Morning News Briefing
Written by WBTA STAFF on August 6, 2018
Star athlete for the Blue Devils jailed for allegedly stabbing his teammate.
A City teen and three-sport star athlete at Batavia high school is facing charges after police say he was involved in a classmate’s stabbing.
Officers were called to investigate a fight at 153 Ross Street Saturday night and found 17 year old Raymond Leach suffering from a number of cuts and stab wounds.
His classmate, teammate and friend, 18 year old Antwan Odom was arrested in connection with the attack, which according to lawmen started after Leach accused Odom of stealing from him.
Odom is charged with a felony count of Attempted Assault, and criminal possession of a weapon and was remanded to the County Jail.
Leach was taken to UMMC and released after being treated for his multiple injuries.
Investigation into the incident continues and police encourage anyone with information on the case to contact Batavia PD or the confidential tip line at 345-6370.
LeRoy resident jailed for stalking and forcible touching.
Police arrested 53 year old Paul Hogle of Vallence Road last Thursday after a complaint was received by the LeRoy Department that he had allegedly placed a GPS locating device on a victim’s vehicle using it to track them down.
Hogle is also accused of having unwanted contact with the victim.
He was charged with Stalking, and Forcible Touching and was subsequently arrested and charged the following day for Criminal Contempt for allegedly violating a stay away order of protection.
Hogle was ordered to be held in the Genesee County Jail in lieu of $10,000 bail and is to return to LeRoy Town Court on August 13th.
Ransomville man arrested for harassing young girls in Batavia.
53 year old Alejandro Chaparro of Braley Road Ransomville was arrested by Genesee County Sheriff’s Deputies following investigation into a harassment complaint at a Main Street Road address in Batavia late Saturday night.
Caparro was accused of pushing and following an 11 year old and a 9 year old girl in the incident.
He was arraigned on charges of Harassment and Endangering the Welfare of a Child in Town Court and was released with appearance tickets for August 27th.
Eleven arrested at Dierks Bentley concert and two at Slayer over the weekend.
The country crowd at the Darien Lake Performing Art Center provided lawmen more arrests than the satanic heavy metal group Slayer with eleven total arrests.
Three were arrested for trespassing while 8 others were busted for underage drinking at the Dierks Bentley concert Saturday night.
At the Slayer concert Friday a Buffalo man was arrested for Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance and a Lockport man was busted for public urination.