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2014/08/21 00:33
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A former Buffalo resident now living in Atlanta, Georgia, today was spared additional jail time by Chief U.S. District Court Judge William M. Skretny on her conspiracy conviction linked to Buffalo to...
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2014/08/18 22:33
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A Buffalo man convicted of selling counterfeit currency was sentenced Monday to time served and three months home confinement by Chief U.S. District Judge William M. Skretny. Novel Rogers, 26,...
2014/08/18 19:17
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The public may get a chance after all to see secret-until-now documents on progress at the Erie County Holding Center. A federal appeals court ruled today that Erie County must unseal reports on jail...
2014/08/14 21:03
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A Town of Tonawanda man was sentenced this week by Chief U.S. District Judge William M. Skretny to a year in prison. Dennis Henneman, 75, had previously been convicted of possession of child...
2014/08/14 01:03
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Richard T. Sullivan doesn’t often use the word “perfect,” but that’s the lofty characterization he chose Wednesday when asked about his old friend and new candidate for federal judge. To hear...
2014/08/13 00:33
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A federal court jury found a Williamsville man guilty Tuesday of tax evasion. Carlo J. Marinello II, 68, will face up to three years in prison because of his conviction for obstructing Internal...
2014/08/06 19:03
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Bernard Grucza added an 18-month federal prison sentence to his criminal record today. Grucza, the former Toys R Us executive who admitted killing a co-worker, was sentenced by Chief U.S. District...
2014/08/05 23:33
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Side jobs are common among Buffalo police officers, but Jorge I. Melendez had a unique one. He grew marijuana. Melendez, a four-year veteran of the department, admitted Tuesday to running a...
2014/08/05 00:03
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In late April of 2009, a top aide to Mayor Byron W. Brown wrote an email updating his boss on a $12 million East Side housing project. The aide told Brown that the project was ready for Common...
2014/07/31 23:03
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Tonawanda Coke Corp. and Kirchner LLC, which provides temporary workers, face $161,100 in potential fines from the federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration over 17 alleged safety...
2014/07/30 21:33
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A former mail carrier convicted of destroying mail was spared prison time Wednesday. Daniel Brautlacht, 20, of Cheektowaga, was sentenced to time served by Chief U.S. District Court Judge William M....
2014/07/30 20:33
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A retired Buffalo police officer will spend 10 months confined to his home as punishment for his mail fraud conviction. Johnnie Fritz, of Buffalo, was sentenced Wednesday by Chief U.S. District Judge...
2014/07/24 23:33
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Antwan Green, 32, the last of the five members of a Buffalo check-kiting gang facing trial linked to the $367,000 in losses the group inflicted on local banks, pleaded guilty Thursday before U.S....
2014/07/24 00:33
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As a Buffalo police officer, James Hamilton Sr. was caught in November selling a quarter-pound of his homegrown marijuana to an informant. He pleaded guilty three months later in a deal that would...
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She was America’s youngest First Lady ever, and one of its most glamorous. In her day, she was as popular and as widely admired throughout the nation as Jackie Kennedy was in the 1960s, or Michelle...
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