On the Beat: Two in Batavia nabbed for home robbery
An investigation into a home robbery on February 6 has resulted in the arrest of two Batavia residents. Nathan J. Knab, 20, of 16 Overlook Dr., and Travis J. Dunn, 19, of 1 Pine Hollow Dr., were charged with second-degree burglary, a felony, Monday, Genesee County sheriff's deputies said. Knab and Dunn are accused of entering a residence at 8 Pine Hollow Dr. in Batavia and taking a PlayStation 2 system, along with the controllers and game accessories.
They were arraigned in town court Monday and released pending a court appearance scheduled for March 23.
Pictured is Dunn. A mug shot for Knab has not yet been released.
Update (11:13 a.m.): We learned from Chief Deputy Jerome Brewster this morning that Knab did not show up to jail to have his mug shot taken, which is why it was not available when this post was published earlier today.
Mug shot for Knab (right) posted Thursday at 8:08 a.m.