Dale’s Briefs – Monday November 14th
Cheektowaga police are looking for suspects in a weekend home invasion that left one man dead. 37-year old Armod Law was shot and killed by men who broke into his home on West Grand Boulevard early Sunday morning. Two other people in the house were not hurt.
Buffalo homicide detectives are investigating the death of a 14-year old boy. He was found on the second floor of an apartment on West Lane near Ontario Street in Riverside yesterday afternoon.
A Hamburg man is in critical condition after his car struck a pole on Legion Drive near Camp Road. 42-year old Michael Insalaco is hospitalized at ECMC.
Former Sabres owner and Adelphia Communications founder John Rigas and his son Timothy have been moved from a federal prison in North Carolina to one in central Pennysylvania. It moves them closer to the federal court where their federal tax fraud case will be heard.
After a year in Afghanistan, 15 local reservists are back home after returning to the Niagara Falls Air Reserve station. The 1982nd Forward Surgical Team has been providing surgical care to some of the most severely injured soldiers.
The Sabres will be without goaltender Ryan Miller for a while. He suffered a concussion from that hit in the Bruins game on Saturday night. So for the near future Jonas Enroth will be in goal while the Sabres call up a goaltender from Rochester as a back-up.