Morning News Briefing
Written by WBTA STAFF on September 24, 2018
Buffalo wins big against Minnesota.
The Buffalo Bills stayed on top of the Vikings with an impressive win while away in Minneapolis.
The Bills trampled the Vikings 27 to 6 yesterday holding Minnesota scoreless until the fourth quarter.
Rookie Josh Allen threw for one touchdown and ran in two more.
Allen worked to earn the team’s first win of the season finishing 15-of-22 for 196 yards while adding 39 yards on the ground with zero turnovers.
Running Back Chris Ivory tallied 126 total yards for the Bills.
Buffalo heads west to face Green Bay next weekend.
Crash in Arcade leads to arrest for woman nearly three times over the legal limit.
Troopers out of Warsaw arrested 68 year old Constance Thomas of Arcade for Driving While Intoxicated following investigation into a rollover accident on Route 98 and East Arcade Road.
After troopers responded to the crash, Thomas was removed from the vehicle and refused medical treatment.
While she was being interviewed, Troopers detected the strong odor of alcohol coming from her.
Thomas was taken back to the police station where she recorded a blood Alcohol Content of .23%.
She was issued an appearance ticket returnable to Arcade Town Court at a later date and was turned over to a sober third party.
The LeRoy Police Department is investigating a case of animal cruelty.
Early Saturday morning patrols located a cat enclosed in a plastic bin with the lid duct taped closed and no holes cut in the lid or any ventilation for air circulation.
The unneutered male tiger cat appears to be in good health and is being cared for at this time.
Police are looking for the public’s assistance finding a possible suspect or suspects as well as locating the cat’s owner.
Anyone with information is encouraged to contact the Le Roy Police Department at (585) 345 6350.
A Missouri man behind bars for drinking and driving in a commercial truck.
Genesee County Sheriff’s Deputies stopped 37 year old Charles Kairu of Springfield Missouri on Main Road in Pembroke Saturday night.
He was accused of drinking and driving in a commercial vehicle and recorded a Blood Alcohol Content over twice the legal limit.
Kairu was arrested and charged with Aggravated DWI, Aggravated Unlicensed Operation and Driving in an Unregistered Motor Vehicle without working brakes.
He was ordered to be held in lieu of $10,000 bail in the Genesee County Jail and is scheduled for Pembroke Town Court on October 4th.
Watson Street woman busted for drugged driving in LeRoy.
Deputies picked up 45 year old Brenda Colon-Cruz of Batavia following a driving complaint near Lake Street Road in LeRoy.
Following investigation Colon-Cruz was taken into custody for a felony count of Driving While Ability Impaired by Drugs for having two prior convictions within the past decade along with holding more than one license and operating an unregistered motor vehicle.
She was released under supervision of Genesee Justice.
Marc Molinaro is taking another swipe at Governor Cuomo.
He’s unveiled a new website asking for people to reveal potential wrongdoing by people in the governor’s administration.
Molinaro, the Republican looking to prevent Cuomo from serving a third term, says he’s been contacted by people afraid to come forward with information.
He says those folks are worried about potential retribution.
A spokeswoman for the governor called the new website a gimmick from Molinaro’s quote “failing campaign.”