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Endicott Woman Arrested on Suspicion of Several Burglaries

An Endicott woman is accused of stealing items from a couple of bars in the village.

Endicott police responded to a burglar alarm at the Downtown Quarterback on Washington Avenue shortly after 6 a

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Delaware County Sheriff's Office

Delaware County K9 Unit Receives a Big Donation

The Delaware County Sheriff’s Department’s new K-9 program is getting some help thanks to some hungry residents, the Deputy Sheriff’s Police Benevolent Association and the Delhi Firehouse.

A pancake breakfast fundraiser was held March 8th at the firehouse to benefit the county K-9 division, which is only a few months old

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Andy Dean/ThinkStock
Andy Dean/ThinkStock

Police: Endicott Man’s BAC Was Three Times Limit

State police say a driver stopped for speeding on Route 17 in Tioga County had a blood alcohol content that was measured at more than three times the legal limit.

Authorities say 36-year-old Brian Vieira of Endicott was charged with aggravated driving while intoxicated

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Photo by Don Morgan
Photo by Don Morgan

Enough Abuse Campaigns in the Southern Tier

Local child advocates are preparing for National Child Abuse Prevention Month in April by calling for an end right now to the abuse.

A new campaign called Enough Abuse has been launched that includes professionals who can talk to families and community groups about how to keep children safe

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Photo by Kathy Whyte/ WNBF News
Photo by Kathy Whyte/ WNBF News

Teacher Rape Trial Date Set

A former teacher in Delaware County will be going on trial in August on two counts of rape and four counts of criminal sexual act for allegedly having sex with students.

29 year old Stephanie Fletcher, who had been a teacher in Walton, has pleaded not guilty in Delaware County Court

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News
Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Johnson City Man Accused Of Hurting Son

A 26-year-old Johnson City man has been charged with assault in connection with an injury to his young son.

Authorities say Kashawn Mackey was accused of striking the four-year-old boy in the face

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News
Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Otego Armed Robbery Suspect Charged With DWI

A man suspected of robbing an Otsego County convenience store of gas, beer and snacks has been charged with driving while intoxicated.

Authorities say 29-year-old Ryan Kennedy of Unadilla was taken into custody after a brief pursuit in the town of Hartwick this morning

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Bruce Bennett/Getty Images
Bruce Bennett/Getty Images

Delaware County Families’ Huskies Found Shot to Death

An investigation into the disappearance of two family dogs has ended with the discovery of the dogs’ bodies in a wooded area off Finch Hollow Road in the Town of Tompkins, and now the arrest of a Walton man

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NYS Police photo

Police Look For Conterfeit Money Suspect

New York State Police are looking for a man whom they say passed a fake 100-dollar bill at a store in Marathon.

Officials say at around 4:45 p.m. March 21, a single, white male entered Gregg’s Market on State Route 11 and purchased a gallon of apple cider, using a counterfeit hundred dollar bill

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News
Bob Joseph/WNBF News

14 Charged In Binghamton Drug Trafficking Case

Federal law enforcement officials say 14 people have been charged in an investigation into drug trafficking in the Binghamton area.

Police executed search warrants at nine locations early this morning

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