Three statues, with a combined value of more than $150,000, were recovered and Buffalo police say they arrested a Riverside man after he was caught selling the items at local metal scrapyards.
Cariol Horne, who was fired from the Buffalo Police Department nearly 13 years ago after she tried to stop a fellow Buffalo cop who she says was choking a man during an arrest, will get her pension.
Quentin Suttles pleaded guilty Tuesday morning for criminal possession of a weapon.
Buffalo police responded to "numerous" calls of people riding all-terrain vehicles and dirt bikes on Niagara Street on Saturday, in violation of city laws.
A 21-year-old Buffalo man is in serious condition at Erie County Medical Center after he was shot Saturday night.
The cause of the blaze is under investigation.
Officers found the man when they responded at 7:30 p.m. to a call about a person shot in the 100 block of Wakefield Avenue.
Buffalo police are investigating a fatal shooting that killed one man and injured another Saturday evening.
The legalization of adult use of cannabis in New York wiped out a whole category of laws related to possession and sales of marijuana.
According to the report, Ferry-Fillmore officers were called just after 3:30 a.m. to the scene in the 200 block of Strauss Street.
No charges have been filed against the male driver of the Dodge Charger that struck the Buffalo woman shortly before 11 p.m.
It will take effort to make police departments look like their communities, but there is no substitute for it.
Karen Healy-Case, who is running for Erie County sheriff, was involved in an accident in June 2001 when she was working for the Buffalo Police Department that resulted in a lawsuit against the city.
"As the country’s history shows, strong laws can make a difference," writes The News' Editorial Board.
I totally disagree with the claim of Martin Gugino toward the City and Buffalo police. Gugino tried to infiltrate a police line to create misc…
Jemal has inserted himself into virtually every major troubled real estate situation in the city and even its largest suburb.
The recommendations are part of the city's response to Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo's executive order requiring local governments to improve their police departments.
A 54-year-old Buffalo man is in stable condition after he was struck by gunfire just after 8:30 p.m. Saturday.
Detective John C. Garcia, now retired, wielded the battering ram in the raid eight years ago and played a central role in the course of events.
"Having social workers and mental health professionals accompany the police doesn’t change the fact that crime intervention is the wrong playbook," writes Victoria Ross.
"One of the things that I am most proud of is the way in which our city has responded to these most challenging times," the mayor said during his State of the City speech.
Mayor Byron Brown and Buffalo police on Monday took the rare step of debunking a false rumor about a purported serial killer.