>Three more in Falls, Ont., arrested in drug crackdown
NIAGARA FALLS, Ont. -- A crackdown on street-level drug traffickers continued over the weekend with the arrest of three Niagara Falls residents Saturday. The drug-fighting initiative has netted 31 arrests in the past 17 days.
The No. 2 District Street Crime Unit, assisted by uniformed officers, is conducting the "zero tolerance" blitz.
Facing various narcotic counts are Rene Welsh, 50, and Lynn Welsh, 54, both of the same Ellis Street address, and Barry Welsh, 52, of Drummond Road.
>Woman, 20, is charged in Brant home burglary
A 20-year-old Brant woman was arrested over the weekend by Erie County sheriff's deputies who followed footprints from a residence where $200 in silver coins and several CDs had been stolen.
Deputies Scott Joslyn and Joel Schenfield said the home on Brant-Farnham Road had been entered by breaking the front window Saturday night. Footprints leading to another house led to the arrest of Teresa J. Kobel of Southwestern Boulevard, they said.
She was charged with second-degree burglary and criminal mischief.