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Man shot in leg on East Delavan

BUFFALO, NY - Buffalo Police say they are looking for the suspect behind a shooting. A man was shot in the leg just after 11 a.m. Sunday on East Delavan Avenue.

The victim was taken to Erie County Medical Center, but information as to his name and condition has not been released at this time.

Buffalo Police search for shooting suspect

BUFFALO, NY - Buffalo Police are looking for the person who shot a man early Friday morning.

David Mitchell, 33, of Buffalo, was shot in the leg near Fillmore Avenue and Victoria Avenue around 1 a.m. He's currently listed in stable condition at Erie County Medical Center.

Anyone with information is asked to call or text the Confidential Tip Call Line at (716) 847-2255.

Man who shot teens convicted of second degree murder

BUFFALO, N.Y. -- A jury decided unanimously on Thursday afternoon that Joseph Gant is guilty of both second-degree murder and attempted murder.

Last August, Gant got involved in a fight on the city's East Side near a footbridge that crosses the 33. He pulled out a gun and fired indiscriminately toward a large group of teenagers and young adults who had been standing around to see the fight.

Gant killed a 14-year-old boy, injured his 13-year-old brother, and injured two other teenagers.

"One of those people was the defendant," said ADA Colleen Curtin Gable. "People who came forward were asked to look at the video of the fight and tell police in the early stages of the investigation if they recognized anyone from it, and several people pointed to the person in the Adidas jacket...and said 'That's the shooter, i don't know who he is, but that's the shooter.'"

Visa Issues Continue as Experts Try to Restore System

Visa Issues Continue as Experts Try to Restore System


As we reported last week, the Bureau of Consular Affairs continues to face technological issues with its visa systems. The Department of State (DOS) posted a statement yesterday that it endeavors to have the system fully reconnected this week. As of noon yesterday, 22 posts around the world have been reconnected. This represents approximately half of the global nonimmigrant visa volume. 

The agency stated that it has made good progress as it processes the large backlog of cases created by the system shutdown. Some posts were able to handle visa interviews as well as some visa printing by the end of last week. Several posts have also begun rescheduling visa appointments. 

Berardi Immigration Law Names Gabriella Agostinelli Associate Attorney

Berardi Immigration Law Names Gabriella Agostinelli Associate Attorney


Berardi Immigration Law is pleased to announce that Gabriella Agostinelli has been promoted to the position of Associate Attorney.

Agostinelli joined Berardi Immigration Law as a Law Clerk in 2014. She received her Juris Doctor from the SUNY Buffalo Law School in 2014 and Bachelor’s Degrees in International Business and International Relations from Canisius College in 2011. 

Murder suspect in court; new details emerge in case

BUFFALO, N.Y. -- Murder suspect Eric Dragone waived his right to a felony hearing Friday, and his case now goes to a grand jury.

Buffalo Police charged Dragone with second degree murder. After a fight at a bar, he's accused of getting into his truck, and using it as a weapon, trying to hit the person he was fighting with. Instead, officers say he hit Jason Hiscutt, described by a police source and his family as an innocent bystander.

After his brief court appearance Friday, his defense attorney Paul Dell said alcohol was a factor.

Buffalo man charged with murder; his truck the alleged weapon

BUFFALO, NY - A Buffalo man is charged with murder, accused of using his truck to run down the victim on a street corner in the Lovejoy neighborhood.

Buffalo Police homicide detectives say 44-year-old Jason Hiscutt was hit by a vehicle while standing at the corner of Reiman Street and Benzinger Street Saturday at about 3 a.m. He was rushed to Erie County Medical Center where he later died.

Eric Dragone, 26, of Buffalo, has been charged with murder in the second degree in connection with the incident, police said in a statement released Sunday afternoon.