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 Today is expected to be a rather wet Sunday.  Showers are likely today with possible thunderstorms.  However its going to be warm with a high in the upper 60’s.  Batavia saw a high yesterday of 68 degrees and that is expected to be duplicated today.  The chance of rain today is 80 percent, but that means there is a 20% chance it won’t rain.  The complete forecast will follow the news.  

 

 

A Batavia man was arrested Friday night following a traffic stop on route 5 in the town of Pembroke.  30 year old Evan Anderson was found to be allegedly operating a motor vehicle while his ability was impaired by drugs.  Anderson was also found to be in possession of a quantity of a controlled substance. He’s been charged with possession of a controlled substance, operating a vehicle while his ability is impaired with drugs., and no or inadequate headlights.  He will be arraigned next month in Pembroke Town Court. 

An investigation into a parked car on the Lewiston Road in the town of Alabama led to a felony DWI arrest.  40 year old Christopher Ames of Maple Avenue in Oakfield was also charged with unlawful possession of Marijuana.  Genesee County Sheriff’s Deputies say the vehicle that Ames was operating was observed parked behind an unoccupied building that is for sale.  He’ll be arraigned in Albama Town Court on May 15th.

 

On Wednesday, the Batavia Police department will be participating in Operation-Safe Stop.  Operation Safe-Stop is a grant funded program which supports traffic details to deter vehicles form passing stopped school buses.  On Wednesday, officers from the Batavia Police Department will be out in marked and unmarked cars on selected city school bus routes looking for violators.  The routes will be where there have been complaints of vehicles passing stopped school buses.  Police officers will also be conducting speed enforcement details in schools zones in an effort to keep students safe.

 

Eastman Kodak says it is looking for more time to file its restructuring plan after it declared Chapter Eleven bankruptcy in January. The company filed the motion in U.S. Bankruptcy Court in New York City on Friday. Kodak has about four months from filing for bankruptcy protection to submit a reorganization plan to the court for approval. Originally due in less than five weeks, Kodak wants to move the deadline for its restructuring plan submission to mid-November.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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