WBTA Sunday News
Written by Dan Fischer on March 11, 2018
Police from three agencies chase a man from Batavia into Stafford.
The chase started last night following some type of disturbance on Hutchins Street.
As police arrived a man, believed involved in an altercation, fled the scene down East Avenue and eventually out to a residence on Clipnock Road in Stafford.
There the man locked himself inside as police, deputies and state troopers surrounded the house. The man was eventually taken into custody and hospitalized for a mental health examination.
An Albion is man facing 18 charges of selling and distributing crack cocaine in Orleans County.
44 year old Jason Abron of Lydun Drive, Albion, was charged following a three-month investigation.
He is being held in the Orleans County Jail without bail.
The Batavia City Council is scheduled to take final action on next year’s city budget when they meet tomorrow night.
The budget reduces city property taxes by three=percent but increases water rates.
There is also a separate measure to grant a 2-percent pay raise to non-union city employees.
The season has ended for the Elba Lady Lancers varsity basketball team.
The Lancers were defeated yesterday in a Class D regional playoff against Franklinville.
Final score was: Franklinville 60, Elba 40.