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Skip the Dishes delivery ends with gunpoint robbery at Humboldt Park home
A man delivering food early Wednesday morning in the city's Humboldt Park neighborhood told police he was robbed at gunpoint, according to a Buffalo police report. The robbery happened at 1:30 a.m. on North Parade Avenue, east of Fillmore Avenue and just north of Martin Luther King Jr. Park. The rob
Police reports 11/2/18: Olean man charged with possessing meth again
Savion D. Shaffer, 20, of Olean but currently incarcerated in Cattaraugus County Jail, was charged Tuesday with fifth-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance and fifth-degree criminal sale of a controlled substance, both class D felonies.
Thieves strike Buffalo store selling Asian, Middle Eastern, African products
Thieves smashed through an exterior wall of a Buffalo corner store early Wednesday, breaking in to steal an assortment of merchandise inside and then two minivans parked outside, according to a police report.
Court reports 11/2/18: Allegany man sentenced to probation for sexual misconduct
Paul Parisi, 26, of Allegany, was sentenced to six years’ probation and three years’ probation for sexual misconduct and endangering the welfare of a child, both class A misdemeanors. The probation terms will run concurrent.
Former bus driver who molested children pleads guilty to violating sex offender registry rules
Alan A. Hamann, 74, of Warsaw pleaded guilty Wednesday in Wyoming County Court to failure to register as a sex offender as a class E felony, punishable by up to four years in prison.
New York sanctuary cities
In New York State there are eight areas that the center for immigration studies lists as Sanctuary cities.Sanctuary cities vary between states, but broadly, being a sanctuary city means illegal immigrants are processed locally and not turned over to federal authorities.This is a list of current sanc
Accident, alcohol and child in vehicle lead to jail for Perry man
Further investigation revealed driver Zachary W. Blackmon, 32, of Perry was intoxicated, police said. A breath test later allegedly revealed his blood alcohol content was twice the legal limit at 0.16 percent.
State police issue Halloween wanted poster: George C. Ghost; Crime? Harassment
HAUNTINGTON, N.Y. -- In the spirit of Halloween, New York state police issued a wanted poster today for an unusual, hard-to-catch criminal: George C. Ghost The 400-year-old ghost is accused of haunting homeowners at his previous residence in Hauntington, the state police poster says. Ghost specifica
Buffalo's Best Haunted Place: The Hinsdale House
HINSDALE, N.Y. (WIVB) - This week, for a special Halloween edition of Buffalo's Best, we're taking you to the place you voted as Buffalo's Best Haunted Place.
Please Vote for John Mannion, the AP Biology Teacher Who Could Flip Control of the New York State Senate
John Mannion, an AP biology teacher in Syracuse, isrunning for an open State Senate seatthat has been held by Republicans for half a century.
Big Lots grand opening set for Nov. 9
The store, which calls the largest storefront in Delaware Park Centre Plaza on North Union Street home, reopened Thursday and will see a grand reopening on Nov. 9, along with another store in the region.
2 utility workers killed inspecting power lines when New York helicopter crash
The helicopter, carrying four people, was flying between 65 and 80 feet off the ground as the utility crew worked on power lines. Suddenly, the aircraft became tangled in the wires and crashed.