Dale’s Briefs – Wednesday, October 12th
The family of a teenager found dead along the banks of Cayuga Creek on Monday want to know why Depew Police didn't file a missing persons report when they reported him missing on Saturday. It wasn’t until Monday when that report was filed at about the same time his family found his body. Cheektowaga police say the death of 18-year old Ryan Hyon is suspicious.
One of the students who confronted the sister of Jamey Rodemeyer at the Williamsville North homecoming bonfire a few weeks ago and said they were glad her brother was dead has been suspended. The district superintendent made the announcement on a video posted on the district website. Scott Martzloff says the suspension is the longest allowed by state education law.
A state bridge inspector was injured yesterday when he fell 10 feet from a Bailey Avenue bridge near McKinley Parkway. Another inspector was with him at the time and called for first aid. He’s expected to be OK.
A Buffalo man has been arrested and charged with harassing the mother of a Lewiston woman whose body was found stuffed in a garbage tote in Buffalo nearly two years ago. The family of Amanda Wienkowski believes Antoine Garner had something to do with her death and now he’s facing harassment charges.
A Depew woman was taken by Mercy Flight to ECMC with a possible fractured skull, a broken arm and other injuries after she fell a hundred feet into the gorge at Zoar Valley. 21-year old Emily Aoun and her brother Matthew were hiking along what they thought was a trail when they lost their footing. Matthew was able to grab onto a tree 30 feet from the bottom but his sister fell all the way down.
It’s tough keeping track of all of them. Another vehicle driving into a building. This one in Jamestown where an 80-year old woman struck a Wendy’s restaurant causing major damage to the restaurant. Nobody was hurt.