Dale’s Briefs – TSA Finds Knife On Passenger
TSA agents at Buffalo Niagara airport found a 9-inch ceramic knife in the pants pocket of a passenger heading on a flight to Atlanta on Wednesday. He was held off the flight. He was allowed to fly yesterday.
Police in Warsaw are investigating an assault by members of the Warsaw High School wrestling team last week on a teammate. It left the victim with a broken jaw. As a result the wrestling team coach has been suspended and the team will not compete in a tournament next week.
Area police are warning holiday shoppers, especially the elderly to be careful with their purses or wallets. Thieves are ready to strike anytime. The warning comes after two elderly women – one with a walker were robbed in Hamburg. Two hours later the credit card of one of the victims was used to make an expensive purchase in Niagara Falls. Hamburg police have made one arrest,
Fire officials in North Tonawanda say the cause of the fire that destroyed the landmark Elks lodge will be listed as undetermined. The first started somewhere in the vicinity of the newly installed boiler, but whether it had something to do with the installation, something electrical or the boiler itself, there was too much destruction to make a determination.
Here’s a story you don’t hear too often. National grid customers will see a rate cut next year. Residential customers will likely see a 6 percent drop. Some business customers could see an 11 percent cut.
Sunday’s Bills game against the Dolphins will not be televised locally. Some 7-thousand tickets were still unsold as of yesterday’s 1 o’clock deadline.