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Bob hosts WNBF's "Binghamton Now" program and reports the latest regional news. For breaking news and updates on developing stories, follow @BinghamtonNow on Twitter.
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Tompkins Deputy Faces Robbery, Other Charges

Officials now say it was a Tompkins County sheriff's deputy who was arrested and charged with robbery and assault after a dispute with a woman.

Authorities say 30-year-old Jeremy Vann was arrested March 30 following a reported incident that began the previous night at a town of Enfield residence

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Tioga Sheriff: Drug Raid Was a “Mistake”

Tioga County Sheriff Gary Howard acknowledges a police search of a town of Owego couple's home was a big mistake.

Howard, speaking on WNBF Radio's Binghamton Now program April 1, said he didn't want to "downplay it at all."

The she

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Count Against Former Binghamton Mayor May Be Dropped

A judge has issued an adjournment in contemplation of dismissal ruling in connection with a harassment count lodged against former Binghamton Mayor Matthew Ryan.

The case stemmed from an alleged incident on August 20 involving Ryan and Victor Furman, a Chenango Forks man, at Davey's Last Chance Saloon in the town of Barker

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Broome Sheriff Not Apologizing for Mistaken Raid

Broome County Sheriff David Harder is not prepared to apologize to a husband and wife who were targeted in a botched raid by a task force looking for drugs and guns.

A sheriff's office detective sought and obtained two search warrants from Broome and Tioga County judges for the home of Steven and Cindy Dunlap.

Police took Steven and Cindy into custod

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Tioga Terror: Police Raid Home, Find Nothing

A town of Owego couple say no one's apologized to them after police took them into custody and conducted a futile nighttime search for drugs and guns at their home

Steven and Cindy Dunlap say they no longer feel safe in their home since the events of February 11

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