Morning News Briefing
Written by WBTA STAFF on March 5, 2018
Breaking Down Batavia’s Police Blotter.
Alleged incident involving a child lands a Milton Street man in lock up.
22 year old Juaquin Davis of Milton Street in Batavia is accused of punching and choking a female acquaintance while she as holding a child during a reported domestic incident last month.
Davis was arrested and charged with Harassment, Criminal Obstruction of Breathing and Endangering the Welfare of a Child following the alleged incident on Center Street in the city.
He was committed to the Genesee County Jail in lieu of $2,500.
Students get an earful of obscenities as a Batavia man is arrested for Middle School incident.
34 year old Eric McGill of Lewis Place in Batavia was arrested for alleged concerning behavior following investigation into an incident at the Batavia Middle School last month.
He was charged with two counts of disorderly conduct for his bad behavior and for allegedly cursing loudly in front of the middle school students.
McGill was released with an appearance ticket returnable to Batavia City Court on March 28th.
Beer bandit finds himself behind bars.
34 year old Matthew Zane of Park Road Batavia was arrested and charged with Trespassing and Petit Larceny following report of a larceny at the Speedway on West Main Street.
City Police were called to respond early Sunday morning for report of a man who had just stolen beer.
Zane was previously removed from the property and barred from returning.
He was ordered to be held in the Genesee County Jail to await arraignment.
Buffalo Bills legend Jim Kelly says cancer isn’t going to slow him down.
This weekend the hall of fame quarterback was honored in Milwaukee with the Vince Lombardi Cancer Foundation award of excellence.
This comes just days after he announced that his cancer was back yet again.
Kelly said he’s going to have surgery at the end of the month but planned on fishing this weekend in Miami with a cold one in his hand.
Congratulations to the Elba Lancers Girls team on another championship.
The girls from Elba emerged victorious in a tough back and forth matchup against Andover.
WBTA’s John Vazquez covered the championship match live from Cal-Mum…
Sabres star Jack Eichel’s ankle is getting better.
The forward was injured last month while playing, and beating, the Bruins.
Yesterday head coach Phil Housley said this weekend Eichel was able to start skating again.
He said progress is being made and Eichel wants to play before the season ends. No timeline or schedule was put on his recovery.