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A “shots fired” call in downtown Buffalo late Saturday night ended in the arrest of a man involved in a domestic dispute.
Read the full story by Dan Herbeck and Lou Michel here.
The National Consumer Law Center calls Buffalo “an epicenter” of fraudulent debt collection activity.
Here are snapshots of some cases against debt collectors that the State Attorney General’s Office, Federal Trade Commission and other law enforcement agencies have pursued in the past decade.
An attorney for the family said he believes the lawsuit is the first of its kind in the state to confront the Covid-19 immunity.
A CVA lawsuit accuses the priests of providing an Orchard Park elementary school student with access to four girls and encouraging the children to participate in sexual acts.
The lawsuit is the latest chapter in a 10-year battle between Bill Woods and Avanti Mansion, the banquet hall that borders his backyard on West Highland Parkway.