Morning News Briefing
Written by Dan Fischer on May 28, 2018
More trouble on Batavia’s south side.
Three men have been arrested following a fracas on Central Ave. late Wednesday night.
42 year old Woodrow Horseman, who lists no permanent address, was charged with Attempted Assault and resisting arrest.
Horseman was ordered held without bail.
Two other men were arrested for disorderly conduct.
Authorities in Wayne County are continuing their search for a missing toddler today.
The 14-month-old child’s mother, 18 year old Selena Hidalgo-Calderon, was found dead on a farm in Sodus last week. Her boyfriend is behind bars charged with tampering with evidence.
An AMBER Alert was issued Friday for little Owen but deputies say they don’t expect to find the boy alive.
Today is Memorial Day, a federal holiday set aside to remember the
Nation’s war dead.
Ceremonies have been scheduled throughout Genesee County during the morning hours.
To view a list of ceremonies, click HERE
Batavia City Council is meeting tomorrow night.
On the agenda is a five year funding plan for the Batavia Development Corporation, which has been without a paid executive director for the past month.
Council is also expected to receive a report on repairing the pillars at the entrance to Redfield Parkway.
The early estimate places the cost of the job at between $57,000 and $67,000.