Morning News Briefing
Written by WBTA STAFF on September 9, 2019
Genesee County Sheriff’s Deputies took 30 year old James Hooten of Sunset Parkway in Oakfield into custody following an incident at a Sunset Parkway residence.
Deputies were at the residence attempting to execute an arrest warrant on another individual while Hooten was accused of trying to prevent lawmen from taking the individual into custody.
He is also accused of threatening both Deputies and Probation Officers and using obscene language in public.
Hooten was charged with Obstruction of Governmental Administration, Harassment and Disorderly Conduct and was released with an appearance ticket for Oakfield Village Court on October 7th.
A Pair of Ohio residents cause commotion at Six Flags over the weekend.
Genesee County Sheriff’s Deputies report the arrest of 30 year old Rachael Grace and 39 year old Jeremy Triesler both of Ohio after they allegedly became angry with a park food service employee and threw a bucket of water at them Saturday evening.
Triesler is also accused of causing a disturbance in the park after becoming belligerent, using obscene language and then shoving a security officer when they tried to intervene.
Both Grace and Triesler are charged with Disorderly Conduct, Harassment and Criminal Mischief and are scheduled to appear in Darien Town Court on September 17th.
A Perry woman picked up for harassment in Batavia.
46 year old Nancy Storms of Perry Road Pavilion was arrested and charged with Harassment in the second degree with physical contact after she allegedly pushed another person during an altercation at a North Street address in the City.
Storms was issued an appearance ticket for Batavia City Court on September 17th.
Governor Cuomo is urging New Yorkers to stop using vaping products.
He made the request over the weekend as health officials look into what’s causing possible vaping-related illnesses nationwide.
Over 450 cases have been reported, and in five of those instances, someone has died.
State health officials are also asking people not to vape.
The Buffalo Bills get their regular season off to a strong start with a come from behind win.
Buffalo scored 17 unanswered points to beat the rival New York Jets yesterday by a final score of 17 to 16 at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey.
The rally was capped off by 38-yard touchdown pass from Josh Allen to John Brown with less than three minutes left in the game. Up next for the Bills is a return trip to MetLife Stadium when they take on the New York Giants next Sunday.