Morning News Briefing
Written by WBTA STAFF on July 27, 2018
Oakfield man accused of underage rape.
40 year old John Grabowski of Fisher Road in Oakfield is accused of having sexual intercourse with a female victim under 17 years old.
Grabowski was taken into custody by Genesee County Sheriff’s Deputies on Tuesday for the alleged incident that occurred on Monday at a Fisher Road address.
He was arraigned in Batavia Town Court on a count of Rape in the third degree and according to authorities additional charges are pending.
Grabowski was remanded in lieu of $100,000 bail to the County Jail and is expected to appear on August 6th in Oakfield Town Court.
LeRoy resident jailed for felony weapon’s charge.
29 year old Joshua Gaudioso of Genesee Street in LeRoy was accused of being in possession of a shotgun while at a North Bergen Road residence in Bergen last Friday.
He was arrested and charged with Criminal Possession of a Weapon with a previous felony conviction and was jailed in lieu of $10,000 bail.
Assault at an Alexander address ends in arrest.
24 year old Anthony Micucci of Main Street in Alexander is facing charges of third degree Assault and Menacing along with Endangering the Welfare of a Child.
He was arrested on the charges following investigation into a domestic incident at a Main Street address in Town.
Micucci was released with an appearance ticket returnable to Alexander Town Court on August 8th.
The Sheriff’s Office has started training at their First Teen Academy at Byron-Bergen High School.
The 14 students enrolled are taking a one week crash course covering the same material a standard police academy cadet would cover in five-and-a-half months.
Notre Dame Senior Morgan Rhodes said the training has given her a better idea of what branch of law enforcement might be a good fit for her…
Resource officer at Byron-Bergen Deputy Matthew Butler presented the Teen Academy to Sheriff William Sheron which is the first of its kind in Genesee County.
The Buffalo Bills will be back on the field for training camp today. And, they’re being joined by star running back LeSean McCoy.
Yesterday, reporters asked McCoy about abuse allegations made against him earlier this month.
The claims came from someone who knows his ex-girlfriend.
McCoy wouldn’t discuss the case, only saying it was an open investigation and that he’s focused on football.
He’s not facing any charges.
The Muckdogs lost their daytime game yesterday to the Staten Island Yankees with a final score was 6 to 5.
The dogs dropped two of the three game series.
The dogs won’t be back home until next Thursday night.
A Notification for those who look forward to Friday night Bingo at St. Joes.
The Bingo at St. Joes on Summit Street is canceled for Friday night due to lack of volunteer staff.