TOWN OF HOLLAND, N.Y. (WIVB) — Less than three weeks after a woman was killed by a mistaken hunter in Chautauqua County, another hunter is facing criminal charges, this time after allegedly shooting a home in the town of Holland. The sheriff’s office is warning residents again, after what they describe as a case of reckless hunting, that could have killed a local teenager. Tod King was outside spraying down his truck when he got a call from his daughter, who was in the kitchen upstairs.
BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) — For the second time this year, Steve Pigeon told a judge he’s not guilty setting up a fake political committee in order to get around campaign finance rules. But the state attorney general — and now an Erie County grand jury — said the former chairman of the Erie County Democratic Committee used his committee to dump tens of thousands of dollars into the elections of two local politicians.
BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) — Attorneys for the family of Richard Metcalf, Jr. were hopeful and positive in February, when an Erie County Supreme Court Judge decided the investigation of the 35-year-old’s death should be reopened. But they and family of the Depew man also expected a decision to be handed down sometime within the past 10 months. Instead, the matter rests in the hands of Cattaraugus County District Attorney Lori Rieman — without any sign of a decision being near.
Lukas Cetkovic, 23, of West Seneca, charged w/ reckless endangerment, reckless endangerment of property, for allegedly firing a bullet into a town of Holland home while hunting. @news4buffalohttps://t.co/jNTH9wa976
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Selecting a term
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