WBTA Sunday News

Written by on November 19, 2017

Batavia police say they have received multiple complaints of a possible “Bondsman” scam.
Here’s how it works:
Someone claiming to be a bail-bondsman calls and says that a family member has been injured in an accident out of state. As a result of the accident, the family member was arrested and needs money for bail.
They usually want the money sent by Western Union.
Police say contact your family member to confirm they were involved.
Do not send money. Check with your family, and then contact police.

Three Rochester area residents remain in custody following a harrowing police chase that followed a shoplifting incident on Veterans memorial Drive.
The chase began on Friday and ended in Albion.
Police say the three boosted almost $2,000 worth of merchandise from Kohl’s.
Police caught up with the suspects on Route 98 heading north.
Along the way, police said the suspects began throwing the merchandise out the window.
The chase ended when the suspect’s car crashed into a utility pole.
Facing felony charges are:
25 year old Shabre Young, the driver;
40 year old Jeremy Siplin and 23 year old Davion Jackson all of Rochester.
They are due back in Town of Batavia court on December 7th.

Thruway road conditions? There’s now an app for that.
It’s free for iPhone or Android devices and just in time for busy Thanksgiving travel.

The Buffalo Bills are out on the west coast to take on the Los Angeles Chargers.
The Bills are 5 and 4 on the season, L-A is 3 and 6.
The Bills are starting back-up quarterback Nathan Peterman.
Game time is 4 p.m. this afternoon.

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