Weekend News Briefing
Written by WBTA STAFF on December 28, 2019
Genesee County deputies have arrested a man who was injured during a home invasion at a Clinton Street Road address in Stafford.
Investigators say 36 year old Charles Cooper was shot in the back by the homeowner when he broke into the man’s residence in November.
Cooper also had a pellet gun on him when he went into the Clinton Street Road home and asked the homeowner for money before allegedly threatening him.
Cooper who has been hospitalized since the incident was charged upon his release with counts of burglary and robbery with his next appearance in Stafford Town Court scheduled for January 7th.
He was arraigned and sent to the Genesee County Jail on $50,000 bail.
A Pembroke man arrested for menacing and harassment.
State Troopers based out of Batavia report the arrest of 27 year old David LeRoy following an incident the night of Christmas Eve at a Town of Pembroke address.
LeRoy was charged with a Class A Misdemeanor count of Menacing along with second degree harassment and was released on his own recognizance.
According to County Highway Superintendent Tim Hens construction of a major water main will restart on Monday, Dec. 30th along North Road in the Town of LeRoy.
The road will be closed and will only be accessible by local traffic and emergency vehicles during this time and major delays can be expected for several weeks.
Complete roadway shutdowns will occur and be communicated as blasting of bedrock and road crossings occur.
Officials suggest using alternate routes in the meantime.
The Buffalo Bills will look to build momentum for their upcoming playoff run in their final regular season contest.
They’re hosting the New York Jets at New Era Field in Orchard Park this weekend.
Bills quarterback Josh Allen will start, but there’s no word on just how long he’ll play.
Buffalo is currently locked into the fifth seed in the AFC playoffs, but their opponent hasn’t been determined yet.
Kickoff for Sunday’s contest is set for 1:00 p.m.