Man who crossed lower Niagara River in kayak to escape prosecution gets more jail time
Another state prison term has been handed down to a New Jersey man who fled to Canada across the lower Niagara River just before he was due to be sentenced for stealing from his neighbors after Tropical Storm Irene.
- Lewiston embezzlement case delayed State Police investigators are looking for a little more time to determine exactly how much cash the former office manager of a Lewiston doctor's office took.
- Niagara Falls shooting suspect charged again The man charged in a wild 19th Street shooting, has been indicted on drug charges as well.
- Niagara Community Center's future on hold A hearing on what to do with an abandoned North End community center is on hold until September.
- Lowman back in prison|Man sentenced to year for probation violation A Falls man who had been serving 10 years probation for his guilty plea of attempted rape of a teenager while she was under the effect of synthetic marijuana, will now be spending a year behind bars.
- Man caught at border in skimming case takes plea A man caught at a local bridge with gift cards altered with credit card numbers imbedded in them took a plea offer in the case.
Steve Richards chokes up, apologizes during sentencing in public corruption case
Former Town of Niagara Supervisor Steve Richards told a State Supreme Court justice he was sorry for his actions while he as in office.
Steve Richards apologizes for actions before sentencing
Former Town of Niagara Supervisor Steve Richards was sentenced as expected Tuesday to three years of probation, ending a long-running joint investigation into public corruption by state and federal investigators.
- Richards sentencing wraps up public corruption probe Former Town of Niagara Supervisor Steve Richards will be sentenced to three years of probation later today in the last act of a long-running joint state and federal investigation of public corruption in the town.
Maximum sentence handed down to businessman accused of trying to kill brother-in-law
His victim asked for "the max."
And that's just what a Niagara County Court judge handed down to Timothy Depetris.
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- Man who crossed lower Niagara River in kayak to escape prosecution gets more jail time