Three arrests following armed robbery at Niagara Falls hotel over the weekend
Three arrests have been made in connection to an armed robbery in Niagara Falls.
Police were called to a hotel in the area of Lundy's Lane and Kalar Road on Sunday.
The investigation determined that a male victim had been approached by two people one who was armed with a knife.
The pair demanded and was given money from the victim.
Officers located the pair along with a third male who was in possession of the victim's property in a hotel room where they were arrested.
49 year old Melinda Justine Bell of Niagara Falls, 50 year old Michael David Copeland and 45 year old Timothy William Morin - all of Niagara Falls- are facing charges.
The victim was not hurt.
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