posted on January 18, 2011 07:14
An Attica man has died after a snowmobile accident in the Adirondack Mountains.
26-year-old Edward Harding was driving his snow machine on a road in the Lewis County Town of Diana, when he ran off the road and struck an embankment.
Harding was thrown from the craft. He was transported to a nearby hospital where he was pronounced dead.
A state police investigation is ongoing today.
A LeRoy woman is cuffed for stealing a debit card from her co-worker’s purse.
19-year-old Rebecca Chatley of Mill Street is charged with Felony Grand Larceny in the incident. LeRoy Police say they received the complaint on Friday that Chatley was rifling through co-workers purses at a Village business. When the others confronted her, Chatley was allegedly found with a stolen debit card in her possession.
Police arrested her on Sunday.
Chatley posted bail. She is due in court at a later date.
A second arrest has been made in relation to that heated Town Board meeting disruption in Albion.
29-year-old Jacob Atwell was arrested Monday and charged with Menacing. According to Orleans County Sheriff’s Deputies, Atwell attended last week’s Town Board meeting in Albion. During a heated exchange between Board members and civilians, police were called.
Atwell knew that and was apparently on his way out, but he allegedly threatened one Town Board member before leaving.
Last week, 49-year-old James Babcock was charged with Disorderly Conduct after he allegedly screamed at board members at that same meeting.
Three people wanted in connection with several church burglaries have been arrested in the Monroe County Town of Penfield.
28-year-old Abner Santiago, 21-year-old Juan Morales and a third unidentified suspect were believed to be involved in several break-ins at Monroe County churches this past weekend. The three were taken into custody after a short police chase early Monday morning.
No word on whether the suspects may be related to four church burglaries in Genesee County this year.
If reports are true, the Buffalo Sabres hockey team could open next season across the pond in Europe.
ESPN's Pierre LeBrun says the Sabres are one of six teams that have been asked to begin next season overseas.
In the past few years, the NHL has opened their season with games in Europe, in an effort to grow the game outside of the United States and Canada.
No reports have surfaced on where the Sabres would play.