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Denny's customer arrested after allegedly slapping waitress' butt
On May 22, Clarence H. Locke Jr. arrived at Denny's in Rome with his wife around noon, sat down at one of staffer Jayme Adair’s tables, and ordered beverages,Newshubreports.
Arrested in murder of Utica woman
UTICA — A 32-year-old Utica man has been charged with manslaughter after a woman was killed on William Street.Police said the body of 49-year-old Cheri Saupp was found at a residence in the 600 block of William St. at about 6:30 a.m. Friday, May 18. Police said she suffered a severe injury to her he
Charged in pulling fire alarm at County Office Building
Sheriff’s deputies said Yamil Montalvo pulled the alarm at around 4 p.m. when there was no real emergency and because of the activation, all employees were evacuated. Utica Fire Department responded as a precaution. No injuries were reported during the incident, deputies said. The sheriff’s Criminal
Man caught in theft of $400 in Tide pods
State Police at Sylvan Beach said around 7:55 p.m., Bruce Joslyn, 34, loaded a shopping cart with the store’s entire supply of detergent pods, about $400 worth, and then made it out the back of the store on foot. He was apprehended a short time later with the cart.
Speeding car crashes into 3 others
Camillus Police Chief Tom Winn tells us a car was pulled over near Fairmount (the 3800 block of West Genesee St) just before 5am Saturday morning. As the officer was questioning the driver, he sped off. Because of the 'exxtremely high rate of speed' , the officer did not pursue the car.
SWAT team responds to shots fired call in the city of Syracuse
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Deputies: Man seriously hurt after fleeing from cops, crashing into cars in Solvay
SOLVAY, N.Y. -- A man was seriously injured early Saturday after he fled from a traffic stop and crashed into multiple parked cars in Solvay, deputies said.The incident started at 4:48 a.m. in the 3800 block of West Genesee Street.A Camillus police officer pulled over the driver of a 2010 Chevrolet
Restaurant regular faces up to year in jail for smacking waitress on bum
Waitress Jayme Adair, 23, reportedly told her manager - who then told 65-year-old Locke to leave.
Shooting Overnight in Utica sends man to hospital
UTICA--Breaking news this overnight...a man is in the hospital after he was shot on Pleasant Street in Utica around Midnight.The first calls came in for a shooting and an assault at 221 Pleasant Street at 12:01 this morning.When our crews got to that address the street was blocked off. Utica Police
Female officer injured by inmate at Mohawk Correctional Facility
According to NYSCOPBA, on May 12 the officer was conducting regular rounds in one of the dormitories when she approached two inmates who she believed were acting suspicious, and she saw that one of the inmates had a latex glove in his hand.
Utica man charged in homicide investigation
When the police arrived, emergency crews were helping 49-year-old Cheri Saupp, who was transported to a local hospital where she died.
Police: Utica man deposited stolen check, withdrew funds from CNY to NJ
A Utica man is facing felony charges after he allegedly deposited a stolen check worth more than $32,000 and used ATMs from the local area to New Jersey to withdraw the funds, according to the New Hartford Police Department.
FEATURED WARRANT: Deputies looking for woman with outstanding warrant
Top StoriesState Senate Judiciary Committee passes gun control billFEATURED WARRANT: Deputies looking for woman with outstanding warrantMemorial Day weekend travel expected to be busier than last yearDemocratic Congressional Candidate Anthony Brindisi holds town hallBINGHAMTON, N.Y. - The Broome Cou
He got off the bus in Binghamton with 217 bags of heroin. Police were waiting for him
Rashi Johnson, 30, from Queens, was arrested at the Greater Binghamton Transportation Center by the Broome County Special Investigations Unit Task Force.
Wild animals are best left wild
I was driving down Route 205 the other day from Hartwick and saw a doe not more than 50 yards from the highway. A little spotted fawn had its head stuck in under her having a little bite to eat. Neither of them moved as I slowed to nearly a crawl. Other traffic approached so I sped up and drove away
McDonald's drive-thru call leads to Leandra's Law charge for Rome woman
According to the Rome Police Department, around 8:45 p.m. Tuesday police were called to the McDonald’s at 1707 Black River Blvd. for a report of a suspicious vehicle. Police say the vehicle was in the drive-thru at the time police were called, and the driver was believed to be intoxicated.
Local man writes biography of noted photographer Hine
A local historian has authored a biography of famed American photographer and political activist Lewis Hine.Timothy Duerden, director of the Delaware County Historical Association and adjunct history lecturer at the State University of New York in Oneonta, authored “Lewis Hine: Photographer and Amer
Sauquoit man arrested after nearly year-long motorcycle crash investigation
On Wednesday, 21-year-old Jacob Bullard of Sauquoit was arrested by New Hartford police and the Oneida County Sheriff’s Office on an Oneida County arrest warrant, following an indictment by an Oneida County Grand Jury.
Fenimore to host works of esteemed N.Y. artist
An innovative partnership between Boston's Museum of Fine Arts and the Fenimore Art Museum will bring famous works from the Boston museum's collection to Cooperstown.“Thomas Cole and the Garden of Eden,” opening Friday and running through Sept. 30, is the first exhibit to feature a work from the par