Morning News Briefing
Written by WBTA STAFF on July 4, 2018
Three Buffalo boys busted for attempting to take ATVs from a Darien address.
Three suspects were apprehended by deputies in a corn field about half a mile off of Broadway Road in Darien after allegedly stealing a vehicle and then trying to take two ATVs.
17 year olds Jason Mann and Travis Kent along with 19 year old David Edwards all of Buffalo were arrested on various felony charges for Criminal Possession of Stolen Property, Attempted Grand Larceny and Criminal Mischief.
The trio allegedly stole a vehicle from Lackawana then after damaging the vehicle significantly ditched it in a farm field off Harper Road.
They attempted to take two ATVs from a Broadway Road address but were thwarted by the resident and the subjects fled into a field.
All three are being held on $10,000 apiece and further charges are pending.
Lyndonville man arrested for sexual abuse.
State Police out of Albion have arrested 43 year old Jason Dusett of Lyndonville for Sexual Abuse in the 1st degree and Endangering the Welfare of a Child.
On June 4th investigators received a report of a possible sex crime with a juvenile. Further investigation revealed that Dusett had sexual contact with a victim under the age of 11 years old.
Dusett was arraigned in Albion Town Court and remanded to the Orleans County Jail in lieu of $10,000.
Anyone with information is to contact the State Police at 585-344-6200 in reference to SJS 8301609.
Batavia Police are looking into the apparent theft of decorations from the Batavia Peace Garden.
Two large resin urns and a ceramic snail turned up missing on Monday from the Garden along the south side of West Main Street.
Police are checking security camera footage from businesses across the street.
If you have any information, you are asked to call Batavia Police.
Batavia Muckdogs win their second series of the season, as they bounced back off of Monday night’s loss to the Black Bears to take the final game defeating West Virginia 5 to 4.
Dwyer Stadium was packed to witness the home team win and the night was capped off with a fireworks display.
Batavia goes on the road today to Pinckney Division leader, Mahoning Valley.