posted on October 01, 2013 07:18
An Attica woman is under arrest for allegedly stealing more than 21-thousand dollars from a Stafford business where she worked.
42-year-old Judy King of Genesee St., Attica, is charged with forgery and Grand larceny.
Deputies say that during the two years King worked for RJN Electrical Services in Stafford she forged 88 checks and stole two company credit cards for personal use.
King has been released on her own recognizance.
A domestic incident leads to jail for a State St. man.
46-year-old Gerald Nicholson of is charged with criminal obstruction of breathing following a fight outside of his State St. home on Sunday.
Nicholson was sent to the county jail and held in lieu of $5,000 bail.
There is a major effort tonight in Genesee County to draw attention to Domestic Violence. It is a called the Stiletto Walk and it is a 1.3 mile trek to raise awareness of and support for victims of domestic violence. The walk begins at 5:30 tonight at John Kennedy School.You can still register for the walk by calling the YWCA at 343-5808.
The new gaming floor at Batavia Downs - part of the first phase of its expansion project - is scheduled to open this Friday.
Gaming will now be located on the ground floor.
The project will also see the opening of three new restaurants including the Thurman Thomas sports bar.
The $27-million project was originally expected to be completed by the end of August.
The lease is now signed for a new tenant at the former Chase building in Albion.
Claims Recovery Financial Services has agreed to take over the space, filling the void created when Chase announced earlier this year that they would close the facility.
Chase says that 100 of the workers from Albion will be shifting to their offices in Rochester.
Claims Recovery has hired 55 other Chase workers.