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It is a case of modern day cattle rustling.
Over the past week, 14 black and white bull calves have been stolen from a farm near LeRoy.
The sheriff’s office is investigating.
Deputies say some farm equipment has also been stolen.
Only two calves have been recovered.
Deputies have a description of two suspected rustlers:
They are described as a large, white man with either a bald head or very short hair. The second suspect is described as a large white woman.
The suspects fled the scene of one of the thefts in a dark colored mini van.
Deputies say the equipment the two of suspects are taking leads them to believe the pair may be trying to raise the calves and not take them to auction.
Anyone with information is asked to call the sheriff’s office.

The unemployment rate in Genesee County has dropped to its lowest level in years. The June jobless rate in Genesee County stood at 4.8-percent, down from 6.4-percent a year ago.
Declines were reported across New York State. The Buffalo-Niagara region as a whole reported its lowest unemployment rate in six years.

Batavia Police Shawn Heubush is just now explaining how and why a rookie police officer shot and killed a dog last weekend.
Officer Peter Flanigan responded to baking dog complaint in the 300 block of West Main around 1:30 in the morning. When it was over, the dog was dead and the owner of the dog was arrested on a drug charge.
Heubusch said the dog, a pit bull, was aggressive upon the officer’s arrival.
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The ‘Pathway to Hope’ at the YWCA is destroyed by vandals.
The lighted pathway served as a symbol of hope, established in the memory of Batavia native Nicole Sheehan, who was fatally shot by her boyfriend last month.
The lights were installed one week ago at a candlelight vigil to honor Nicole’s memory and bring attention to domestic violence.

An Orleans County man is facing a felony charge after he showed up at the State Police substation in Albion…drunk, according to troopers.
33 year-old John Manners of Kendall was arrested for felony DWI after he was seen pulling into the state police station on Monday to pick-up a friend who was being released on an unrelated charge.
Troopers say Manners failed the field sobriety test and refused a breathalyzer.
Manners was locked up in the Orleans County Jail. 

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