A drug bust in North Buffalo has nabbed five University at Buffalo students.
Buffalo narcotics detectives descended upon a house on West Northrup Street, collaring five 19 year-old students, while collecting drugs, guns and cash. All of those arrested face a variety of charges.
The investigation was assisted by efforts from US Postal Inspectors and Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
A state investigation has yielded two-dozen arrests in connection with two cocaine trafficking operations based in South Buffalo.
State Attorney General Eric Schneiderman says 24 individuals have been arrested on narcotics trafficking charges in an investigation dubbed "Operation Babcock." Babcock the South Buffalo neighborhood in which much of the activity was based.
The FBI has conducted another drug round-up in the city of Buffalo in an effort to stop the flow of drugs sold on the streets. 12-people in Buffalo were arrested drug trafficking Monday.
U.S. Attorney William Hochul says the drug suspects are charged with intent to distribute and distribution of cocaine.
Ten of those arrested are alleged to be members of a gang that operates near Buffalo's Broadway-Fillmore neighborhood known as the LRGP. That acronym stands for Lombard, Rother, Gibson and Playter Streets.