Morning News Briefing
Written by WBTA STAFF on December 22, 2017
Albion mother jailed for pushing drugs with the help of her teenage daughter.
The alleged drug dealing duo of 37 year old Amanda Laraby and her 16 year old daughter were arrested following a traffic stop on West Ave in Albion.
Members of the Orleans County Major Felony Crime Task Force took the pair into custody Wednesday where they seized a quantity of oxycodone and hydrocodone pills as a result of the investigation.
Laraby also known as Amanda Streeter was allegedly using her daughter to assist pushing the pills in Lyndonville, and Albion.
Laraby was arraigned in Albion town on six felony counts for criminal sale and possession of a controlled substance and was remanded to the Orleans county jail in lieu of $50,000 bail.
Her 16 year old daughter was hit two lesser felony counts for drug sale and possession and was released to a relative.
According to authorities additional charges including possible Medicaid and welfare fraud are currently pending.
Convicted drug dealer wanted by Batavia Police.
Police are looking for Charles “Gusto” Williams and seeking public assistance in an attempt to locate him.
There are two warrants out for William’s arrest one for Criminal Sale of a Controlled Substance and another for Criminal Contempt.
After being released pending sentencing he allegedly violated an order protection and then failed to show for his sentencing on the drug conviction.
Anyone with information on Williams’ whereabouts is encouraged to call Police at 911.
They also alert residents to not approach Williams if he is located.
Sex abuser sentenced to 15 years in Genesee County Court.
39 year old David Atkinson was sentenced yesterday by Judge Zambito who said he believes the victim, a former Pembroke resident and said Atkinson was beyond rehabilitation.
He attacked the girl threatening her with a claw hammer and live streamed the acts to another man in Darien.
Atkinson was found guilty following his August trial.
The Bills winning against the Patriots this weekend would help their playoff chances, but some teams losing could be extremely important too.
“The Democrat and Chronicle” listed teams Bills fans should be rooting against this weekend.
A Colts win against the Ravens on Saturday would be a win for Buffalo.
If the Jets win against the Chargers then root for the Rams over the Titans.
The fate of a Bills postseason could come down to a couple key losses.
Winter weather advisories are in place and commuters across Western New York are asked to take their time this morning.
Parts of the region could see up to five inches of snow and a thin coating of ice.
Forecasters are calling for nasty winter weather to continue through tomorrow.
The winter storms are expected to hit areas right along the Thruway.