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Written by on November 26, 2017

A string of alleged burglaries land a Batavia man in lock up.
19 year old Davon St. John of Oak Street was arrested for allegedly committing five residential burglaries at three separate addresses in the city.
According to Police the burglaries occurred between September and November 21st with one residence targeted three times.
St John is facing five felony counts of Burglary and was jailed in lieu of $50,000 bail

A UMMC staffer is accused of stealing controlled medications.
48 year old Janet Gatley of North Tonawanda was arrested and charged with Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance, Falsifying Business Records, violation of Public Health Laws and Petit Larceny.
Authorities said the thefts occurred while Gately was working at the hospital.
She was arraigned on the charges and released with an appearance ticket.

A Florida teen is being held as a person of interest in his grandmother’s murder after being arrested near the Canadian border.
U.S. Customs and Border Patrol spokesman Aaron Bowker confirmed that 15-year-old Logan Mott is in custody in Buffalo on a grand theft auto charge.
Bowker said border agents arrested Mott Friday night at the Peace Bridge
Officers were alerted that Mott is a person of interest in a murder investigation involving his grandmother. He was driving a 2015 Dodge Dart reported stolen from Neptune Beach, Florida.

The Bills will be without Kelvin Benjamin for today’s matchup with the Kansas City Chiefs due to a knee injury.
Benjamin did not practice at all this week after getting hurt during last week’s loss to the Chargers.
Since being acquired from the Panthers on Halloween, Benjamin has four catches for 62 yards in two games.
Tyrod Taylor will return as starting quarterback for Buffalo after getting benched last week for rookie Nathan Peterman.

The Batavia City Council holds a Conference Meeting and a brief business meeting tomorrow night.
The meetings begin at 7 tomorrow night in City Hall.


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