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>Student admits selling hydrocodone at school

SANBORN -- A student was suspended after being charged with selling prescription hydrocodone pills at the Orleans-Niagara Board of Cooperative Educational Services on Thursday morning.

The boy was found at 7:30 a.m. by Principal Nicholas Mis with 12 pills. The boy told the principal and Niagara County Drug Task Force investigators that the pills were his father's and he had been selling them at school.

The boy, who was not identified by authorities, was suspended from school and released to the custody of his father.


>3 break-ins at home bring man prison term

LOCKPORT -- Lemuel L. Hardy Jr., 19, of Adam Street, was sentenced to three years in prison Thursday for breaking into a Cave Street home three times in as many nights.
Niagara County Judge Sara Sheldon Sperrazza imposed the sentence on Hardy's guilty plea to a reduced charge of attempted second-degree burglary. She also ordered him to pay $2,119 in restitution to the homeowner. The burglaries occurred Sept. 26, 27 and 28.
In another burglary case, a Buffalo man was indicted Thursday in connection with an Oct. 27 break-in at a men's clothing store in Niagara Falls.
Jonathan K. Warren, 31, of Delaware Street, is charged with third-degree burglary and second-degree criminal mischief. He allegedly peeled back the roof of Ben's Fashions, 1315 Pine Ave. Police responding to a burglar alarm about 3:30 a.m. said they found Warren hiding in a pile of clothes.

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