posted on June 28, 2013 07:24
We remain under a Flood Watch in Genesee County.
The National Weather Service says very slow moving showers will develop across the Western New York region this morning with embedded thunderstorms and localized heavy rainfall.
The slow moving storms have the potential to produce 1 to 3 inches of rain by this evening.
Spotty areas of heavy rain may result in flooding of low lying and poor drainage areas as well as small creeks.
We have an update on the high speed chase from Albion into Batavia.
Three Medina teenagers were arrested when the chase came to end on Wednesday night.
16-year-old Angel Calderon, the driver, 17-year-old Trayvon Johnson and 18-year-old Syed Baity are jailed without bail.
They are charged with criminal possession of stolen property and obstruction.
Batavia Police say Calderon is facing additional charge of Reckless Endangerment and whole slew of Vehicle and Traffic tickets.
The three allegedly took a pick-up truck from Albion and went on a joy ride that ended when they crashed into a fence on Buxton Ave.
A Batavia teenager, prone to running away, took off again this week and now has been found.
13-year-old Chelsea Fauel was located yesterday in the city.
She is OK.
Chelsea has been turned over to Social Services.
18-year-old Stephanie Pelkey of Batavia is charged with trying to pawn a laptop computer that was not hers to pawn.
Batavia Police say Stephanie used her Learner’s Permit to pawn the stolen laptop at a Batavia Computer Store.
She has been charged with Criminal Possession of Stolen Property.
A Rochester police officer is recovering from injuries sustained in a shootout with a man wanted for a double homicide outside a city nightclub.
The officer was shot during an exchange of gunfire near the intersection of Yates and North Goodman streets.
Police say the unidentified officer underwent surgery last night and is expected to make a full recovery.
Things are back to normal at Niagara Falls State Park after a visit from several prominent Hollywood actors filming a scene for an upcoming movie. Melissa McCarthy, Susan Sarandon and Kathy Bates were all in the scene filmed at the Niagara Falls observatory yesterday. An estimated 120 people worked on the film crew, many of them locals.