Buffalo has seen four homicides so far in 2019.
Homicides – by definition – are the killing of one person by another person. Under the law, not every homicide is a crime.
On this page, The Buffalo News tracks deaths in Buffalo in which authorities have found the victim was killed by another person. The Buffalo Police Department's official homicide list, which it no longer publishes online and which may at times differ from The News' list, contains deaths the department classifies as criminal homicides.
Buffalo's homicide victims in 2019
- Frank Navaroli III, 27
- Darryal A. Aughtry, 30
- Gary Redd, 32
- Deron Allen, 17
- Buffalo's first homicide victim of 2019 died after throwing downtown party (Feb. 19, 2019)
- A deadly year in Buffalo as killings surge in 2018 (Feb. 4, 2019)
- Special Report: Buffalo's Danger Zone (June 9, 2017)