Morning News Briefing
Written by WBTA STAFF on September 16, 2019
Investigation into a robbery at the Speedway in the City over the weekend has led to the arrest of 37 year old Dustin Bogue of Batavia.
City Police were called early morning Saturday for report of a robbery at the gas station on West Main Street where Bogue was accused of stealing property while possessing a weapon.
Bogue was taken into custody shortly after the incident and is facing charges of first degree Robbery, Menacing, Criminal Possession of a Weapon and Criminal Possession of Stolen Property.
After being arraigned in Batavia City Court, Bogue was committed to the Genesee County Jail without bail.
He is slated to reappear on Thursday in City Court.
Drugged driving in Stafford ends in arrest for an Onondaga County woman.
30 year old Alexandria Ogletree of Camillus was stopped by Genesee County Sheriff’s Deputies on Clinton Street Road in Stafford Saturday morning for an alleged traffic violation.
Deputies observed a strong odor of marijuana emanating from the vehicle and determined that Ogletree was driving without a license.
She was allegedly found in possession of drugs and was determined to be impaired following a subsequent vehicle search and field sobriety tests.
She was arrested and charged with Aggravated Unlicensed Operation in both the first and second degree, DWAI, Criminal possession of a controlled substance, and unlawful possession of marijuana.
She was released with appearance tickets for October 1st in Stafford Town Court.
Batavia resident busted with drug possession.
Batavia Police report the arrest of 40 year old Matthew Olcott of North Spruce Street Batavia after he was stopped at an Osterhout Ave address.
Officers allegedly found Olcott in possession of narcotics and narcotic equipment and charged him with Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance, Criminal Use of Drug Paraphernalia.
Olcott was given an appearance ticket for tomorrow in City Court.
Governor Cuomo has announced an emergency ban on the sale of flavored e-cigarettes.
He says he put the ban in place to protect the people of New York, noting that children are especially attracted to flavored vape products like bubble gum and cotton candy.
The ban will take effect in about fourteen days since the governor says he doesn’t want to wait for the federal government to put in its own ban.
Six people have died in relation to vaping according to the CDC.
Bills win again in the Meadowlands against the Giants.
Josh Allen ran for a touchdown and passed for another as the Bills beat the Giants 28-14 to start the season with two wins at the Meadowlands.
Allen threw a 14-yard touchdown strike to Isaiah McKenzie and scampered six yards for a TD.
Frank Gore led Buffalo rushers with 68 yards on 19 totes, including a one-yard TD plunge in the fourth quarter to seal it.
The Bills are 2-and-0 for the first time since 2014.
Eli Manning completed 26 of 45 passes for 250 yards and a TD, but also had two picks for the Giants who are 0-and-2.
Saquon Barkley ran for 107 yards and a 27-yard touchdown in defeat.