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Written by on May 20, 2019

Pavilion woman busted for drugs after being found passed out in a vehicle.
Genesee County Sherriff’s Deputies report the arrest of 26 year old Sara Cupler of South Lake Road Pavilion on charges of Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance and Unlawful Possession of Marijuana.
Cupler was taken into custody following a call to check the welfare of a woman who was apparently unconscious in a vehicle on South Lake Road Saturday night.
She was ultimately released with an appearance ticket for Pavilion Town Court on June 4th.

Batavia Sex Offender arrested for failing to report.
39 year old Lee Clark of Lewiston Road in Batavia was apprehended by deputies for allegedly failing to register internet accounts with State’s Sex Offender Registry within the deadline of 10 days.
Clark was processed at the Sheriff’s Office and released with an appearance ticket for Batavia Town Court on June 4th.

Local ball club says singers are wanted.
The Batavia Muckdogs are holding auditions this Thursday to find talented individuals to perform the National Anthem prior to the first pitch at Dwyer Stadium during their historic 80th season of professional baseball in Batavia.
They are looking for the area’s best singers to perform the ‘Star Spangled Banner’ and are holding open auditions at Dwyer Stadium on Thursday, May 23rd from 5:30 – 7:30.

City Council member invites community members to join Memorial Day Parade.
Batavia City councilman at large Bob Bialkowski has sent out an invitation to all members of the community to participate in this year’s Batavia Memorial Day parade on Monday May 27th to celebrate an commemorate Veterans and first responders.
The parade will kick off at 9:45 a.m from the Eastown Plaza on East Main Street and end at the Alva Place parking lot downtown.
Any veterans wishing to participate in the parade can just show up at 9:15. Veterans needing a ride in the parade are encouraged to contact Bob at 409-3624.

The Sun has set on this chapter of Sunny’s Restaurant in Batavia.
One of the mainstays in the City Centre Mall since 1976 has been Sunny’s Restaurant.
Owners Skinny and Tina Rose have decided to call it a day after running the popular restaurant since 2000.
There are apparently several interested buyers, however Skinny is still taking offers to purchase the business.

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