>Credit card, checkbook gone after woman visits
A Delaware Avenue man -- who brought a woman home from the bar -- woke up to find that the woman was gone and so were his credit card and checkbook, police reported.
The 34-year-old man told Central District police Tuesday that he met the woman over the weekend in Bada Bing Bar and Grill, West Chippewa Street, near Delaware Avenue.
He brought the woman back to his apartment in the 200 block of Delaware, but when he awoke he discovered that his debit card and credit card, which were inside his wallet, were stolen, and so was his checkbook, officers reported.
Police said the grand larceny happened sometime between 4 p.m. Saturday and 11 a.m. Sunday.
>Woman, brother stabbed; another woman arrested
A stabbing late Tuesday in the city's Riverside section left one young woman hospitalized in fair condition today and another charged with attempted murder, Buffalo police said.
During the attack, the victim's 14-year-old brother also was stabbed once while trying to defend his sister, according to police reports.
Christina Paravalos, 20, of Calumet Place, was listed in stable and fair condition today in Erie County Medical Center. She was stabbed several times in the neck and body, according to Buffalo police spokesman Michael J. DeGeorge.
Her brother, Justin, was struck once in the chest after coming to his sister's aid. He was treated at Women and Children's Hospital, where his condition was not believed to be life threatening. The attack occurred shortly before 10:45 p.m. at Calumet Place and Garfield Street.
Jessica A. Hudson, 18, of Niagara Street, was charged with attempted murder, first-degree assault, endangering the welfare of a child and criminal possession of a weapon. She also was taken to ECMC, where she was treated in the emergency room.
Detectives still are looking for the motive in the attack.