thursday night to take on the Devils.

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