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Police: Driver Was Drunk At Fast-Food Drive-Thru

State police say a 34-year-old man was arrested following a report of an intoxicated driver at the drive-thru of a restaurant in the town of Oneonta.

Authorities say Richard Siar of Walton was charged with driving while intoxicated

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Kathy Whyte/ WNBF News
Kathy Whyte/ WNBF News

Endicott Woman Accused of Driving With BAC 3X the Limit

New York State Police say they measured an Endicott woman’s blood alcohol level at more than three times the legal amount as they investigated a crash March 11 in the City of Binghamton.

Troopers say 35 year old Elizabeth Bromsey crashed her Jeep on Tompkins Street at 2:40 a

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Jeremy Donovan/FOX 40 News [March 7, 2015]
Jeremy Donovan/FOX 40 News [March 7, 2015]

Johnson City Woman Charged in Court Street Crash

A 22-year-old driver faces a driving while intoxicated count after a woman was struck by a vehicle in downtown Binghamton.

Authorities say Nutanie Saysanavong of Johnson City was located at the scene of Saturday night's incident on the Court Street bridge

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Kathy Whyte/ WNBF News
Kathy Whyte/ WNBF News

Cold Medicines Are Tracked in New York

A recent trip to purchase some multi-symptom cold relief left a coworker bewildered when he was asked for identification.

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Kathy Whyte/ WNBF News
Kathy Whyte/ WNBF News

Cards Stolen From Mail in Chenango County

An Oneida County man will be on probation for a year and have to serve 25 hours of community service for opening people’s mail in Chenango and Oneida Counties and stealing gift cards and cash.

Federal Prosecutors say 34 year old Michael Oliver pleaded guilty to obstruction of the United States mail for the incidents while he was employed as a highway contract driver for the Postal Service between May and September

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Smithville Man Admits to Manslaughter in Death of Greene Man

A Chenango County man is expected to be sentenced in April to five years in jail and five years probation for killing another man a little over a year ago.

30 year old Kyle Whitfield of Smithville pleaded guilty to manslaughter for stabbing 33 year old James Button Junior of Greene four times with a folding pocket knife March 3 of last year

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Delaware County Man Charged Following Dispute

State police say a 32-year-old Delaware County man was arrested after a domestic disturbance.

Investigators say Justin Biedekapp of Tompkins was charged with unlawful imprisonment, menacing and harassment

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Jeremy Donovan/FOX 40 News
Jeremy Donovan/FOX 40 News

Argument May Have Preceded Binghamton Crash

The driver of a vehicle that struck a woman on Binghamton's Court Street bridge is believed to have been arguing with a passenger just prior to the incident.

The woman who was operating the sport utility vehicle at the time of Saturday night's crash has been charged with driving while intoxicated

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Kathy Whyte/ WNBF News
Kathy Whyte/ WNBF News

Stop DWI Patrols Increased for St. Patrick’s Day

Binghamton area Police are getting a second weekend of extra work while other law enforcement agencies around the Twin Tiers are stepping up patrols in preparation for the Saint Patrick’s Day Weekend

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Kathy Whyte/ News Radio WNBF
Kathy Whyte/ News Radio WNBF

Bradford County Man Allegedly Threatened Court Workers

A Towanda, Pennsylvania man is accused of threatening to massacre employees at the Bradford County Courthouse.

Pennsylvania State Police say 25 year old Thomas Fabyan allegedly made several verbal threats in front his father and brother that he was going to kill court staff and cut in half the number of Courthouse employees

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