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Guns Drawn in Binghamton Traffic Stop

Authorities say a large police presence in the area of Frederick Street in the City of Binghamton at around 5:30 p.m. June 14 was the result of a motorist trying to flee police following a traffic stop

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State Police Seek Metal Thief

The New York State Police say they are still looking for information about the theft of some homemade metal grills and other metal items from a shed on Kutalek Road in Kirkwood.

Officials say the thefts happened in April and authorities had released a photo of a person in the course of the investigation

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Binghamton Police Investigating Arson Blaze

Binghamton detectives are trying to determine who was responsible for the latest arson fire at a vacant commercial building on Brown Street.

City fire investigators concluded Monday's fire at the former All Around Building Supplies store was not accidental

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Tioga Sheriff’s Officials Charge Two With Meth. Manufacture

An Owego man is accused of making methamphetamine.

Tioga County Sheriff’s officials located a vehicle at the Trout Ponds dawn to dusk park in Newark Valley shortly before 1:30 a.m. June 11 and say the driver, 28 year old Cody Root while passenger, 31 year old Thomas Zuzuski were both charged with felony unlawful manufacture of methamphetamine

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Binghamton Caregiver Accused of Using Stolen Credit Card

A woman working at an independent boarding home for the disabled is accused of charging thousands of dollars on a stolen credit card.

Broome County Sheriff’s officials say 26 year old Tiffany Farinha of Binghamton is charged with felony grand larceny, accused of charging over $9,000 on the stolen card

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Police Shut Down Cortland County Meth Lab

A town of Virgil man faces felony charges after Cortland County Sheriff's Department officers discovered an active meth lab.

Authorities say 41-year-old Keith Dodge had been the owner of the Sherman Road property where the meth-making facility was found

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Broome Sheriff Warns Beware of Paving Scams

Broome County Sheriff’s officials are cautioning residents to be wary of people offering to do cheap paving projects.

31 year old Theodore Cooper of Nichols is charged with felony grand larceny after he allegedly took $6,200 from a Town of Union resident for a blacktop paving project that was never finished

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Panhandler Posing as a Vet is Arrested in Endwell

 

An Endicott man, posing as a military veteran, is being charged with false personation after Broome County Sheriff’s officials say they found him panhandling at the corner of East Main Street and North Street.

 

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Expensive Tools Stolen From Cortland County Business

Thousands of dollars worth of equipment was reported taken from a business in the Town of Homer.

Authorities say heavy-duty hand tools and power tools were stolen from Homer Iron Works on Route 11

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Two MacBallers Gang Members Admit to Dealing Drugs

Two members of a local division of the violent street gang: Bloods, known as the MacBallers, are awaiting sentencing after pleading guilty to dealing large amounts of drugs in the Binghamton area for several years

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