Weekend News Briefing

Written by on October 27, 2018

Corfu man arrested for grand theft auto in Pembroke.
Troopers based out of Batavia arrested 61 year old Robert Nowak of East Main Street Corfu following report of a vehicle theft in Pembroke.
Nowak was apprehended on Thursday for the alleged larceny which was reported Sunday Afternoon.
He was charged with a felony count of Grand Larceny for allegedly stealing an automobile along with Harassment in the second degree with Physical Contact.

Police investigating hit and run in Batavia.
Police were called to report of a hit and run accident at Jackson and Ellicott Street shortly after 7 Friday night.
A black SUV apparently struck a gray Ford pickup truck and left the scene.
No injuries were reported in the incident.
City Police subsequently located the unoccupied SUV behind Wortzman Furniture store with visible damage including a missing front grill.
There was minor passenger-side fender damage to the gray pickup.
At last report police were continuing investigation into the crash.

Orleans County couple arrested for child endangerment.
State Troopers arrested 28 year old Jennifer Luxon and 29 year old Zachary Kujawa, both of Medina, following a month long investigation by Child Protective Services and State Police into an incident that occurred on September 11 at a Medina address.
Luxon was charged with two counts of endangering the welfare of child and making a false statement while Kujawa is facing felony counts of Assault and Strangulation both in the second degree along with two counts of endangering the welfare of a child.
Luxon was issued an appearance ticket and released while Kujawa was ordered to be held in lieu of $10,000 bail in the Orleans county Jail.
He is expected back in the Yates Town Court on November 21st.

Sex Offender in Basom indicted for failing to register.
Daniel King has been indicted on a Class E felony for failing to register a change of address as a sex offender.
The convicted sex offender allegedly moved to an address on Phelps Road in the Town of Basom in January of this year and failed to register his change of address within the allowable time frame.
It’s required that Sex Offenders in the New York must notify The State’s Division of Criminal Justice Services within 10 days of any address change.

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