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Nyejay, Beyer, and Turello

First and best, is news from friends of this site, both Buffalo City Police Officers. Captain Amber Beyer does the ‘Serve’ in the motto “Protect and Serve” at the highest professional level. From Buffalo PD:

“Our Behavioral Health and CIT Team does not only handle individuals experiencing a mental heath crisis but also lends a helping hand when someone is having bicycle trouble. Today BPD members noticed this young man trying to get to school on his bicycle after his pedal had fallen off. He was looking for an object to shove in the socket as a substitute so he could get on his way. Captain Beyer gave him a ride to school and told him she would try to get his bike fixed, knowing there was many officers always willing to assist. The department was able to surprise Nyejay with a brand new bike and CIT Lieutenant Turello from the D-district provided a lock when he was released from school. Lieutenant Exum of the E-district is going to repair his old bicycle to give to one of Nyejay’s family members. It was a pleasure to put a smile on this mans face, who was determined to get to school no matter what.”


Researchers from Cornell University netted a huge sturgeon in Onieda Lake! Read all about it


An Irondequoit woman was found dead and dismembered. Her boyfriend, pictured here, has fled NY and authorities are actively searching for him. Read the Full Story


NY City is coming back to life! Perhaps the hardest hit city in on the planet seems ready for a rebirth as restrictions are lifted. Read the Wash Post Story


Former kingpin in NY politics has been moved out of state for the remainder of this jail sentence for taking bribes and other corrupt acts. Read More


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