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Written by on April 27, 2018

Governor accuses Immigration Enforcement Officers of illegal tactics, threatens lawsuit.
Governor Cuomo is threatening to Sue ICE.
Cuomo believes ICE agents are threatening illegal immigrants using illegal tactics during raids and arrests.

Cuomo’s criticism of ICE yesterday comes a day after the feds arrested a man inside a Supreme Court building on Staten Island.
The federal agency responded saying Cuomo’s disregard for the rule of law is a slap in the face to those whose mission is upholding the laws.

The ball field at Dwyer Stadium gets prepped like the pros.
In preparation for the 2018 baseball season crews from Batavia Turf and DuraEdge have been out on the field at Dwyer Stadium working diligently this week get it ready for professional level play.
Chuck Hoover of Batavia turf spoke with our news partner The Batavian while working on the Dwyer infield…

Hoover said by Major League standards, the pitcher’s mound should be 10 inches higher than home plate which was a little under the mark.
Hoover added that an overcoat will be added to the warning tracks that he described as “pretty red”.
Local high schools will be able to start playing on the field soon and the Batavia Muckdogs open their season June 18.

Batavia man accused of dosing off while toddler wanders away.
36 year old David King Jr. of Main Street Batavia was arrested after Deputies responded to a call for a 2 year old child wandering around Main Street in Batavia.
King is accused of falling asleep after taking prescribed medication allowing his 2 year old son to walk out of the home and wander the street alone.
He was charged with Endangering the Welfare of a Child and was given an appearance ticket for May 21st in Town Court.

State Police have arrested a Rochester-area man for an Allegheny County gun store burglary.
Troopers say they arrested Michael Argento for robbing the Shongo General Store in the Town of Willing last month.
He and two others are accused of stealing 18 guns, five pistols and 13 long guns.
Argento is behind bars on $100,000 bail and police are still trying to find the two other suspects.
Surveillance photos of the other suspects and contact information for law enforecment can be found here.

The Bills have a new hope for a franchise QB, but he doesn’t come controversy free.
New Bills QB Josh Allen says he was young and dumb when he sent some controversial tweets.
The tweets from Allen five-plus years ago appear to use the n-word but he says some of those were pop culture references.
General Manager Brandon Beane says he’s a really good kid and that will become evident.
Allen apologized for the tweets, saying that’s not the real him and he doesn’t have an ounce of hate in his body.


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