Morning News Briefing
Written by WBTA STAFF on February 1, 2018
Aborted Bergen burglaries have lawmen on the lookout.
Would be burglars apparently abandoned attempts to break into two Bergen residents.
Genesee County Sheriff’s Deputies are investigating an attempted burglary at a Gibson Place apartment and another at a single family home on Creamery Road.
Deputies said in both cases the potential intruders failed to make entry.
Lawmen remind residents to lock their doors and windows and be on the lookout for suspicious activity.
Albion man picked up in Oakfield after passing out in a parking lot.
23 year old Christopher Allison of Gaines Waterport Road was taken into custody on charges of Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance, Using Drug Paraphernalia and pot possession.
Allison was arrested after Genesee County Deputies responded to the 7 Eleven in Oakfield yesterday afternoon for a report of an unconscious male in a vehicle in the parking lot.
After being identified Allison was allegedly found in possession of drugs and paraphernalia.
He was issued an appearance ticket for Oakfield Town Court in March.
Batavia woman arrested for pocketing phony refunds from her employer.
41 year old Shannon Klinkbeil of Liberty Street is accused of making fraudulent return refunds as an employee at a business on Main Street in the City and then stealing the refunded money.
Klinkbiel was arrested and charged with Falsifying Business Records and Petit Larceny.
She was given an appearance ticket for Batavia City Court on February 6th.
Batavia man brought in on Bench Warrant allegedly found with a needle.
Police were called to a reported disturbance at a West Main Street address in the City where they located 22 year old Devin Hofert of Hutchins Street Batavia.
Hofert was wanted on a bench warrant out of City Court and officers allegedly found him in possession of a hypodermic needle.
He was ordered to be held in lieu of $5,000 bail in the Genesee County Jail.
Grace’s Kitchen in LeRoy closed two years ago, ending its free community meal service.
Now, the LeRoy Rotary Club, the Masons and other organizations want to re-start the program.
LeRoy Rotarian Tracy Ford says the need right now is manpower,
Organizers hope to begin serving by the end of March at the Masonic Hall on Bank Street in LeRoy.
The Bills could be losing as many as three of their five team captains.
“The Buffalo News” reported yesterday that the team could be looking at a serious leadership void next season.
Eric Wood has a career ending injury, the team is expected to move on from quarterback Tyrod Taylor and 34-year-old defensive tackle Kyle Williams’ may not be resigning.
The Bills GM said they’re going to try their best to fill the void on the field and in the locker room.