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Long Island Man Dies in Delaware County ATV Crash

New York State Police are investigating the death of a Long Island man in an All Terrain Vehicle crash May 24 in Delaware County.

Authorities say at 9:34 p.m., 36 year old Keith Stratton of Bellmore, in Nassau County, was found dead in a shallow creek off Apex Road in the Town of Tompkins near an overturned ATV

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Endicott Man Arrested on Stolen Property Warrant

An Endicott man is being held in the Broome County Jail without bail after authorities tracked him down for outstanding warrants.

Broome County Sheriff’s officials say 31 year old Anthony Sbarra was wanted for possession of stolen property, aggravated unlicensed operation of a vehicle and criminal personation for pretending to be his brother during a traffic stop in August in the Town of Dickinson

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Western and Central New York Residents Help in Disaster

Several New York residents are in the middle of disaster areas following tornadoes and other severe weather in Texas and Oklahoma.

The American Red Cross says seven volunteers from the Southern Tier, Central and Western New York have been sent to help with immediate needs of victims

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