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Tuesday, March 15, 2022

Tuesday, March 15, 2022:
News Briefs

EARTHQUAKE IN WYOMING COUNTY -- A small earthquake rattled parts of Wyoming county just after 11 a.m. this morning (Tuesday) about 3 miles SW of Warsaw. The quake occurred at a depth of about 3.1 miles which is relatively shallow and had a magnitude of 2.6 on the richter scale. That is considered a small quake that is incapable of causing damage but could be felt if close to the epicenter. 

JERIMIE M. JOHNSON, 48, of Perry was arrested for DWI on Sunday, March 13, 2022,, Officer Spencer Kramell conducted a traffic stop on Elm Street in Perry for multiple vehicle and traffic law violations. After Johnson failed both his field sobriety test  and his chemical breath test, it was revealed that Johnson had a BAC of .19%. He was released to a sober third party and is to appear in Perry Village Court April 12th to answer for the following charges: Fail to Keep Right, Failure to Signal, DWI Common Law and DWI BAC .18% of 1% or higher.

FRANK A. BIONDO, 48, of Leicester was arrested on March 8, 2022, or DWI and Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance. After failing both his field sobriety test and his chemical breath test, it was revealed that Biondo had a BAC of .12%. Biondo also admitted to not having a prescription for the medication discovered in the vehicle and later it was determined that the substance was in fact a controlled substance. Biondo was released to a sober third party and is to appear in Village Court April 12, 2022 to answer for the following charges: Uninspected Motor Vehicle, DWI-Common Law, DWI BAC .08% of 1% or higher, Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance.

THE BODY OF LEWIS HYDE, missing for three days, was recovered early Monday afternoon after an extensive water search in Tonawanda Creek. Batavia PD requested a search of the creek by City Fire's water rescue team and other first responders because Hyde's jacket was found near the creek. The 29-year-old's body was recovered at 12:35 p.m. and positively identified as the missing man. "At this time, our thoughts and prayers are with the family and friends of Lewis Hyde," stated Batavia PD in a press release.

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