Weekend News Briefing
Written by WBTA STAFF on June 30, 2018
An Intense Heat Advisory in effect over the Weekend.
The National Weather Service has issued a Heat Advisory for the entire GLOW region and several surrounding counties to be following by an Excessive Heat Warning.
The Advisory is in effect Saturday through Sunday at noon and the Excessive Heat Warning is in effect from noon on Sunday through late Monday evening.
The highest heat index values will be from about noon through 8 PM each day.
Temperatures are expected to reach 104 on Saturday and as high as 108 Sunday and Monday.
There will be an increased risk for heat related illness with the elderly, very young, pregnant, and those with heart and respiratory conditions at the highest risk.
Officials encourage staying well hydrated, staying in an air-conditioned room, out of the sun and to check up on relatives and neighbors.
Hilton woman facing felony for allegedly driving drunk in Darien with a one year old.
38 year old Stacy Lynn Parks of East Ave in Hilton was stopped late Wednesday night on Route 20 Broadway Road in Darien where Genesee County Deputies allegedly found her to be driving while intoxicated accompanied by a one year old child a s a passenger.
Parks was taken into custody and charged with Aggravated DWI under Leandra’s Law and Endangering the Welfare of a Child.
She was issued appearance tickets and is scheduled to appear in Darien Town Court on July 17th.
Three arrested at Chris Stapleton Concert at Darien Lake.
Genesee County Deputies arrested two people for alleged possession of pot and one for Criminal Trespassing and Harassment during the Chris Stapleton Concert at Darien Lake Performing Arts Center on Thursday.
40 year old Joseph Proia of West Creek Drive in Spencerport allegedly grabbed a Live Nation employee while being ejected for illegally reentering.
All three were issued appearance tickets for July 10th in Darien Town Court.
Bear spotted in Attica.
Someone driving on West Main Street near Bunnell Street in the village, reported seeing the Black Bear in the roadway at around 4 a.m. Friday.
The bear was described as a younger adult.
State Officials say you should Never approach a bear, Use loud noise to scare away Bears as soon as you see them and to Never Run from a Bear.
State Police start crack down on drunk and drugged driving beginning this weekend.
State Troopers will conduct sobriety checkpoints and target reckless and aggressive driving statewide in an effort to keep New York highways safe over the Fourth of July holiday
This special enforcement detail starts this weekend and runs through Thursday, July 5th.
Lawmen in Genesee County begin their special STOP-DWI crackdown on Wednesday July 4th to conclude on Sunday July 8th.