Morning News Briefing
Written by WBTA STAFF on November 30, 2018
Accused rapist from Batavia found in Pennsylvania with local teen.
The AMBER Alert for a 14 year old Genesee County girl has ended.
The Genesee County Sheriff’s Office cancelled the Amber Alert yesterday afternoon after Kamerie Elliott of Byron was found safe by State Police in Mansfield Pennsylvania.
Investigators say the girl was allegedly abducted by 22 year old Guillermo Torres-Acevedo.
Torres-Acevedo is facing counts of rape, criminal sexual act and endangering the welfare of a child in another incident out of Stafford two weeks ago.
He was taken into custody on warrants out of New York and is being held in Pennsylvania pending extradition proceedings.
The teen wasn’t hurt and is being returned to Genesee County.
Alexander Central School District is asking taxpayers to approve a $12.6 million capital improvement project.
The largest expensive included in the proposal involves construction of a new bus garage, estimated at $6.9-million.
School district residents will vote on the package this Monday.
A former Wayne County doctor will be spending more than two decades behind bars.
A federal judge sentenced David Blasczak yesterday after he admitted to sexually abusing patients for years.
Blasczak confessed to taking pictures of kids and having more than 25-hundred child pornography photos and dozens of videos.
He worked at the Clyde Family Health Center.
Time to break out the snow shovel for safety.
The Batavia Fire Department is asking residents to adopt a fire hydrant this winter season in their efforts to keep everyone safe and secure in case of a fire emergency.
Fire Chief Steve Napolitano encourages residents and business owners to help keep fire hydrants clear of snow and debris after each snow fall.
They would like hydrants to have a clear path of about 3-feet around the base.
The winning streak of the Buffalo Sabres has come to an end at ten games.
The Tampa Bay Lightning beat them last night by a score of 5-4.
Buffalo was looking to win eleven straight contests for the first time in franchise history.
They’ll be back in action tonight as they visit the Florida Panthers.
The Buffalo Bills will be looking to make it two wins in a row this weekend.
They’ll be in Miami to take on the Dolphins.
This is the first time the teams have met this season.
Buffalo is coming off a 24 to 21 win over the Jacksonville Jaguars last week.
Kickoff is set for one o’clock Sunday afternoon.