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Onondaga County probation officer had sex with 2nd man she supervised
An Onondaga County probation officer had sex with not one but two of the men she supervised, the district attorney said. Bridgett Duerr, 46, of Cicero, pleaded guilty in October 2018 to official misconduct after a man on probation came forward alleging they had a sexual relationship.
Auburn college site of talk by local nutrition company
Skaneateles-based nutritional company Kelly's Choice will deliver a presentation, "Healthy Choices for Your Hectic Life," at 7 p.m. Monday, April 1, in the Student Lounge at Cayuga Community College, 197 Franklin St., Auburn.
Out-of-town doc may become Onondaga County’s new medical examiner
SYRACUSE, N.Y. – An out-of-town doctor has tentatively agreed to become Onondaga County’s next chief medical examiner. Ann Rooney, the county’s deputy county executive, said today the county hopes to finalize a deal with the doctor within the next two weeks.
Police: Weedsport man impaired by drugs crashes car with child in back seat
State police said a Weedsport man was in possession of heroin, under the influence of drugs, and driving with an improperly restrained child when he crashed in Sennett Monday. Auburn-based troopers reported that Richard E. Henry, 26, failed standard sobriety tests at the scene of an accident on Gran
AIM Program Could Be Cut From NY State Budget
STEUBEN COUNTY, N.Y. (WENY) – With the upcoming New York State Budget deadline fast approaching, the AIM program is facing a $60 million cut. If cuts are approved for the program, residents in Steuben County could see a tax increase.
Auburn man sentenced for raping, sending nude photos to a minor
AUBURN — An Auburn man will spend up to three years in prison for raping and sending naked photos to a young girl. Todd Klino, 32, was arrested in November and charged with sending explicit images and messages to a 15-year-old girl. A Cayuga County Sheriff’s Office investigation into the issue began
Auburn prison lifts lockdown after assaults, weapons found
AUBURN, N.Y. -- Auburn Correctional Facility was locked down for more than a week due to inmate fights and assaults on staff, according to prison union officials. The lockdown, lifted yesterday, started March 18. The entire maximum-security prison was locked down, officials said.
New York lawmaker wants to raise limo insurance minimums
In wake of deadly Schoharie crash, State Sen. Neil Breslin seeks change. State Sen. Neil Breslin is pushing legislation that would significantly raise the minimum insurance requirements that upstate limousine companies have on their vehicles.
82 make-shift weapons seized since March 1 at Auburn Correctional Facility
AUBURN, NY – Auburn Correctional Facility was locked down after a series of inmate on inmate fights and assaults on staff at the maximum security facility. Since March 1, four assaults on staff have occurred at the facility and a large number of inmate on inmate fights caused officials to lock down
Woman pistol-whipped, robbed in driveway, Syracuse police say
SYRACUSE, N.Y. -- A 24-year-old woman was pistol-whipped and robbed in her driveway on Monday night, according to the Syracuse Police Department. At 7:30 p.m., officers responded to 103 Dillaye Ave. for a robbery call, police said in a news release on Tuesday. Dillaye Avenue is off of Burnet Avenue
New York State Man Steals Little Debbie Snack Truck
Maybe this guy just really wanted a Zebra Cake or one of their Oatmeal Creme Pies? In one of the state's stranger stories, WETM is reporting that an Elmira man allegedly took off in a Little Debbie snack delivery truck Monday. The 38 year-old man reportedly stole the truck from a loading dock.
Four CNY boys teams finish in Top 5 of state basketball rankings
Syracuse, N.Y. -- After a history-making basketball season, the West Genesee boys finished at No. 4 in the final state rankings released today by the New York State Sportswriters Association.
Rochester police investigation spans to Syracuse
ROCHESTER/SYRACUSE (WROC) - An investigation underway in Syracuse is linked to a case in Rochester, police say. Officers say the investigation on Dearborn Place in Syracuse is part of an ongoing investigation in the City of Rochester.
CNY father nearly killed his newborn; 2 years later, does he deserve another chance?
Syracuse, NY – A car salesman from Clay admitted shaking his newborn daughter so hard in 2016 that she nearly died from multiple brain injuries. The child’s health was so dire that her family rushed to have her baptized in her hospital bed, just in case.
Turner: Auburn resident honored for helping save a life
On Oct. 28, 2018, 23-year-old Marissa D’Arpino, of Auburn, called on her American Red Cross training in first aid/CPR/AED to save the life of an 18-year-old co-worker when the co-worker suffered a cardiac arrest. For this heroic and lifesaving action, I had the honor of presenting D’Arpino with the
'Dinosaur doctor' to speak in Auburn
A pair of upcoming events at the Hilton Garden Inn in Auburn will feature Dr. Peter Dodson, professor of paleontology at UPenn. First, Dodson will present "Reflections on Fossils and Faith: The Journey of a Catholic Paleontologist" from 7 to 8 p.m. Friday, March, 29, at the Hilton, 74 State St., Aub
Police investigate student threat to ‘shoot up’ Jordan-Elbridge High School
JORDAN, N.Y. -- A Jordan-Elbridge High School student has been accused of threatening to “shoot up the school" on Tuesday, according to the Jordan-Elbridge School District. After being informed of the threat on Tuesday afternoon, administration questioned the student, the district officials said in
110 gang member admits to role in Syracuse criminal enterprise
A Syracuse man today admitted to his role in the 110 gang, pleading guilty to a federal conspiracy charge under RICO laws. Damani Prince, 25, admitted to his role in the gang in court today before U.S. District Court Senior Judge Frederick Scullin. Prince is facing up to 20 years in prison.
New York state health officials stunned by Post report on accused killer doctor
State health officials only learned about an accused killer cardiologist from The Post’s reporting on the story Tuesday — and said they are now considering suspending his medical license.
Gov. Cuomo: Upstate voters, 'they don't know me as well'
NEW YORK (WHEC) -- During a nearly 30-minute radio interview on Monday, Gov. Andrew Cuomo discussed the Mueller report, Senator Kirsten Gillibrand's presidential campaign, and the state budget.