Bills Prep for London, Arrest in Teen Hit and Run, Conviction in Motorcycle Killings + More in Buffalo’s Daily Headlines
A man was sentenced in killing two men in a motorcycle club, a vehicle crashed into several buffalo homes, an arrest was mad in a hit and run involving a teenager and the Bills are busy preparing for London in today's Buffalo headlines via 24/7 News Source.
Man Sentenced In Kingsmen Motorcycle Club Killings
A man was apparently convicted of killing two members of the Kingsmen Motorcycle Club in North Tonawanda is going to prison, 24/7 News Source reports. Andre Jenkins was reportedly sentenced to life in prison without parole yesterday.
He apparently shot and killed two men as they sat in a car behind the Kingsmen Motorcycle Clubhouse in September 2014, WIVB reports. The mother of one of the victims spoke with WGRZ about her son and Jenkins.
Vehicle Crashes Into Several Homes And Vehicles In Buffalo
(Buffalo, NY) -- A man is in police custody after crashing his vehicle into several homes and cars inBuffalo. Authorities say the incident happened yesterday afternoon on Zittel Street. Charges are pending.
>>Arrest Made In Cattaraugus County Hit-And-Run
(Cattaraugus County, NY) -- An arrest is made in connection with a hit-and-run accident in Cattaraugus County earlier this week. New York State Police say John Noto was charged with leaving the scene of a personal injury accident after he allegedly hit a 15-year-old child on Delevan-Elton Road in the Town of Yorkshire. Authorities say Noto initially stopped but then left the scene. The child suffered non-life-threatening injuries.
>>Bills Prepare For Jaguars In London
(Undated) -- The Buffalo Bills are in London this week, preparing to take on the Jacksonville Jaguars this Sunday. BuffaloBills.com reports cornerback Leodis McKelvin returned to practice yesterday but was limited and remains on the Reserve/Non-Football injury list. The game kicks off at 9:30 a.m. Sunday.
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