Tuesday News Brief

Written by on May 7, 2024

37-year-old Shameek Taylor of Bergen has been arrested by Genesee County Sheriffs in the Town of Batavia. He’s charged with contempt; it’s alleged Taylor intentionally violated a stay away order of protection by having communication with the protected party. Taylor was held awaiting CAP Court.


A health advisory has been issued to all providers and EMS agencies regarding the use of an AED in a pediatric emergency. An AED is a portable device that can check a person’s heart rhythm and deliver electric shock to restore a normal heartbeat.   The advisory was issued a few days after a new law went into effect across the state that required all camps and youth sports programs to have AED’s on site at all times. However, the devices could result in not being able to provide life-saving treatment to people of all ages and weights. The main concern is a certain defibrillation pad; which is not recommended for use with certain ages and weight groups. Health experts are warning first responders to review the operator’s manual for proper treatment of a young patient.



Governor Hochul is unveiling a $50 million modernization project at the Genesee Brewery. It’s to boost the 146-year-old site’s manufacturing capacity and transform it into a world-class packaging facility while increasing efficiency. The plant will supplement the production and shipping of Labatt Blue and Blue Light once the work is done. New York will supply a $7 million capital grant, while the Labatt parent company, FIFCO USA. will invest $50 million over three years. Officials say this will retain 500 brewery jobs and create another 57.


Officials at Monroe Community College have announced that teachers will be losing their jobs.   School leaders say the number of educators is being cut due to falling enrollment. The exact number of staff that are being laid off hasn’t been revealed, but, teachers will get a full year of notice before their employment comes to an end. Everyone affected will also receive help with finding a new job.


City of Batavia firefighters will be flushing hydrants from approximately 9:00am until 3:00pm, today through Thursday, May 9th. They’ll be working in the general area of north of Main Street and West of Bank Street and anticipate homes and businesses nearby will be affected. The tests may result in a temporary discoloration of water in that area. As is always the case, do not attempt to wash clothing if your water appears discolored. If you do experience a discoloration, run cold water for about five minutes or until it’s clear.  If you have questions, or notice a hydrant in need of repair, contact the Fire Department at 345-6375.


The Buffalo Bills and Wegmans are teaming up for a food drive to make sure people have enough to eat.   The drive lasts through May 18th and people are asked to donate items that can be used by food-insecure families with members that have special dietary needs. Whatever is collected will then be donated to Foodlink in Rochester and participating partners. To find a list of allergen-friendly food drive items, head to shop.wegmans.com.



A major announcement has been made to help prevent future flooding disasters along Lake Ontario. Senator Chuck Schumer arrived yesterday in Sodus to roll out the biggest federal investment ever in that waterfront community. $20 million will be pumped in to rebuild the crumbling break wall on Sodus Bay. The project is designed to further protect the shoreline from severe flooding, including communities that got slammed during the springs of 2017 and 2019.The break wall repair is expected to begin this summer and be finished by fall of next year.



A man who prosecutors said secretly recorded minors in bathrooms at a church and in his home is heading to prison. 61-year-old Stephen Nicot pleaded guilty earlier this year to receipt of child pornography. Prosecutors said Nicot hid a camera in an Orleans County church bathroom between 2012 and 2014, positioning it so it would capture video and images of naked people showering. Authorities executed a search warrant at his home July 21, 2022, recovering a memory card and USB drive with videos and images of at least five minor victims using the church bathroom and shower. They also seized two cell phones with naked images of a minor that were recorded by a camera hidden in a bathroom at Nicot’s home. A judge sentenced him to 12 years in prison.


An update from Rochester Police: a 14-year-old boy has died from his injuries following a crash over the weekend. Police responded to Bloss Street for a report of a rollover with someone trapped just after 7 p.m. Friday. Officers found six occupants in the car ranging in age from 12-16. The 14-year-old boy was taking to Strong Memorial Hospital with life-threatening injuries. He died Sunday night. His name has not been released. Three others had minor injuries. Police said the crash was the result of reckless driving, and the vehicle was later determined to be stolen. The incident remains under investigation.



Massachusetts police say a bear at the scene of a fatal car crash dragged the victim’s body from the car. A police statement says that when first responders arrived at the scene, the man’s body was outside the car and a bear was seen in the woods nearby. Evidence suggests the bear “at some point had made contact with the victim’s body.” Investigators say that what most likely happened is the 31-year-old man was either fully or partially ejected from the car as a result of the crash and the bear pulled him from the car.

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