For more than 17 months, Adam Schneider has argued that a drunken driving charge against him should be dismissed because arrested deputies mistook his cognitive disabilities for intoxication.
LEWISTON — A Niagara County grand jury is expected to begin hearing evidence in the case of a Lewiston teen already charged with multiple counts of rape and sexual abuse tied to parties that took place in a Mountain View Drive home.
LOCKPORT — A hearing in the case of a Lockport teen, charged in the stabbing death of another teenager, was delayed Monday morning as a Niagara County Court judge was considering a motion to replace the murder count facing D'vonne Clark with the lesser charge of first-degree manslaughter.
BUFFALO — Police in Buffalo say the mother of a baby found inside a stolen car will face charges alongside the 15-year-old boy and 18-year-old accused of stealing the vehicle.
NEW YORK — The man who was once one of Buffalo’s biggest builders will face a federal judge in New York this afternoon with a possible 20-year prison term hanging in the balance.
ORCHARD PARK — Authorities in western New York are seeking the public's help in finding the driver of a pickup truck that struck a sheriff's deputy after last Sunday's Buffalo Bills game, leaving him with a serious arm injury.
NIAGARA FALLS — A 33-year-old Falls man was charged with making a terroristic threat and second-degree criminal impersonation on Thursday following an investigation into a post he made on Facebook.
BUFFALO — A Falls man, already convicted of being a pimp, and currently facing charges of sex trafficking a minor, will stand trial in federal court in Buffalo later this month.
WAYNE, N.J. — Authorities say a pro football fan charged with drunken driving after a crash told police he drank too much because his favorite team isn't any good.
A 53-year-old man was charged on Tuesday afternoon in connection with the attempted burglary of a Lockport restaurant, Niagara County Sheriff James Voutour announced.
BUFFALO — Stephanie Costanzo was released from custody at the Cattaraugus County Jail on Friday, but the former Falls cop will be heading to her parent's home in the Falls with a lengthy list of restrictions that a federal court judge called her "last chance" to avoid time in prison.
Students were dismissed from Lockport High School early Wednesday as part of what district officials described in a message to parents as a "precautionary measure."
This Week's Circulars
- Clark murder case delayed
- Deal reached in DiFilippo case
- Grand jury to review allegations of rape, sexual abuse at Lewiston 'party house'
- Alderman-at-large slams police chief search, friction between mayor and mayor-elect
- West Herr group acquires Lockport's Mullane Motors
- Police board delays selection of next Lockport police chief
- Elmwood Avenue garage fire deemed 'suspicious'
- Police reports for Dec. 5
- Judge: Ciminelli sentence meant to send message
- Sheriff's deputy, NCCC student recognized for life-saving work