posted on November 26, 2012 07:19
Expect a slick, cold commute this morning.
Snow hit the metro Buffalo area for the first time this season over the weekend, with as much as seven inches in some places.
Genesee County received no where near that, just a trace to an inch of snow in most places.
In Wyoming County, Arcade picked up 3 inches of snow.
It will remain cold. Today’s high in Batavia forecast at 38, tonight’s low 25.
A loud party on Summit Street in Batavia leads to criminal charges.
Batavia Police say they answered a complaint of a loud party at 101 Summit and found several people there under the age of 21, drinking. Police said there was an odor of pot in the air.
33-year-old Dashawn Butler was hauled off to jail on 10-thosuand dollars bail. Police say there was a similar incident at the same house last month.
WBTA’s Eye on Government:
The Batavia City Council is meeting tonight in a conference session.
No binding votes are taken.
Council is expected to review some city fees.
One of them, the Peddlers and Solicitors permit fee has been proposed to increase from $25 to $200.
Council meets at 7 tonight in city hall.
The public can address council by first signing in with the city clerk.
A bizarre case out of Seneca County.
A man has been arrested on charges of killing his son back in 2008. Karl Karlsen of Romulus took out a large life insurance policy on his 23-year-old son Levi just days before the young man was crushed under a truck he was repairing.
Investigators say they have uncovered evidence suggesting Karl Karlsen caused the truck to fall and crush his son to death.
Karlsen is charged with second degree murder and is being held without bail.