en Mother pouring herself into caring for her son who suffered serious injuries in Bethany accident <p><img alt="" src="/files/users/60/2015-1/brandondansermarch12015.jpg" style="margin: 7px; float: left;" />There&#39;s no certainty for Brandon Danser and his family, except that doctors say he&#39;s past the point where he&#39;s likely to die from injuries he sustained Feb. 21 when the car he was riding in was hit by a semi-truck on Route 20 in Bethany.</p> <p>Danser suffered traumatic injuries in the accident and remains in the intensive care unit at Strong Memorial Hospital.</p> <p>He will need months, perhaps years, of neurological care. Perhaps, he will never fully recover.</p> <p>Brandon&#39;s mother, Karin Meyer, has been living in Seattle with her husband, Dan Meyer, and their foster children.</p> <p>Dan Meyer said this afternoon that his wife is holding up as well as can be expected, that she&#39;s pouring everything she has into caring for her son, and holds out hope for his recovery.</p> <p>&quot;It&#39;s an emotional roller coaster,&quot; Meyer said. &quot;We have to deal with what might happen, and then this that happened and each new piece of news and each improvement is a step in the right direction. We&#39;re getting past the point where his life is in danger and that was the first relief after that initial shock. After that, each improvement is really a positive thing.&quot;</p> <p>Brandon is showing improvement. He can answer short questions, though there are times he can&#39;t remember people. He spends more time out of bed and sitting in a recliner.</p> <p>&quot;He has shown good success picking up and tossing a Nerf ball, which is another major improvement,&quot; Meyer said. &quot;He is not able to stand on his own but when supported on each side he has been able to take tentative steps and move across the room. He has good hand and arm motion and has been generous squeezing hands and giving out hugs.&quot;</p> <p>The emotional roller coaster hasn&#39;t stopped since Karin received that early morning phone call Feb. 21 with the horrible news of the accident.</p> <p>She got on the first flight East she could book and when she arrived at Strong and walked into Brandon&#39;s room, he was still completely unresponsive, Dan said.</p> <p>&quot;When she&#39;s away from Brandon, she gets a chance to release those emotions,&quot; Meyer said. &quot;She gets time to recharge and even think about eating and sleeping for herself.&quot;</p> <p>Meyer joined his wife in Rochester yesterday after making arrangements&nbsp;for their foster children in Seattle. He&#39;s here to provide the care for her she needs as she cares for her son, Meyer said.</p> <p>It&#39;s a completely open question as to how long Karin will need to be in Rochester.</p> <p>Doctors don&#39;t yet know when Brandon might be released from ICU. The most likely next step for Brandon is in-patient care at Unity Hospital&#39;s Restorative Neurology and Rehabilitation Center in Rochester. When he&#39;s able to be flown to another location, he could be taken to the Mayo Clinic, or he could return with Karin and Dan to Seattle.</p> <p>Any scenario will be difficult for the family.</p> <p>Out of concern for her sister&#39;s well-being and the financial stress of her family,&nbsp;Marianne Bowen has set up a page, <a href="" target="_blank">Help Brandon Heal</a>, with an initial goal of raising $10,000, though Bowen thinks the family&#39;s financial needs will far exceed $10,000.</p> <p>&quot;My sister believes, she hopes he will be back but there is a lot of work ahead of him,&quot; Bowen said.</p> <p>The accident is such a tragedy, Bowen said. It&#39;s still unclear what happened. The driver, Hannah Dibble, was the designated driver and wasn&#39;t drinking, according to information given to Bowen. Brandon was wearing a seat belt, but still ejected from the vehicle when it was struck.</p> <p>The Sheriff&#39;s Office investigation is being supervised by Chief Deputy Jerome Brewster (Chief Deputy Gordon Dibble is the great uncle of Hannah Dibble, so he recused himself from the investigation), and Brewster said late this week there are still no conclusions to share. There have been no charges filed or citations issued.</p> <p>In all, six people were in the little brown&nbsp;1997 Geo Prism driven by Dibble when it crossed Route 20 on a dark, bitterly cold morning from northbound Molasses Hill Road.</p> <p>Of the six, Brandon was seriously injured and 18-year-old&nbsp;Alyson D. Krzanak died of injuries sustained in the accident.&nbsp;Jamie Scherer, 21, of Pembroke, was seriously injured, but is now listed in satisfactory condition at Strong.&nbsp;Felicia Fazzio, 20, of Darien, was also hospitalized, but her condition is not available. Dibble was treated and released at ECMC and&nbsp;Gabrielle Uzarowski, 21, of Pembroke, was treated at the scene and released.</p> <p>Last night, members of the Pembroke community held a vigil for Krzanak. Visit&nbsp;<em>The Batavian</em>&#39;s news partner, <a href="" target="_blank">13WHAM</a>, for a report.</p> batavia Bethany pembroke Sun, 01 Mar 2015 20:40:42 +0000 Howard B. Owens 46842 at Structure fire reported on Brick House Corners Drive, Pembroke <p>A structure fire is reported at 8705 Brick House Corners Drive, Pembroke. Pembroke and Indian Falls fire crews are responding, along with Mercy medics. A Sheriff&#39;s deputy on scene reports light smoke showing.</p> <p>UPDATE 7:37 p.m.: Command has entered the building and it&#39;s &quot;no longer smoking, investigating at this point.&quot;</p> <p>UPDATE 7:55 p.m.: City Engine #12 also responded and is now returning to its station. The City&#39;s Fast Team, initially called into action, is told by Pembroke command to go back in service.</p> <p>UPDATE 7:59 p.m.: The Pembroke assignment is back in service.</p> fire pembroke Sun, 01 Mar 2015 00:33:48 +0000 Billie Owens 46836 at Pembroke Lady Dragons opens sectional play with win over Sodus <p><img alt="" src="/files/users/60/2015-1/pembroke_gbb_2_24.jpg" /></p> <p>The Pembroke Lady Dragons beat Sodus in a first-round Section V Class C1 playoff game Wednesday night in Pembroke, 69-45.</p> <p>They took a 46-21 lead into the half.</p> <p>Olvia Kohorst had 16 points to lead the Dragons. Hannah Duttweiler, 14 and Rylee Moser, 13.&nbsp;</p> <p>For Sodus, Jackie Barclay scored 15 and Alexis Jackson 14.</p> <p>Pembroke (11-9) plays at 2 p.m., Saturday, against East Rochester (18-1) in East Rochester.</p> <p><em>Photo and game information submitted by&nbsp;Aaron Burch, athletic director, Pembroke Central Schools.</em></p> basketball high school sports pembroke sports Thu, 26 Feb 2015 15:07:29 +0000 Howard B. Owens 46813 at Law and Order: Driver of car found on snow bank charged with DWI <p><strong>Anthony W. Janda</strong>, 37, of Gasport, is charged with DWI, speed unreasonable, failure to use designated lane and driving across hazardous markings. Janda&#39;s vehicle left the south shoulder of Route 5 in Pembroke and struck a snow embankment. Upon a trooper&#39;s arrival, Janda was in a Mercy EMS ambulance. The trooper said he detected &quot;an overwhelming odor of an alcoholic beverage.&quot; The trooper administered two field sobriety tests and a breath test, which indicated alcohol consumption. Janda was transported to ECMC as a precaution and reportedly refused a blood test for the trooper, though the hospital had already drawn blood.</p> <p><strong>Vanessa Lynn Silvernail</strong>, 29, of Meadow Farm North, North Chili, is charged with DWI, aggravated DWI, aggravated unlicensed operation, moving from lane unsafely and drinking alcohol in a motor vehicle. Silvernail was arrested following an investigation into a one-vehicle accident in which the vehicle left the roadway on North Road, Town of Le Roy, and went into a ditch at 12:30 a.m. The accident was investigated by Deputy Joseph Loftus.</p> <p><strong>Annie E. Johnson</strong>, 86, of Milbank Street, Rochester, was arrested on a warrant for alleged failure to appear on an overnight parking ticket in the city. Johnson turned herself in and was released on $100 bail.</p> <p><strong>Christina M. Sanchez-Anderson,</strong> 26, of Bank Street, Batavia, was arrested on a warrant for alleged failure to appear on a possession of stolen property, 5th, charge.&nbsp;Sanchez-Anderson turned herself in, was arraigned in City Court and released on her own recognizance.</p> <p><strong>Lee Edward Richeson</strong>, 53, of 8th Street, Canisteo, is charged with possession of more than 400 untaxed cigarettes. Richeson was stopped at 11:50 a.m. Tuesday on Route 77, Pembroke, for an alleged traffic violation by Deputy Patrick Reeves.</p> batavia crime pembroke Wed, 25 Feb 2015 19:56:15 +0000 Howard B. Owens 46800 at Pembroke and Byron-Bergen open tournament play with battle to the end <p><img alt="" src="/files/users/60/2015-1/bb_pembrokesectvpofeb252015.jpg" /></p> <p>Two teams, evenly matched, made for action-packed basketball at Byron-Bergen Tuesday night, but a 14-2 run in the second quarter made all the difference for Pembroke as the Dragons pulled out a 51-45 win in a first-round Section V playoff game.</p> <p>Byron-Bergen and Pembroke came into the game as the #8 and #9 seeds, both with 7-12 records and having split their two regular season&nbsp;contests.</p> <p>&quot;We know everything that they&#39;re running,&quot; said Chad Smith, Bees head coach. &quot;I mean, he had to change up his pace and we were able to adjust to it. We figured it out. We did a great job. He knows pretty much what we&#39;re doing. We worked them down to five seconds on the shot clock a lot throughout the night, but they had guys come up big.&quot;</p> <p>Smith and Pembroke Coach&nbsp;Matt Shay agreed&nbsp;that the turning point was the second quarter, when shots stopped dropping for the Bees and the Dragons got hot.</p> <p>&quot;We really locked down defensively and that was huge because they made some shots in the first quarter and I told the guys after the first quarter, I thought we were playing solid defense, but they were just making tough, good shots, good offensive plays. I told the guys, &#39;stick with it.&#39; I think the defense looked pretty good and eventually those percentages even themselves out.&quot;</p> <p>The game wasn&#39;t really decided into the closing second, but Byron-Bergen wasn&#39;t able to run its plays to get some scores.</p> <p>Smith realizes he has a young team and he&#39;s eager to start off-season work with his returning players with an eye toward a stronger 2015-16.</p> <p>&quot;We&#39;ve got a great group of kids,&quot; Smith said.&nbsp;&quot;They work their tails off for me. I knew it was going to be a fight. They weren&#39;t going to give up at all until the end. I&#39;m very proud of our guys.<br /> I think we&#39;re moving in the right direction.&quot;</p> <p>For Pembroke, Ryan Cansdale had 16 points, Zack Von Kramer, 10, and Kyle Ludwig hit three triples on his way to a 10-point game.</p> <p>For the Bees, Steele Truax had 11, and Brandon Burke and Adam&nbsp;Strassner had 10 each.</p> <p>Next up for Pembroke at 7 p.m., Friday, is #1 seed Mynderse (15-4).&nbsp;</p> <p>Shay knows it&#39;s going to be a tough game for his young team.</p> <p>&quot;We&#39;re definitely the underdog, which is OK with us because we&#39;ve been an underdog team for most the season,&quot; Shay said. &quot;I don&#39;t try to focus too much on the other team. We will get focused on what we do and execute on what we do rather than concentrate on what they do.&quot;</p> <p><img alt="" src="/files/users/60/2015-1/bb_pembrokesectvpofeb252015-2.jpg" /></p> <p><img alt="" src="/files/users/60/2015-1/bb_pembrokesectvpofeb252015-3.jpg" /></p> <p><img alt="" src="/files/users/60/2015-1/bb_pembrokesectvpofeb252015-4.jpg" /></p> <p><img alt="" src="/files/users/60/2015-1/bb_pembrokesectvpofeb252015-5.jpg" /></p> <p>To purchase prints, <a href="" target="_blank">click here</a>.</p> <p><iframe width="480" height="360" src="" frameborder="0" scrolling="0" style="background-color:#555555;"></iframe></p> basketball byron-bergen high school sports pembroke sports Wed, 25 Feb 2015 15:34:08 +0000 Howard B. Owens 46796 at Law and Order: Buffalo man allegedly found with 4,600 untaxed cigarettes <p><strong>Zaid&nbsp;</strong><strong>Amhad</strong><strong>&nbsp;</strong><strong>Alhariri</strong>,&nbsp;47, of Dodge Street, Buffalo, is charged with possession of more than 4,600 untaxed cigarettes. Alhariri&nbsp;was stopped for alleged traffic violations at 12:23 p.m. Sunday on Route 77, Pembroke, by Deputy Patrick Reeves. He was allegedly found in possession of 4,600 untaxed cigarettes with a value of $1,055.</p> <p><strong>Cindy Lou Bush</strong>, 63, of Oak Orchard Road, Elba, is charged with five counts of criminal contempt, 2nd. Bush was allegedly involved in an incident at 7:30 p.m. Monday at a residence on Oak Orchard Road, Elba, with five other people, all who are the subject of a complete stay away order issued to Bush.</p> <p><strong>Annette Monique McMillian</strong>, 30, of Elmdorf Street, Rochester, is charged with scheme to defraud, 1st, petit larceny and issuing a bad check. McMillian was arrested on a warrant after turning herself in to Monroe County Probation. She was arraigned in Le Roy Town Court and jailed on $1,000 bail.</p> crime elba Le Roy pembroke Tue, 24 Feb 2015 20:59:18 +0000 Howard B. Owens 46791 at Easter Egg Hunt sponsored by Pembroke Volunteer Fire Company <p>An Easter Egg Hunt will take place in Pembroke starting at 10 a.m. on Saturday, April 4. It is sponsored by the Pembroke Fire Company and will take place at the fire hall, 630 Main Road, Route 5, in Corfu.</p> <p>Children will be divided into three age groups: 0-3 years old; 4-6 years old; and 7-10 years old.</p> <p>Raffle tickets for a 26-inch-tall chocolate bunny will be sold. Easter plants will also be available for purchase.</p> <p>Pictures with the Easter Bunny! Don&rsquo;t forget your camera and basket.</p> <p>See you there!</p><div class="field datetime field-event-date-time"> <h3 class="label">Event Date and Time</h3> <div class="item odd"><span class="date-display-single">April 4, 2015 - <span class="date-display-start">10:00am</span><span class="date-display-separator"> - </span><span class="date-display-end">11:00am</span></span></div> </div> Easter events pembroke Mon, 23 Feb 2015 20:30:55 +0000 Billie Owens 46769 at Scott Doll's motion for dismissal without merit ADA argues <p>One of the main issues in a motion by an attorney for Scott F. Doll to dismiss his 2010 murder conviction isn&#39;t supported by the court record, Assistant District Attorney Will Zickl is arguing in an answering affidavit&nbsp;released Friday.</p> <p>Doll&#39;s attorney,&nbsp;Timothy Murphy, argued in his motion that investigators didn&#39;t have probable cause to detain Doll after he was found in blood-soaked overalls on North Lake Road, Pembroke, the night of Feb. 19, 2009.</p> <p>Doll was convicted by a jury of murder for beating to death&nbsp;Joseph Benaquist, a former coworker of Doll&#39;s and occasional partner in a used car business, at the victim&#39;s home in Pembroke.</p> <p>He is serving a 15-years-to-life sentence in State Prison.</p> <p>The failure of Doll&#39;s defense team -- Paul Cambria and Daniel Killilea -- to raise the issue of the detention constitutes&nbsp;insufficient legal representation, Murphy argues.</p> <p>Zickl&nbsp;counters that Murphy fails to establish a factual basis for his motion. He argues that at the trial court level, the defendant challenged the legality of his detention, including his transport to the Genesee County Sheriff&#39;s Office, in his motion to suppress statements Doll made to investigators.</p> <p>Doll has already lost an appeal on the legality of his being questioned without being read his rights.</p> <p>An appeals court found that questioning Doll was legal under what&#39;s known as the &quot;emergency doctrine.&quot; Since investigators had reason to believe a person may be injured and in immediate need of assistance if located, they need not advise Doll of his right to remain silent.</p> <p>Zickl argues that Doll received a vigorous and well-crafted defense during all phases of the case.</p> <p>&quot;A cohesive and closely tailored theory of the Defendant&#39;s innocence was cogently presented to the jury by the defense team,&quot; Zickl&nbsp;writes.</p> <p>Zickl asks that since the record is so clear, Doll&#39;s motion be denied without a hearing.</p> <p>As for Doll&#39;s motion for further DNA testing, Zickl argues that further testing won&#39;t produce different results.</p> <p>&quot;A central premise of the Defendant&#39;s motion is that the victim and the perpetrator were involved in a &#39;struggle&#39; and as a result it is likely that genetic material would be found underneath the victim&#39;s fingernails or on his clothes,&quot; Zickl writes.</p> <p>&quot;This theory is not supported in the record. In fact, the record is more consistent with a theory of an ambush and rapid incapacitation of the victim by the Defendant.</p> <p>&quot;Even assuming, <em>arguendo</em> (for the sake of argument), that the requested genetic testing had produced a profile other than the Defendant&#39;s, it would not explain or diminish the overwhelming evidence of the Defendant&#39;s guilt, such as the volume, distribution and appearance of the victim&#39;s blood on his person, his clothes and his vehicle.&quot;</p> <p>Noonan will rule on the motions at a later date.</p> <p>For previous Scott Doll coverage, <a href="" target="_blank">click here</a>.</p> crime pembroke scott doll Mon, 23 Feb 2015 18:48:30 +0000 Howard B. Owens 46763 at Two people seriously injured in Bethany accident remain in ICU <p>Two of the people seriously injured in a weekend accident that took the life of a young Pembroke woman remain in guarded condition at Strong Memorial Hospital.</p> <p>Details of the injuries to Brandon Danser, 21, of Batavia, and Jamie Scherer, 21, of Pembroke, are not available.</p> <p>Strong lists all patients in the Intensive Care Unit as &quot;guarded.&quot;</p> <p>Both were passengers in a vehicle early Saturday morning that was northbound off of Molasses Hill Road, Bethany, when it was struck by an eastbound semi-truck on Route 20.</p> <p>Alyson D. Krzanak, 18, of Pembroke, later succumbed to injuries sustained in the accident.</p> <p>The vehicle was reportedly driven by Hannah Dibble, 21, of Pembroke, who was transported by Mercy EMS to ECMC and treated and released.</p> <p>Felicia Fazzio, 20, of Darien, was transported by Mercy EMS to ECMC. She was listed in stable condition, but today a patient information operator at ECMC refused to release information on her condition, other than to confirm she hasn&#39;t been released.</p> <p>Gabrielle Uzarowski, 21, of Pembroke, was treated at the scene and released.</p> <p>The driver of the truck, Leonard Odums, of Cutburt, Ga., was not injured.</p> <p>The accident remains under investigation.</p> batavia accident Bethany corfu pembroke Mon, 23 Feb 2015 18:12:27 +0000 Howard B. Owens 46762 at Accident with injuries reported in East Pembroke <p>A motor-vehicle accident with injuries is reported in the area of 2486 Main Road, East Pembroke.</p> <p>East Pembroke fire and Mercy EMS dispatched.</p> <p>UPDATE 11:53 p.m.: We&#39;ve heard no updates on this accident.&nbsp;</p> accident east pembroke pembroke Sun, 22 Feb 2015 04:19:58 +0000 Howard B. Owens 46756 at Victim of accident in Bethany succumbs to injuries <p><img alt="" src="/files/users/60/2015-1/10734041_967337309962572_1128153530113247470_n_0.jpg" style="margin: 7px; float: right;" />An 18-year-old Pembroke resident and student at GCC, has died as a result of injuries she sustained in an <a href="" target="_blank">overnight accident in Bethany</a>, the Sheriff&#39;s Office announced.</p> <p>Alyson D. Krzanak, who listed her employment on her Facebook page as GCCA Child Care Center and JCPenney, was flown by Mercy Flight to ECMC following the early morning accident at Route 20 and Molasses Hill Road, and was initially listed in critical condition.</p> <p>The Sheriff&#39;s Office release does not list a time of death.</p> <p>Krzanak was one of six people in a 1997 Geo Prism that was northbound on Molasses Hill Road when it crossed Route 20 and was struck by an eastbound tractor-trailer.</p> <p>The vehicle was reportedly driven by Hannah Dibble, 21, of Pembroke, who was transported by Mercy EMS to ECMC and treated and released.</p> <p>Also injured were Brandon Danser, 21, of Batavia, who was taken by Mercy Flight to U of R Medical Center and is listed in guarded condition.</p> <p>Jamie Scherer, 21, of Pembroke, was transported by Attica Ambulance to WCCH and then transferred to U of R by Mercy Flight, and he is in guarded condition.</p> <p>Gabrielle Uzarowski, 21, of Pembroke, was treated at the scene and released. Felicia Fazzio, 20, of Darien, was transported by Mercy EMS to ECMC and is in stable condition.</p> <p>The driver of the truck, Leonard Odums, of Cutburt, Ga., was not injured.</p> <p>The accident remains under investigation. The Crash Management Team responded to the scene.</p> <p>Assisting the Sheriff&#39;s Officer were State Police, Bethany, Alexander, Attica, and Pavilion volunteer fire departments along with the Genesee County Emergency Management Office.</p> Bethany corfu pembroke Sat, 21 Feb 2015 22:32:49 +0000 Howard B. Owens 46755 at Car crash on westbound Thruway, unknown injuries <p>A car is on its roof on the westbound Thruway at mile marker 400. It&#39;s in the median. Unknown injuries. Pembroke and Indian Falls fire and Mercy medics are responding.</p> <p>UPDATE 7:03 a.m.: A fire chief on scene reports everyone is out of the vehicle. But there&#39;s a language barrier and so the issue of whether there are injuries remains unclear.</p> <p>UPDATE 7:08 a.m.: A responder on scene reports the location is actually between mile markers 401 and 402.</p> <p>UPDATE 7:32 a.m.: The location is mile marker 401.8. The assignment is back in service.</p> accidents indian falls pembroke Fri, 20 Feb 2015 12:02:13 +0000 Billie Owens 46729 at Heavy snow on mobile home roof in Pembroke causing it to sag <p>The roof of a mobile home on North Lake Road in Pembroke is bowing due to heavy snow on top and the ceiling is creaking, according to a caller to dispatch. The location is Lot #16 inside Antone&#39;s Mobile Home Park at 8427 North Lake Road.</p> <p>Pembroke and Indian Falls fire are responding along with mutual aid from Darien. Heavy equipment, including hydraulic jacks, are requested to the scene.</p> <p>UPDATE 8:52 p.m.: The assignment is back in service.</p> pembroke Wed, 18 Feb 2015 00:47:15 +0000 Billie Owens 46674 at DWI charge in fatal Thruway accident in Pembroke <table align="right" border="0" cellpadding="0" cellspacing="0"> <tbody> <tr> <td> <img alt="" src="/files/users/60/2015-1/jermaine_vann.jpeg" /></td> </tr> <tr> <td> <em>Jermaine Vann</em></td> </tr> </tbody> </table> <p>One person is dead and a Rochester resident is being charged with DWI after the car he was driving early this morning slammed into the back of a Thruway&nbsp;Authority snowplow near mile marker 404 in the eastbound lane.</p> <p>The accident was reported at 3:44 a.m.</p> <p>Killed in the crash was Milagro Lopez-Cruz, 33, of Rochester, who was a passenger in a vehicle driven by Jermaine A. Vann, 34, of Rochester.</p> <p>Vann&#39;s small car was eastbound behind the snow plow when his car rear-ended the plow.</p> <p>He was charged with DWI, aggravated unlicensed operator, 3rd, following too closely and speed not reasonable nor prudent for conditions.</p> <p>He suffered non-life-threatening injuries and was treated and released at ECMC.&nbsp;</p> <p>(<a href="" target="_blank">Initial Report</a>)</p> accident pembroke thruway Fri, 13 Feb 2015 18:53:22 +0000 Howard B. Owens 46632 at Serious injury accident reported on Thruway <p>An accident with possible serious injuries is reported on the Thruway in the area of mile marker 404.&nbsp;</p> <p>The call came from a tollbooth operator.&nbsp;</p> <p>A Thruway vehicle is involved; the injury is in the second vehicle.&nbsp;</p> <p>Pembroke and Indian Falls fire along with Mercy EMS responding.&nbsp;</p> <p>UPDATE 3:58 a.m.: Mercy Flight out of Batavia is only available for eastbound flights at this time. Dispatch on availability of Mercy Flight out of Buffalo.&nbsp;</p> <p>UPDATE 4:09 a.m.: All eastbound traffic being blocked. CPR in progress.&nbsp;</p> <p>UPDATE 4:18 a.m.: Mercy Flight can stand down.&nbsp;</p> <p>UPDATE 5:50 a.m.: We have no further information at this time. The accident is under investigation, according to State Police.</p> pembroke thruway Fri, 13 Feb 2015 08:57:21 +0000 Howard B. Owens 46628 at