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Muckdogs strike out on deal with Red Wings.
It remains unclear whether the Batavia Muckdogs are safe or out in Batavia.
The renewal of the management agreement between the Muckdogs and the Rochester Red Wings has been blocked by The New York Penn league.
President of the Red Wings Naomi Silver said “Starting ten full seasons ago we began to run the ball club on a year to year basis with a maximum of 10 years.  We did operate for ten years and now that agreement has expired, so we no longer will be operating.”
Silver said she was hoping to renew the management contract however the League apparently has other plans.
The Muckdogs are owned by the Genesee county Baseball Club and per their 10 year agreement, the Red Wings will keep a 50-percent stake in the sales proceeds should the team be sold. 
President of the Genesee County Baseball Club Brian Paris is greatful for their long partnership.
Paris said “We are not only extremely Thankful but we are forever thankful for what Rochester has done for us.  Naomi Silver, Gary Larder and their team, the group of staff they have have been outstanding and without them we would not be here.  So we are just very thankful.”
Paris says he is having very positive talks with the NYS Penn League and is optimistic there will be a 2018 Muckdogs season in Batavia.

A Brockport woman hospitalized following a one car crash in Byron.
38 year old Dawn Dunlap of Brockport was seriously injured in a one car accident off of Route 262 near Transit Road in Byron.
She reportedly drifted off of the south shoulder of 262, struck a road sign and then a tree.
Dunlop was flown via Mercy Flight to Strong Memorial Hospital where she is listed in guarded condition
The crash was called in shortly after 7 yesterday morning.
Deputies believe the crash may have occurred much earlier than that and was later reported by a passerby.

Man extradited from Maine on warrant for dealing drugs.
25 year old Sean Semprie Jr. was arrested following investigation by the Genesee County Local Drug Task Force into the sale of crack cocaine in and around the County.
Semprie was arrested on a local warrant and transported to Genesee County from Augusta Maine where he was being held on unrelated charges.
He was accused of selling crack cocaine to a Task Force agent on two occasions and is facing four Class B felony counts of Criminal Sale and Possession of a Controlled Substance.
Semprie was committed to jail in lieu of $10,000 bail.

A Chautauqua County hunter is charged with manslaughter for allegedly killing a woman he thought was a deer. 
Yesterday, it was announced that a grand jury had indicted Thomas Jadlowski on second-degree manslaughter for allegedly shooting Rosemary Billquist while she was walking her dogs last week. 
He posted bail and is due back in court later next month. 
Jadlowski faces up to 15 years in prison if convicted. 

This week Governor Cuomo signed 43 bills into law. 
Next year fines are going up for poaching deer, elk, bear and moose. 
He signed another bill that aims to make the state parole board more transparent. 
Cuomo also vetoed 31 bills, including one that was set to create a hotline for folks to report various types of suspected abuse.

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