The damage was discovered about 12:30 a.m., city police said.
The brick put a hole in the outer-most window at the office at 1910 Pine Ave., but did not damage a second interior window, police reported. A piece of broken brick believed to have caused the damage was found at the scene.
I've driven by Slaughter's office. It's in such a bad part of Niagara Falls, the person who threw the brick might not have even known who she is much less her stance on health care. This section of Niagara Falls makes Seneca St. look like Rodeo Drive.
Surveillance footage taken at the scene, appear to resemble the guy on the right (with the nerdy glasses) in this picture. Detectives located an Elmer Fudd style cap and a large bottle of red hair dye in front of the building, which they are labeling as evidence in the criminal investigation...