Morning News Briefing
Written by WBTA STAFF on September 3, 2019
A Judge Road resident is in lock-up after Batavia Police reported to domestic incident at a North Spruce Street address on Labor Day.
Police were called to the residence in the early morning hours yesterday morning were they took 33 year old Andrew Rock of Judge Road into custody for allegedly trespassing onto the property and strangling a victim.
Rock was hit with second degree counts of Harassment, Strangulation and Criminal Trespass along with a count of petit larceny.
After he was arraigned in Batavia City Court Rock was committed to the Genesee County Jail without bail.
He is due back in City Court this afternoon.
Ross Street man accused of assault with a weapon.
49 year old Ryan Sharlow was taken into custody by Sheriff’s Deputies after they were dispatched to a School Road residence in Stafford for a reported disturbance.
Sharlow allegedly struck an individual in the head with a blunt object and injured them before he then threatened another victim with the weapon.
He is facing charges of Assault and Menacing with a Weapon both in the second degree along with Criminal Mischief.
Sharlow was remanded to the Genesee County Jail in lieu of $10,000 bail and is schedule to reappear in Stafford Town Court on September 10th.
Brantley Gilbert Concert ends in four arrests.
Genesee County Sheriff’s Deputies arrested four individuals during the country concert at Darien Lake Performing Arts Center last Friday.
Two were arrested for trespassing after they had been ejected and told not to return and then allegedly attempted to re-enter the concert.
Another was arrested for Unlawful Possession of Marijuana and 28 year old Amber Haynes of Delevan was taken into custody for Harassment after she allegedly struck a Live Nation Security Guard in the face.
All four were issued appearance tickets for September 19th in Darien Town Court.
Batavia’s Top Ball Team is heading into the playoffs for the first time in years.
The Muckdogs needed a win yesterday against Auburn and a loss by West Virginia and they got both.
Just minutes after hearing that the Black Bears had lost the Muckdogs ended a shut out against the Double Days 7 to 0.
WBTA’s Pete Zehler called the final out…
It’s the local team’s first playoff appearance since 2013, and their first Pickney Division win since 2010.
Tomorrow night the Muckdogs will be hosting the Lowell Spinners at Dwyer Stadium.