posted on October 24, 2013 07:29
An Albion man, wanted by Batavia Police for sexually abusing a child, is behind bars this morning.
U.S. Marshals Fugitive Task Force picked up 26-year-old Terrell Goodsen.
Police say Goodsen sexually abused a child under 11 years old.
The suspected crime happened in Batavia.
Goodsen’s whereabouts had been unknown to lawmen.
He is now behind Genesee County bars without bail.Goodsen is scheduled to appear in Batavia City Court on oct. 29.
Dunkin Donuts is apparently coming to LeRoy.
Village officials confirm that agents for the popular coffee shop chain are looking at a site along West main St. between Pizzaland and Townsend Energy – a lot that has been vacant for nearly 30 years.
An Albion man, just released on parole, is back behind bars following a property damage accident.
26-year-old Brandon Kirby was released from prison two weeks ago after serving time for felony drunk driving.
Police said Kirby was involved in an accident in Clarendon Tuesday night crashing into a building along Mansfield Road. Kirby allegedly fled the accident on foot but was collared a short time later. Among
the charges: operating a vehicle without a court-ordered ignition interlock device.
The University of Buffalo had a distinguished visitor yesterday. Former first lady and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton spoke at Alumni Arena to a sold-out crowd as part of the school’s Distinguished Speakers series. While she has not publicly declared any intention to run for president, Clinton is considered a strong potential candidate and has high approval ratings among New Yorkers and national voters.