Depetris sentenced to 25 years
Timothy Depetris was sentenced to 25 years in prison Monday morning.
- City and Matteo Anello return to court next month Lawyers for the City of Niagara Falls and Matteo Anello are now scheduled to meet at the end of July, presumably to set a final date for trail on federal civil rights claims.
- John Gross associate Walter Weiss is sentenced in fake bid scheme. An associate of Falls plumbing contractor John Gross will spend the next year on probation for his guilty plea to conspiring to make a false statement in a federal Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) transaction.
- Judge rules detectives acted properly in stopping wheelchair-bound suspect A Niagara County Court judge has ruled that Falls Police narcotics detectives had the right to stop a wheelchair bound drug dealer, and seize the crack cocaine he had on his lap.
- Falls man who shot mother, sons hires Buffalo-based defense attorney A Falls man, charged in the shooting of three people on a Saturday afternoon at the corner of 19th Street and Ferry Avenue, has apparently found himself a lawyer.
- Home confinement ordered for mortgage fraud schemer A Pendleton man has been ordered to pay more than $330,000 restitution to the bank that he defrauded, the U.S. Attorney's office announced Thursday.
- Judge refuses to allow Timothy Depetris to reverse plea deal Timothy Depetris will not get another day in court, other than his sentencing for pleading guilty to the attempted murder of his brother-in-law.
- Falls man faces jail for probation violation in fake marijuana rape case A Falls man, 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.
Niagara County magistrate convicted of DWAI for April 23 Robert Moses crash
Just eight weeks after his arrest, following a head-on crash on the Robert Moses Parkway, a Niagara County Family Court support magistrate has been convicted of driving while his ability was impaired by alcohol and failure to keep right.
North Tonawanda man pleads guilty to embezzling from elderly aunt
A North Tonawanda man faces a maximum of 15 years in state prison after pleading guilty Monday to second-degree grand larceny in state Supreme Court after prosecutors said he embezzled $215,000 from an elderly relative.
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