Morning News Briefing

Written by on March 2, 2018

Sheriff’s issue Travel Advisories for Genesee and Livingston.
Both the Genesee and Livingston County Sheriff’s Offices, have issued travel advisories due to the poor visibility and road conditions from blowing and drifting snow.
They advise no unnecessary travel.
Roads leading north to south will be particularly difficult to drive due to the storm’s path.
The advisory is in effect until further notice.
Route 63 in Pavilion has been shut down because of the poor weather.
Click here for a complete list of closings and cancellations this morning.

Female flees accident and Batavia man busted for DWI during investigation.
35 year old Robert Campbell of College View Drive in Batavia was arrested and charged with Aggravated DWI and Unlicensed Operation following investigation into a property damage accident in which the female operator had fled the scene.
Campbell was found operating a vehicle at the suspects residence allegedly intoxicated.
He was released with appearance tickets.

Liberty Street woman arrested for Identity Theft.
41 year old Shannon Klinkbeil-Hayday was arrested and charged with Identity Theft and Grand Larceny following an investigation into an alleged incident that occurred in November of 2016.
Klinkbeil-Hayday was accused of assuming someone else’s identity with the intent to defraud and is accused of stealing more than one thousand dollars’ worth of property.
She was released under supervision of Genesee Justice and is expected back in Bethany Town Court on March 20th.

Buffalo Bills Hall of Fame Quarterback Jim Kelly has cancer again.
The former Bills all-star who led the franchise to four Super Bowls in a row announced yesterday that his cancer had returned.
In 2013 he had part of his upper jaw and several teeth removed for oral cancer and in 2014 announced that he was cancer free.
Right now it isn’t known what Kelly’s outlook is.

Joe Zambito has been named the new head football coach at Notre Dame High School. He takes over for Rick Mancuso who has retired.
Zambito has been a volunteer coach at Notre Dame for the past seven seasons following a successful run as coach at Elba.
Joe Zambito works as race secretary and track announcers at Batavia Downs.

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