Police called to NCCC for stabbing, robbing


CAMBRIA, N.Y. (WIVB) — Niagara County Sheriff’s Deputies responded to Niagara County Community College’s student housing to address a possible stabbing. They left with three men in cuffs, but say they weren’t arrested for the stabbing.

Police say they originally responded to address the stabbing, but found the fight happened as retribution for a robbery and attack which happened to an individual not involved in the fight that occurred earlier in the evening.

None of the subjects involved in the fight, including two who were cut by knives, were willing to talk to police, and Sheriff’s Deputies said they were uncooperative with the specific details on the fight.

With what little information they had, police pursued the victim of the robbery, and eventually found him. The victim told Sheriff’s Deputies three males entered his dorm room and attacked him, stealing $200 before leaving.

His information led deputies to arrest Devonte M. Mull, 22, Norman Fullenwieder, 18, and Rodney D. Scales, 21. Each are Buffalo residents who are currently in Niagara County Jail after being charged with second degree robbery. They’re being held on $10,000 bail.

Mull, Scales and Fullenwieder will return to Town of Cambria Court on Dec. 9.

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