WBLK Buffalo Local News Headlines: December 1, 2017
Here are your WBLK Buffalo Local News Headlines for December 1, 2017:
Teen Missing in Niagara County:
(Buffalo, NY) -- Buffalo police are investigating a juvenile kidnapping. "The Buffalo News" reports that a 15-year-old girl was taken from her bus stop at Jefferson Avenue and East Utica Street on Wednesday. Police think she was dragged into an alley and choked unconscious. The police report says she woke up with no memory of what happened afterwards. The suspect is described as a medium built white man with blonde hair and a long beard who may be driving a white van.
>>Charges For Hunter Who Police Say Killed A Woman Walking Her Dogs
(Sherman, NY) -- A Chautauqua County hunter is facing manslaughter charges for allegedly killing a woman he thought was a deer. Yesterday it was announced that a grand jury had charged Thomas Jadlowski with second-degree manslaughter for allegedly shooting Rosemary Billquist last week while walking her dogs. He posted bail and is due back in court late next month. Jadlowski faces up to 15-years in prison if convicted.
>>Sex Offender Going Back To Prison
(Niagara Falls, NY) -- A Niagara Falls sex offender is going back to prison for failing to register his status. Raymond Fox served two years in prison after he was convicted of sexually abusing three children in 1998. Yesterday he pleaded guilty to failing to register as a sex offender and was sentenced to one to three years in prison.
>>Niagara Falls Budget Cuts Cops
(Niagara Falls, NY) -- Niagara Falls is moving forward with a new budget that cuts the police force. Yesterday the city council approved the 2018 budget which includes a minor tax hike. The main cut to next year's budget was removing a number of positions from the police department. Four officers took early retirement incentive packages and plan to leave before the end of the year.
>>Hunter Found Dead IDd
(Royalton, NY) -- Niagara County deputies are identifying a hunter that was found dead in Royalton. He was identified as 69-year-old Stephen Harrington of Royalton. Deputies think he fell out of a tree stand Wednesday after suffering a medical emergency, but his death is still being investigated.
>>Reported Ramen And Peanut Butter Burglary
(Buffalo, NY) -- A strange burglary was reported in Buffalo this week. "The Buffalo News" reports that a man on Fox Street told police that Tuesday afternoon someone pushed into his apartment and rummaged through his stuff. Nothing meaningful was taken but the burglar appears to have eaten his Ramen noodles and a large amount of his peanut butter. No arrests have been made.