Morning News Briefing
Written by WBTA STAFF on November 8, 2019
46 year old Tammy Stewart of Perry was apprehended by Village Police after investigation into a report of a suicidal female with a knife.
Police were called to a Lake Street residence Sunday afternoon, where officers report Stewart had slammed her body through the front door into an apartment where she remained inside without the owner’s permission.
The scene reportedly played out in front of five children all under 14.
Stewart was hit with a Class C felony count of Burglary, five counts of Endangering the Welfare of a Child, along with counts of Criminal Mischief and Obstruction of Governmental Administration.
After being arraigned in Perry Village Court Stewart was released on her own recognizance.
Albion students pulled from school over online threats.
The Albion Central School District has had several students removed while they continue their investigation into reports that numerous Albion Central Middle School students had shared threatening messages and images online.
Superintendent Michael Bonnewell said in a letter posted on the district’s website that the content was shared through an online gaming app, in person, and over the phone.
Bonnewell said in the letter that student safety is the highest priority for the district.
An illegal immigrant in upstate New York will be spending 20 years behind bars after confessing to killing a young mother and her infant son.
Yesterday Alberto Reyes received his sentence the deaths of 18 year old Selena Hidalgo-Calderon and her son Owen who was only 14 months old.
Selena’s body was found buried on a Sodus farm in May of last year after the pair was reported missing.
The boy’s remains were found a few months later.
The latest numbers from the State Department of Health shows the number of flu cases is on the rise.
Officials say there were 189 confirmed cases of the virus in New York during the week ending November 2nd.
That’s a 48-percent increase over the week before.
Forty-four of the patients confirmed to have the flu also ended up in the hospital.
Doctors are urging everyone to get their flu shot as soon as possible.
After a few days off, the Buffalo Sabres will be back in action, but they’ll be thousands of miles from home.
The Sabres are taking on the Tampa Bay Lightning in Stockholm, Sweden as part of the 2019 NHL Global Series.
The teams will be playing a pair of games this weekend and face-off for the first contest is set for two p-m this afternoon.
The Sabres have six players on their roster from Sweden.