Monday, July 11, 2022

Monday 11 July 2022:
SLN News Briefs GLOW region

Dog repeatedly overdoses on cocaine and narcotic — owner faces charges — A Batavia woman is facing charges after three separate incidents in which her dog allegedly overdosed on cocaine and an apparent narcotic. Cassandra L. Elmore, 30, of Batavia, brought a pet French bulldog to a veterinarian on May 15 and 25 after the canine overdosed, city police said. She allegedly brought her dog to a veterinarian again on June 21 for what’s believed to be an overdose after the dog again got into some sort of narcotic. Police said Elmore also never licensed her dog. Elmore was charged July 2 with three counts of injuring an animal and one count of owning an unlicensed dog. She is to appear July 26 in City Court. The dog’s status was not immediately available Sunday evening.

Felony charges filed in July 3 high speed chase — Two Rochester residents are facing felony charges in connection with a high speed chase which stretched from Batavia to Rochester. The pursuit began about 3:10 p.m. July 3 after a reported theft at Dick’s Sporting Goods, Genesee County sheriff’s deputies said. Deputies pursued the vehicle on the Thruway and Route 390 into the city of Rochester. It allegedly drove erratically and at high speeds during the pursuit. The vehicle’s operators were Ashley L. Grann, 33, of Brooks Avenue and Jacob D. Smith, 33, of Clifford Street. They allegedly exited the vehicle and fled on foot before being taken into custody. The duo also allegedly possessed illegal drugs. Grann and Ashley were each charged with first-degree reckless endangerment, fourth-degree grand larceny, unlawfully fleeing a police officer in a motor vehicle, criminal possession of a controlled substance, and obstructing governmental administration. They are to appear July 23 in Batavia Town Court. State police assisted during the incident.

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