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Citizens of Syracuse get up close and personal with police body cameras
Recently, a smaller pilot program with 16 cameras expired. Police administration will used what it learned from the first test to develop a policy for this new, bigger test.
Auburn police: Missing Cayuga Centers teen found safe
The Auburn Police Department on Wednesday said that Cayuga Centers resident Tanayla Kadlecik, 14, was located June 3 in Johnson City. She had run away from a residence in Johnson City while on a visit Feb. 18.
Cicero man blacks out behind the wheel, crashes car into utility pole
State Police say the 72-year-old was traveling west on State Route 31, near Lake Shore Road, when he blacked out behind the wheel and crossed into the eastbound lane.
NYSP: Syracuse man accused of having sex with girl, 13, and giving her marijuana
Aziz was arraigned in the village of Weedsport and ordered held on $7,500 cash, $15,000 bond, according to troopers.
Cayuga County Sheriff's office warns residents about house break-ins
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Recently convicted rapist pleads guilty to conspiracy in unrelated Montezuma robbery
AUBURN — An Auburn man who recently admitted raping a 15-year-old girl has pleaded guilty to another crime in Cayuga County.On Tuesday morning, 43-year-old Paul Oattes addressed his second set of charges in Cayuga County Court. Oattes was first charged with three counts of third-degree rape and one
I-690 westbound exit to Midler Ave. back open after accident
SYRACUSE, N.Y. —An Interstate 690 westbound exit ramp for Midler Avenue at Burnet Avenue that was closed off due to an accident Tuesday morning has reopened.Police at the scene say a red Ford Mustang was driving east on Burnet Avenue towards a dealership when a gold SUV pulled out from the ramp.The
Balter calls Trump 'the biggest bully of them all' in first TV campaign ad
Balter, a professor at Syracuse University, is running for the Democratic nomination for New York's 24th Congressional District. The ad, titled "Stand Together," features the candidate speaking about her background as an educator.
State police: Syracuse man raped 13-year-old girl in Weedsport
On Wednesday, Wesam H. Aziz, 21, was arrested and charged with second-degree rape, fifth-degree criminal sale of marijuana and endangering the welfare of a child.
Two-Day Job Fair Offers Opportunity for Temporary Jobs at The Great New York State Fair
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