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Thursday, March 27, 2014

News From WESB

Accused Counterfeiter Waives Hearing
A Bradford man accused making fake $20 bills has waived his preliminary hearing. 30-year-old Shad Gutshall was charged with forgery and related offenses after police found the counterfeiting operation in his South Center Street home while looking for evidence in an unrelated case. Gutshall's co-defendant, 38-year-old Elizabeth Skok, has pleaded guilty to the chargers in McKean County Court and is scheduled for sentencing tomorrow. Gutshall is also facing charges in Cattaraugus County related to a domestic incident. 

Milk Truck Spills Load Along I-86
A one vehicle accident Wednesday morning on I-86 during rush hour involved a milk truck going off the expressway and rolling on to it's side spilling 8,000 gallons of milk along the side of the highway. Police say that Department of Environmental Conservation was called to the accident in the Town of Allegany and used specialized vacuums to suck the milk out of the ground. No charges were filed against the driver, who police say became distracted and lost control of his truck.

NY Counties Declared Disaster Areas
The U.S. Department of Agriculture has declared an agricultural disaster for 19 counties in New York, including three in Western New York. The declaration includes Cattaraugus, Chautauqua and Allegany counties. US Senator Kirsten Gillibrand says the aid will send relief to grape farmers and vineyards that were severely damaged by the long cold winter. Farmers will be eligible to apply for federal assistance to help them recover.

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1 comment :

Anonymous said...

The disaster area relief is good and all the, to help these farmers out. Buttttt if they are going to get Government monies to pull themout from the bad weather, then there should be no need to raise prices to reflect the lose of crops. that is just double dipping and stealing from the Tax Payer.