Saturday News Briefing
Written by WBTA STAFF on February 3, 2018
Pharmacy Employee in Batavia facing felony for stealing thousands from her workplace.
46 year old Darcia Golda of West Main Street in Batavia is facing a felony count of grand larceny for allegedly stealing more than 31-thousand dollars from the Rite Aid Pharmacy.
She reportedly stole the funds while working at the drug store on West Main Street Road.
Deputies say the thefts occurred between October of 2016 and September of last year.
A Corfu woman is facing three felony counts for allegedly torching her ex-boyfriend’s hog.
52 year old Jacqueline Saeli of North Lake Road is accused of intentionally setting fire to a shed on her property.
Inside the shed was her former boyfriend’s Harley-Davidson motorcycle.
Both the shed and the bike were destroyed.
Saeli is charged with arson and criminal mischief and was released under the supervision of Genesee Justice.
Police pursuit ends with a Batavia man’s arrest.
41 year old Maurice Leach was finally stopped by state police Thursday night at Bank Street and Hawley Drive in the Town of Batavia.
Leach was charged with possession of pot, driving without a license, reckless driving and resisting arrest.
An Oakfield woman accused of DWI after crashing in Batavia.
Following investigation into a motor vehicle crash on Downey Road in Batavia deputies arrested 38 year old Jennifer Davis of Webber Ave in Oakfield.
She was charged with DWI, speeding and for having an uninspected vehicle.
Davis was issued an appearance ticket for April 19th in Batavia Town Court.
Country Max Closing in Batavia.
The pet and garden supply store on East Main Street is closing with the last day of business less than two weeks away on February 14th.
Owner Don Payne said local employees are being offered jobs in either Geneseo or Brockport.
After seven years the business was not able to grow enough to sustain itself according to Payne.
None of the regional chain’s other 15 stores are closing.