Saturday News Briefing
Written by WBTA STAFF on May 5, 2018
Neighbor accused of negligent homicide in Kendall deaths caused by gas poisoning.
A Kendall man is behind bars on counts of criminally negligent homicide in connection to the carbon monoxide deaths of a Kendall mother and son last month.
39 year old David Wiley turned himself into authorities on Thursday night.
He has been accused of causing the deaths of Joan Gilman and her 14 year old son RJ.
Wiley lived in a duplex with the Gilman’s in a neighboring apartment and was said to be the caretaker of the residence.
Orleans County Undersheriff Christopher Burke said Wiley ran the generator that poisoned the mother and son.
National Grid shut off the electricity to the Gilman’s home and Wiley then apparently ran the generator for 17 hours right under their bedroom.
He is being held in the Orleans County Jail in lieu of $2,500 bail.
Batavia man arrested in Tennessee for local Burglary.
The man who escaped police custody at a court appearance in Attica has been apprehended on other charges down south.
26 year old Dylan Perry of Kingsbury Ave Batavia was located and arrested in Manchester Tennessee and has since been extradited back to New York.
Perry was accused of unlawfully entering a business on Broadway Road in Darien and stealing money last December.
He was arrested and charged with third degree Burglary and Petit Larceny and was remanded to the Genesee County Jail pending further proceedings.
A big winning Batavia couple is seeing it pays to stay together.
Million dollar scratch off winners, 27 year old Marquele Tomlin and his girlfriend Amber Blackshear decided to split a lump sum payment of $800,000.
The couple said they had dated for eight years but broke up for a while.
The day they got back together was the day they won the million bucks.
After taxes the couple will receive $269,000 apiece.