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Johnson City Man Accused of Selling Crack Cocaine

Police say they found a Johnson City man allegedly selling crack cocaine.

The Broome County Special Investigations Unit Task Force arrested 29 year old Sayquan Blake April 24 after they say they caught him trying to sell just over 2 and a half ounces of crack cocaine on Highland Avenue in the City of Binghamton

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Jon “Bones” Jones Wanted for Questioning

Officials in New Mexico say they want to talk to Endicott native, Ultimate Fighting Championship Light Heavyweight Champion Jon “Bones” Jones about a hit and run collision.Police in Albuquerque say they are investigating the incident that happened April 26 and have not been able to contact Jones or his lawyer

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Child Dies in Cortland County Crash

Chenango County Sheriff's mugshotA Cortland County man is charged with vehicular homicide and other counts in connection with the death of a child in a crash near the Virgil Fire Department April 24.

Cortland County Sheriff’s officials accuse 29 year old Daniel Haynes III of Virgil of driving at a high rate of speed on West State Road at about 8:45 p

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Kathy Whyte/ WNBF News

Broome County Welfare Enforcement Saves $12 Million

Broome County officials are reporting on-going operations to crack down on Welfare Fraud have saved over $12 million in potential undeserved payments last year.

Broome Security last year reviewed almost 12,000 filings, disqualifying 437 on non-criminal grounds and charging 83 people with welfare fraud

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Senator Thomas Libous Tells Judge He’s Dying

In spite of his office issuing several statements in the past saying New York State Senator Thomas Libous’ health is well enough for him to continue doing his work in state government, the New York Post has printed an article containing a plea from the Republican to a judge asking to spare his son jail time to allow Matthew Libous to stay with the Senator in the career politician’s final days.

Tom

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