Saturday News Briefing

Written by on May 26, 2018

Search in Sodus to resume this morning for a missing one-year old boy.
The search for a missing 14 month old boy from Sodus resumes this morning with investigators focusing on a 350 acre Joy Road Farm.
An Amber Alert was issued throughout Western New York yesterday for 14 month old Owen Hidalgo-Calderon whose mother was found dead earlier this week.
The body of 18 year old Selena, Hidalgo-Calderon was located Wednesday in some woods behind the farm in Sodus and Wayne County Sheriff Barry Virts believes the boy’s body will be recovered there as well.
State Police have arrested the woman’s boyfriend, Alberto Reyes, on a charge of tampering with evidence after he apparently admitted to moving the body and burying it.
Reyes refused to talk about the whereabouts of the child.
Sheriff Virts said following yesterday’s search there is no evidence that the boy was abducted and his experience in law enforcement leads him to believe the search will end in a body recovery.

Bad blood on Batavia’s south side has spurred a city councilwoman to call for a neighborhood meeting.
5th Ward Councilwoman Kathy Briggs…

The meeting is in response to last week’s fatal stabbing and shooting on Central Ave and will be held this coming Thursday night at 6 in the St. Anthony’s Community Center on Liberty Street.
Police Chief Shawn Heubusch will be in attendance with other fellow officers to remind residents about the importance of reporting incidents in order to back their community.

Tough local talent to take center stage at Throwdown at the Downs.
Mixed Martial Artists from around the area will be matching up for a number of bouts out on the center track Saturday, June 23rd.
Henry Wojtaszek, CEO/president at Batavia Downs held by a press conference in the lobby of Batavia Downs yesterday where Richard Mitchell, owner of Ground Force Fights ran down the list of local fighters.

Throwdown at the Downs is scheduled for Saturday, June 23rd at 6pm and Tickets are on sale now at bataviaconcerts.com
For more on the press conference check the article by our news partner The Batavian.

An assault in Pavilion pub leads to the arrest of a LeRoy Man.
36 year old David Howard of Wolcott Street LeRoy is accused of pushing another patron of the Clover Leaf pub on Telephone Road in Pavilion to the ground causing a head injury.
Howard was charged with Assault and issued a court appearance ticket.


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