Dunkirk resident shot, wounded on Moffat Street
DUNKIRK -- One person was being treated Friday in Brooks Memorial Hospital after being shot on Moffat Street, Dunkirk police reported.
Police and emergency crews had converged on the scene shortly after noon. The name of the victim, a Dunkirk resident, was not released.
Police provided no further information about the shooting.
12-year term imposed in robbery of deliveryman
A Riley Street man with a lengthy criminal record was sentenced Friday to 12 years in state prison.
Samuel Wynn, 38, was convicted earlier this month of second-degree robbery in the armed robbery of a pizza deliveryman Aug. 30, 2005, down the block from his home.
Prosecutors had considered recommending a life term for Wynn as a persistent violent felon, but that wasn't pursued.
Erie County Judge Timothy J. Drury, however, listed Wynn's run-ins with the law before sentencing him.
Between 1993 and 2002, Wynn was arrested on charges of criminal possession of a weapon, misdemeanor assault and criminal possession of stolen property.
He violated his probation or parole four times.