Wednesday News Brief

Written by on April 3, 2024

22-year-old Nickolas Figlow of Batavia has been arrested and charged with making threats of mass harm. This resulted from a police investigation into an event that occurred at a business on Lewiston road in the Town of Batavia. Figlow allegedly made threats against a business. He was released on an appearance ticket for Batavia Town Court later this month. ALSO: The Genesee County Sheriffs arrested 41-year-old Matthew Bader of Batavia. He’s charged with identify theft to obtain goods and criminal possession of stolen property. It’s alleged Bader stole a credit card and used it to make purchases. He’s scheduled to appear in Batavia Town Court next Tuesday. ALSO: 52-year-old Paul Lee of Rochester has been arrested in Bergen. He’s charged with criminal possession of a controlled substance. Lee’s arrest followed a drug complaint in the Town of Batavia. It’s alleged he was in possession of narcotics when deputies made contact with him on Route 33 in the Town of Bergen. Lee was issued an appearance ticket for Bergen Town Court for April 10th.


Genesee Justice is relocating to office space at the Genesee County Jail. Effective Thursday, April 4, their new address will be: Genesee Justice, 3839 West Main Street Road, Batavia. If you’d like more information, please call 585-815-7821.



Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer in Victor yesterday (13WHAM Photo).

Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer is calling on the Department of Justice to help prevent retail theft in this region. Schumer held a news conference yesterday at the Victor Crossing Shopping Plaza, where an Ulta Beauty store has been affected by $100,000 worth of thefts since 2023. Schumer says the suspects involved in these cases are often part of organized crime rings who re-sell what’s taken on the black market. Schumer wants the Department of Justice to use the RICO Act {The Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act (RICO) of 1970} to help put an end to these thefts.


Another day has come and gone without a deal in place on a new state budget. Lawmakers were back at the Capitol yesterday after deciding to miss the April 1st deadline and give themselves until tomorrow to strike an agreement. Senate Majority Leader Andrea Stewart-Cousins tells Politico she is optimistic a budget will be hammered out sometime this month. But after today, there are only a few legislative sessions scheduled the rest of April.


As expected, President Biden and former President Donald Trump have cruised to wins in New York’s primary. Before the polls opened yesterday, it had already been determined Mister Biden will represent Democrats in November while Trump will be the Republican nominee. That means it’ll be a rematch of the 2020 election when Biden stopped Trump from winning a second term. Election Day is Tuesday, November 5th.


Vincent Stack

A body found in Oswego County more than three decades ago has finally been identified as a Buffalo man. Authorities say the remains were those of 40-year-old Vincent Stack who went missing back in 1990 in Niagara Falls State Park. It’s believed Stack went over the falls. and his body traveled about 130 miles before ending up on the shores of Lake Ontario. DNA taken from a family member helped identify the remains as Stack’s.



As has been the case for weeks, the spread of the flu virus continues to hold steady in our region. During the week ending March 23rd, the area with the highest number of cases was Erie County with 515. That was followed by Monroe County with 378. Niagara County had 104 cases of the flu; Ontario County, 61 and Genesee County reported 44. Residents who still have not been immunized can find a clinic by going to


A Lancaster resident is now in some serious trouble with the law after being accused of sending death threats to New York Attorney General Letitia James. According to prosecutors, 26-year-old Tyler Vogel sent the threats on March 24th, saying harm would come to James and a state Supreme Court Judge if they did not cease action in a high-profile civil case. It was determined the case was the civil lawsuit against ex-President Donald Trump. If convicted, Vogel faces up to seven years in prison.


Yesterday’s Red Wings game in Rochester against the Lehigh Valley Iron Pigs was postponed due to rain; they’ll try again tonight. Players are scheduled to take the field at 6:05.


The Buffalo Sabres avoid a two-game losing streak after picking up a much-needed victory at home. JJ Peterka scored twice and Tage Thompson, Alex Tuch, Rasmus Dahlin and Zemgus Girgensons also had a goal each as the Sabres beat the Washington Capitals 6-2 at KeyBank Center last night. Buffalo’s goaltender Ukka-Pekka Luukkonen stopped 23 of the 25 shots he faced in the contest. The next game for the Sabres is Friday evening when they host the Philadelphia Flyers; face-off is at 7:00.



The Nutmobile.

If your current job isn’t all it’s cracked up to be then go nuts and become a “Peanutter.” Planters wants three people to join its team and drive around the country with Mr. Peanut in a unique NUT-mobile. No hot dog cars here – this one is peanut-shaped. Believe it or nut, the year-long commitment will have you being grand marshals of parades, making appearances at public events and doling out nuts to festival goers. This is no nut shell game – the prerequisite to become a Peanutter is to be fun, creative and carefree. A college grad who’s chock full of nut-related puns is a plus. The gig starts this June. Apply at Cashew later!


High-risk strains of HPV in women can lead to increased risk of death by heart attack or stroke. A study by the European Society of Cardiology found that women with the particular strains of the virus were up to four times more likely to eventually suffer from cardiovascular disease. HPV, or human papillomavirus, can also cause genital wants and certain types of cancer.



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