Wanted Robbery Suspect Arrested:
The Village of Bath Police Department reports that, with assistance from the New York State Police K-9 unit, the man wanted in connection with a home invasion robbery has been arrested. Kyle Krisher was placed into custody at 2:30 p.m. Monday on Peacock Road in the Town of Bath. He is currently being held in the Steuben County Jail on a parole violation and is expected to be arraigned on robbery charges at a later date. Bath Police Chief Chad Mullen thanks all members of the Bath P.D., New York State Police, Steuben County Sheriff’s Office, and New York State Parole for their hard work in tracking down all the suspects arrested in connection with the robbery that took place in the Village in October.
Two Arrested on Drug Charges in Addison:
Two Steuben County men are facing drug charges after Steuben County Sheriff’s deputies responded to a report of persons allegedly passed out in a vehicle on Colwell Street in Addison. Their investigation found that 24-year-old David Hughes of Savona, the operator of the vehicle, was allegedly in possession of a controlled substance and 22-year-old Donald Burdick of Cameron Mills was allegedly in the process of producing methamphetamine and was in possession of methamphetamine pre-coursers. Hughes was charged with criminal possession of a controlled substance, while Burdick was charged with unlawful manufacturing of methamphetamine. Hughes was released on an appearance ticket. Burdick was sent to the Steuben County Jail in lieu of $10,000 bail.
P.A. Man Arrested for DWI, Fleeing an Officer in Bath Incident:
A Pennsylvania man has been arrested on charges of DWI and fleeing a police officer following an incident in Bath earlier this month. 38-year-old Brian Vosburgh allegedly swerved his vehicle at a deputy’s patrol vehicle on May Street and when the deputy attempted to stop him, he allegedly failed to comply and sped away, before stopping in a driveway on McMaster Street. Vosburgh was also charged with failure to use interlock device, aggravated unlicensed operation, failure to maintain lane, speeding, operating an unregistered motor vehicle, and failure to signal a turn. He was arraigned and sent to the Steuben County Jail in lieu of $5,000 bail. Additional charges are expected.
Missing Vulnerable Adult Alert:
At the request of the Cuba Town Police Department, a New York State Missing Vulnerable Adult Alert has been issued relating to the disappearance of 82-year-old Lorena Fritts. She is a missing vulnerable adult with dementia and may be in need of medial attention. She was last seen on State Route 305 in the Town of Cuba, Allegany County at 5 p.m. on Sunday. She was driving a 2000 gold Dodge Caravan with NY registration HTH-6674. She was last seen wearing a brown coat, black jeans, and an unknown color ball cap. Information indicates she was on North Union Street in the City of Olean at 8 p.m. Sunday.
Tops Markets Out of Bankruptcy:
In a statement released Monday, Tops Markets announced that it has successfully completed its financial restructuring and has left bankruptcy. Company officials thanked customers for their support and said they will continue to invest in their remaining stores and “create an even more exceptional shopping experience for its customers.”
Airlines Now Required to Check Strollers at Gate:
Just in time for the holiday travel season, a new provision will require commercial airlines to check strollers of any size in at the gate prior to boarding. The provision was pushed by Senator Kristen Gillibrand as part of the FAA Reauthorization Bill in order to help make traveling easier for parents. She said the provision will allow parents “to check strollers of all sizes at airline gates, preventing airports from leaving families stranded without their stroller or struggling to get to their destination on time.” Previously, some airlines had size and weight limitations for strollers, whether or not the stroller had cleared security.