posted on June 19, 2012 07:19
The Genesee County Sheriff’s Office has a lead on the person they say is responsible for a string of thefts from unlocked cars in the Town of Batavia.
Deputies have released photos of the suspect they describe as 6-feet tall, 200 pounds, driving a dark blue Chevrolet Cobalt with a rear spoiler.
If you have any information, you are asked to call the Genesee County Sheriff’s Office at (585) 344-5000.
A Batavia man has been jailed on a charge of Grand Larceny.
BPD says that 34-year-old Darrel Scroger of Swan Street rented about 3-thousand dollars worth of items from a local rental store, failed to abide by the rental agreement and now no longer as the items to return.
Scroger is in the Genesee County Jail in lieu of $10,000 bail.
Summer does not officially arrive until tomorrow but Western New York can expect near record heat for the next three days.
The high today in Genesee County is expected to top out at 88 degrees, with the low 90’s forecast for Wednesday and Thursday.
Officials at Rochester General Hospital will be posting prices regarding care at the facility. The hospital has decided to post its charges for uninsured patients in more than 100 procedures. The fees posted exclude those charged by the doctor or anesthesiologist, or for medication. Hospital officials say people who don't have health insurance need to know how much potential care could cost them.
The Buffalo Bills aren't thrilled with their season ticket sales so far. The Bills say they've sold more season tickets for 2012 than they did for last season, but they were hoping for even more of an uptick thanks to their off-season moves. Team officials say they hope that bringing back popular players such as running back Fred Jackson and wide receiver Stevie Johnson will get more people to purchase season tickets.
It appears lawmakers and Governor Cuomo could approve a cyber-bullying awareness bill before the legislative session ends later this week. The measure would make it illegal to send harassing e-mails, texts, tweets and Facebook messages to another person, though no criminal charges would be associated with it. Schools would also be required to educate students about cyber-bullying and set up a system to report cases.