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Troopers: Pair made videos of Springbrook residents

Two former Springbrook employees were arrested on felony charges of unlawful surveillance and endangerment after allegedly recording residents without their knowledge. Julianne C. Carbone, 22, was arrested on March 20 and Sharon A. McDowall, 20, was arrested on March 19, following an investigation b

DAILY STAR - 2018-03-23 23:56:24

Four Arrested For Manufacturing Methamphetamine in Unadilla

Four people from the Town of Unadilla were arrested Friday for manufacturing methamphetamine after a week-long investigation. New York State Police in Sidney, members from CNET Southern Tier, and SORT executed a search warrant at a home on SR-7 in Unadilla early Friday morning. Officers found and se

FOX 40 NEWS WICZ TV - 2018-03-24 22:23:00

Man accused of Walmart thefts

A Utica man remained jailed Friday on grand larceny and other charges stemming from thefts from the Oneonta Walmart, according to the Otsego County authorities. Mark A. Russitano, 32, was charged Thursday, March 22, with fourth-degree grand larceny, petit larceny, fifth-degree conspiracy, sixth-deg

DAILY STAR - 2018-03-24 00:04:08

Meth and sawed-off shotgun found, four arrested in Unadilla bust

UNADILLA, N.Y. (WBNG) -- Troopers say four people are behind bars after a several weeks-long investigation by state police. A search warrant at a residence on State Route 7 in the town of Unadilla was executed by troopers, the New York State Police Community Emergency Response Team and Special Opera

WBNG-TV - 2018-03-23 23:04:00

Troopers: Unadilla quartet was making meth

Four town of Unadilla residents were charged with felonies Friday, accused of making methamphetamine in their trailer, state police at Sidney said. The four lived in a trailer park on state Route 7 and were arrested after execution of a search warrant early Friday morning following an investigation

DAILY STAR - 2018-03-24 00:37:39

Jeffersonville man arrested in Callicoon on felony DWI charge

TOWN OF CALLICOON - A traffic stop on Route 52 in the hamlet of Youngsville early Saturday led to the arrest of a Jeffersonville man on a felony DWI charge, state police said. State police at the Liberty Barracks said troopers pulled over a tan Mercury Sable shortly before 1 a.m. Saturday after they

TIMES HERALD-RECORD - 2018-03-24 19:18:16

Local Principal Honored as Middle School Principal of the Year

Windsor Central Middle School Principal Kevin Strahley has been named Middle School Principal of the Year by the School Administrators Association of New York State. Students weren't quite sure why they were called to a morning assembly in the auditorium or why the school band learned how to play Mi

FOX 40 NEWS WICZ TV - 2018-03-23 01:22:00

Binghamton Man Charged With Grand Larceny

The Broome County Sheriff's Detective Division has arrested Nathaniel Awuah, 24-year-old male of the City of Binghamton, for Identity Theft and Grand Larceny. Awuah is accused possessing the credit card information belonging to another subject, without permission, and using the credit card informati

FOX 40 NEWS WICZ TV - 2018-03-23 17:40:00

Cocaine, mushrooms and $7K seized in Oneonta drug raid

There are several types of alcohol and drug-related violations in New York State. Here's what they mean, according to the New York State DMV. Maggie Gilroy / Staff video A search of an Oneonta residence turned up cocaine, hallucinogenic mushrooms and other drugs, according to state police. Benjamin


SUNY Oneonta names building for $5 million donor

Perna The State University College at Oneonta has received a $5 million donation from graduate Janet Perna, the largest amount ever given to the school by an alumna. The school's Science 1 building will be named the "Janet R. Perna Science Building" in recognition of the former IBM Software Group ex


Berfield pleads guilty to forgery, gets six months' house arrest

LOCK HAVEN - Beth Berfield, 52, of 361 Susquehanna Ave., pleaded guilty to felony forgery and was sentenced to serve six months' house arrest followed by 60 months' probation. Clinton County Judge Michael Salisbury took Berfield's plea and handed down the sentence in Clinton County Court on Wednesda

LOCKHAVEN EXPRESS - 2018-03-23 07:00:00

Police: Otego teen told girl to abscond

A 16-year-old from Otego has been charged with endangering the welfare of a child after he allegedly convinced a 12-year-old to run away from home. Julio Marsh helped the female child run away from her home in Unadilla to his residence, according to Otsego County Sheriff Richard Devlin. She was repo


More than 100 turn out for CSO job fair

Harry Morgan, left, SNAP/outreach coordinator for CSO, said the sponsoring organization for CSO Job Fair 2018 was pleased with the response by area residents and the 26 vendors who set up displays and offered information of employment opportunities to visitors. Shown in this photo is Morgan talking

NEWSITEM.COM - 2018-03-23 07:00:00

Conklin restaurant owner admits to failing to pay $59K in sales tax

CONKLIN (WBNG) -- A Conklin restaurant owner has admitted to larceny charges stemming from failing to properly file taxes, according to the state attorney general's office. According to Attorney General Eric Schneiderman, 52-year-old Robert Niederriter, who owned the Buffalo Head Bar and Grill in Co


Big Drug Bust on State Route 7 in Oneonta

An Oneonta man is facing a long list of felony charges after New York State Police and Oneonta Police searched a home on State Route 7 last March 15. 35 year old Benjamin Bockus is charged with seven felony counts of criminal possession of a controlled substance, felony criminal possession of mariju


Manager: Johnson City Toys R Us liquidation sale delayed

JOHNSON CITY (WBNG) -- The manager of the Toys R Us store in Johnson City says a liquidation sale will not begin Thursday as originally planned. John Fleming told 12 News Thursday morning that it's being pushed back because the store still needs court approval. According to Fleming, store officials


'I explode': Cheri Lindsey's killer was denied parole in 2017

Jean Lindsey of Binghamton talks about her family staying together after the murder of daughter Cheri. In the 34 years since Cheri was killed, the Lindsey family has stayed together; Jean and her husband David recently celebrated 50 years of marriage. Wochit Thirty-three years were spent behind bar


Snow Contrast in Our Area

The month of March and snowstorms have gone hand-in-hand in northeastern Pennsylvania this winter season. Winter, the season, has ended, but Mother Nature and snow have not quite gotten the message. "I think everyone is ready for winter to be over," said Andrew Pfahl of Clifford. Driving west on Int


Delhi salutes state basketball champs with parade

A cold Wednesday didn't stop Delhi residents from coming out in droves to celebrate its high school girls basketball team champions with a parade. On Sunday, Delaware Academy's Lady Bulldogs secured the school's first state championship title for basketball. The Class D team clinched the title with


Spring Binghamton Restaurant Week: Citrea Restaurant and Bar

BINGHAMTON, N.Y. - Binghamton Restaurant Week is an opportunity for a local eatery to feature some items off of its new menu. Citrea Restaurant and Bar, located along the river walk behind Boscov's, is offering a 3 course lunch for 12 dollars and a 3 course dinner for 25. It's offering a variety of