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Written by on November 11, 2022

Veterans Day activities continue after a recognition at Batavia High School Thursday.  At 9am today there will be a service at Genesee County Park.  At 10 an event at the Batavia Veterans Administration Medical Center on the side patio near building 4.  At 11 a service at the Upton Monument on Main and Ellicott Streets and LeRoy Post 576 will have a service at Trigon Park.  At 11:30 a ceremony at Jerome Center Monument on Bank Street.  And at 1pm there will be a service at GCC in the William Stuart Forum.  Richmond Library is closed today.

A former Greece police recruit and Spencerport school security guard has been arrested for child porn in Greece.  27 year old Jason Lane allegedly had files containing an image of a partially nude preschool-age child at a local child care facility, along with sexually explicit images of two minor victims that appeared to be taken by Lane.  A search of Lane’s Yahoo account recovered images of Spencerport High School students that appear to have been taken “surreptitiously” by Lane while he worked there, according to prosecutors. The searches stemmed from a tip from Yahoo that a user uploaded approximately 260 files of child pornography. New York State Police traced the IP address back to Lane.

In Rochester the Police Accountability Board is calling on the city to recognize their union and support it.  They say after announcing their intentions to unionize three weeks ago, working conditions worsened, resulting in intimidation and retaliation from PAB board members and management.  Several City Council members say they are in support of the union.  The PAB has had several firing and hiring issues, sexual and workplace harrassment accusations, and been criticized by the people of Rochester for costing the city several million dollars without doing any work.  

Two security guards are being called heroes after helping take a man who is suspected of being involved in two separate shooting incidents into custody. Officials say that the man entered a substance abuse clinic on Virginia Street yesterday with an AR-15 style rifle and opened fire. The guards ended up tackling him before anyone inside of the facility could get hurt. The man is also suspected of shooting a woman at a nearby residence before going to the clinic. The name of the gunman has not been released.

There will be a police cruiser parked in front of Target and Kohls with officers collecting items for the Stuff the Cruiser event on November 19th.  Representatives from the Genesee County Probation Department, the Genesee County Sheriff’s Office, the City of Batavia Police Department, the New York State Police, the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation and the Genesee County Department of Social Services have come together to collect gifts for underprivileged children up to age eighteen across Genesee County, NY.  They will be there from 11 to 3 accepting new toys, new clothing, small denomination gift cards, personal care gift sets, hats/gloves and accessories, and non-perishable food items. All items collected will stay in Genesee County and will be distributed to children and families in need this holiday season.

Another little firefighter got to ride to school as a reward for winning the Fire Prevention coloring contest.  2nd grader Madelyn Alford got to ride in Ladder 15 to John Kennedy School Thursday morning.  Alford won 2nd place and the first place winner, Kylie Lutey of St Josephs school, decided to give up her ride because she had already won last year.

Amherst police are handing out free wheel locks to Kia owners in an attempt to stop the vehicles from being stolen. Thieves are targeting Kia’s after a video went viral online showing steps on how to easily take vehicles that were made during certain model years. Anyone who owns an affected model is asked to bring their vehicle and proof that they live in Amherst to the police station to get their wheel lock. The devices are available on a first come, first served basis.

Former Sabres captain Jack Eichel scored a hat trick as the Buffalo team lost to the Vegas Golden Knights 7 to 4.  Tage Thompson led the way for the Sabres, scoring his ninth and tenth goals of the year. Buffalo’s other goals came from Casey Mittelstadt and Rasmus Asplund.  Eric Comrie stopped 29 of the 35 shots he faced, while Logan Thompson made 30 saves. With the loss, the Sabres fall to 7-7 on the season and drop their fourth straight game.  Next up the Sabres play the Boston Bruins on home ice at 7pm on Saturday.

The Buffalo Bills will be back in action in front of their home crowd this weekend as they try and avoid a second straight loss. The AFC East leaders are hosting the Minnesota Vikings at Highmark Stadium in Orchard Park. The playing status of Buffalo’s quarterback Josh Allen remains unknown after he missed another day of practice yesterday due to an elbow injury. The Bills are coming off a defeat last week at the hands of the New York Jets. Kickoff for Sunday’s contest is one p-m.

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