Evening News Briefing
Written by Dan Fischer on March 19, 2018
One man is dead following a snowmobile accident in Wyoming County.
Authorities say Robert Henry of Dansville was driving his sled across Route 19 in Genesee Falls on Saturday when he was struck by a vehicle driven by Thomas Brice of Nunda.
Henry was declared dead at the scene. The crash is under investigation.
So far, no charges have been filed.
We are learning of a new development today in the death an autistic Rochester student who walked away from school and drowned in the Genesee River.
The body of 14-year-old Trevyan Rowe was found last Sunday.
Bridgitte Griffin, the interim principal at School Number 12, was removed from her post on Friday. Three school district employees have been placed on leave after Rowe was incorrectly marked as “present.”
While mulling over a primary challenge to Governor Andrew Cuomo Cynthia Nixon now has new poll numbers to review.
A Siena College poll released this morning shows Governor Cuomo handing the “Sex and The City” star a lopsided loss: 66-percent to 19-percent among New York Democrats.
The poll also found that Nixon “is far from a household name in New York.”
Holley Central School Superintendent Robert D’Angelo is retiring.
The Orleans Hub reports today that D’Angelo, who has been on medical leave for the past three months, will retire on June 30th.
On the Bad Boys report this afternoon:
31 year old David Neauaus of Fisher Park in Batavia is in all kinds of trouble.
Neauaus is behind bars for assault and fleeing from police in a vehicle.
He had already been wanted on a warrant for a variety of charges in an unrelated case.