posted on August 13, 2012 07:19
The little boy was missing for only an hour but that was plenty of time to mount a full scale search.
The unidentified 3-year-old from Pekin Road, in Elba, wandered away from his older brother yesterday afternoon while playing in a field.
The call went out and before long sheriff’s deputies, state troopers, volunteer firemen from four departments, the state police helicopter and the sheriff’s K-9 began a coordinated search.
The boy was found by his family not far from where he went missing, and he was just fine.
An argument turned nasty on Chapel Street in Elba over the weekend.
Late Saturday night, 43-year-old Samual Gomez-Calahis was charged by deputies with going after another person with a knife...cutting his victim on the forehead and hand.
Gomex-Calahis was locked up on $15,000 bail.
During the same fracas, 23-year-old Jamie Bega-Tinoco was arrested for punching the victim in the head with a closed fist.
Jamie was jailed in lieu of $1,000 bail.
Four persons were arrested in a crackdown of marijuana use and consumption of alcoholic beverages in Public by the Albion police.
A number of complaints were received of pot smoking and drinking during Albion men’s Softball league games at various village of Albion parks.
Those arrested were 20 year old Frank Capen of Albion on possession of marijuana charges, 40 year old Mirum Froman of Albion, 46 year old Norman Bloom of Medina, and 27 year old Jeremy Smith of Albion on open container charges.
Albion police say the investigation will continue and additional arrests will be made if further violations are observed or reported within the village parks.
WBTA’s Eye on Government:
The Batavia City Council is holding both a Business meeting and a Conference meeting on Monday night.
Council will also be treated to an extensive discussion of Bath Salts, the synthetic drugs that have circulated through Batavia in recent weeks.
The public is welcome to attend both sessions.
If you wish to address the council, you must first sign in with the city clerk.
The meetings begin at 7 Monday night at City Hall.