Morning News Briefing
Written by WBTA STAFF on September 12, 2019
An Arcade man is behind bars for trespassing and drug possession after allegedly causing a disturbance at the United Memorial Medical Center in Batavia.
Staff initially requested that 29 year old Darel Tingue leave the hospital and not return, however Tingue did return and was subsequently arrested for Trespassing.
Further investigation revealed he was allegedly in possession of a controlled substance and cocaine.
Tingue was charged with two counts of Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance and was committed to the Genesee County Jail in lieu of one-thousand dollars bail.
He is slated to reappear in Batavia City Court this morning.
A Batavia man busted for criminal possession of a weapon.
38 year old Jason Anderson was taken into custody by Batavia Police following a probation house check at his South Main Street apartment last Saturday.
He was accused of criminally possessing a weapon after having a previous conviction of the same.
Anderson was released with an appearance ticket for Batavia City Court.
There’s a new development in the legal case against Congressman Chris Collins.
The Buffalo News reports a judge has rejected motions by his attorneys to force prosecutors to release more of the evidence they’ve gathered on the 27th District Republican.
Collins was arrested last year on federal insider trading charges.
He’s pleaded not guilty and is set to go on trial next year.
The man who killed a Sodus mother and her 14-month-old son will be spending the next 20 years in prison.
Alberto Reyes has pleaded guilty to two counts of manslaughter in connection with the deaths of Selena Hidalgo-Calderon and her son Owen.
The pair was reported missing last May, and after days of searching, Selena’s remains were found on a farm in Sodus.
Owen’s remains were found and identified last October.
Reyes will be sentenced in November.
The City of Batavia Fire Department will be flushing fire hydrants today and tomorrow from approximately 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the general area North of Main Street and West of Bank Street.
Homes and businesses nearby will be affected and these tests may result in a temporary discoloration of water in that area.
As in the past, please do not attempt to wash any clothing if your water appears discolored but instead run cold water for about five minutes or until clear.
It will be the first contest played on Batavia’s newest sports field tomorrow evening as the Blue Devils host Livonia for their home opener.
A ribbon cutting has been set for 6:30 tomorrow evening to unveil the new Van Detta Stadium.
Players are set to move into their new locker facility this afternoon.
WBTA begins coverage of the Van Detta Stadium opening beginning at 3 tomorrow afternoon with live play by play coverage of the first game starting at 6:45 with Bob Brown and John Vazquez.