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Written by on December 10, 2018

Hutchins street man jailed without bail for felony DWI.
Police in Batavia have arrested 43 year old Jeremy Ives of Hutchins Street in the city on a felony count of DWI following a traffic stop on West Main Street.
Ives was allegedly found to be driving on a revoked license while intoxicated Saturday evening and faces felony drunk driving counts due to 2 previous convictions along with counts of Aggravated Unlicensed Operation and following too closely.
He was remanded without bail to the Genesee County Jail and is expected to appear in Batavia City Court this afternoon.

Tanker Truck rollover reported in Pembroke.
Report came in at around 6:30 this morning for a tractor trailer rollover in Pembroke.
Pembroke and Indian Falls fire departments were called to the scene.
According to first responders a tanker truck hauling motor oil was on its side, in a ditch, leaning against a utility pole in front of the Flying J on Route 77.
There were no leaks are reported and the driver is reportedly out and walking around without injuries.
Traffic is not blocked and National Grid was requested to the scene to deal with a damaged utility pole.

Batavia resident arrest for harassment at John Kennedy School.
37 year old Quella Polk of Birchwood Drive in Batavia was arrested following a domestic incident in the gym of the John Kennedy School where she was accused of having unwanted physical contact with another person.
Polk was charged with second degree Harassment and released with an appearance ticket for Batavia City Court on December 18th.

Two charged for shoplifting at JC Penny in Batavia.
City Police report the arrest of 28 year old Elizabeth Grattan of Liberty Street in Batavia and 50 year old Darrell Holloway of Farnsworth Ave in Oakfield following shoplifting complaints from JC Penny.
Grattan and Holloway were taken into custody in two separate incidents last Tuesday afternoon.
Both were charged with a count of Petit Larceny each and were released with an appearance ticket returnable to City Court Tomorrow.

The mayor of Rochester is apparently the target of an investigation into how she spent money during her re-election campaign.
The Rochester Democrat & Chronicle says multiple vendors used by Mayor Lovely Warren’s campaign received subpoenas for their financial records from the Monroe County D.A. last week.
The mayor and her campaign have been working with the state Board of Elections to resolve campaign finance complaints tied to her 2017 re-election run.
The mayor issued a statement late last week denying any wrongdoing and saying that she has not received a subpoena from the D.A.’s office.

The Buffalo Bills came up short this football Sunday.
The Bills lost to the New York Jets at home at New Era Field yesterday, 27 to 23.
The Bills blew a 14-3 lead in the first half of the game to the Jets who were on a six-game losing streak.
Both teams have a 4-9 record now.
Several injuries were reported on both teams.

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