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Written by WBTA STAFF on March 19, 2018
Wyoming County crash claims the life of Dansville man.
A fatal motor vehicle versus snowmobile accident on Route 19A near Denton Corner Road in Genesee Falls drew the response of Wyoming County’s Sheriff’s Deputies to the scene.
The deadly crash was reported at around noon Saturday.
54 year old Robert Henry of Dansville was apparently traveling eastbound trying to cross Route 19 A on a snowmobile.
While crossing the road Henry was struck and killed by a northbound vehicle driven by 56 year old Thomas Brice of Nunda.
Henry was pronounced dead at the scene.
The vehicle had four other passengers, none of which were injured.
The Wyoming County Sheriff’s Office Crash Management Team responded and the investigation is continuing.
Currently no charges have been filed in the case.
Attempts to flee officers add to a Fisher Park residents’ rap sheet.
Batavia Police had an active arrest warrant out for 31 year old David Neuhaus following an alleged incident at Fisher Park Road address in Batavia that occurred in September of last year.
Neuhaus was initially taken into custody on charges of Obstructing Governmental Administration, Resisting Arrest, Endangering the Welfare of a Child and Criminal Trespass.
While being apprehended on the warrant, he picked up two more charges for Assault in the third degree and Unlawful fleeing of a police officer in a motor vehicle.
Neuhaus was remanded to the Genesee County Jail and was ordered to be held on $5,000 bail for counts related to the warrant and was ordered an additional $10,000 bail for the charges he accumulated in resisting and fleeing police.
Clinton Street Road resident charged with forcible touching.
Following an investigation alleging that he had touched another person without consent or invitation, Deputies arrested 40 year old Johnny Dinh of Clinton Street Road Batavia.
The incident allegedly occurred at Clinton Street Road address last month.
He was charged with a single count of Forcible Touching and was released with an appearance ticket for Batavia Town Court on April 9th.
Congresswoman Louise Slaughter is being remembered after her death on Friday.
Slaughter was 88-years-old and served in the U.S. House of Representatives since 1987, most recently in the 25th District. She was chair of the U.S. House Committee on Rules when the Affordable Car Act was being written.
Multiple politicians, including both of New York’s senators and Governor Andrew Cuomo, are calling for the Rochester Intermodal Station to be renamed after Slaughter.