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Binghamton Police Booting Parking Deadbeats

Some vehicle owners who've chosen to ignore Binghamton parking tickets are learning the city does have a way to encourage payment.

Cars with three or more unpaid parking tickets may wind up getting the boot

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Teen Indicted In Binghamton Shooting

A 17-year-old Brooklyn boy has been indicted in connection with the shooting of a Binghamton man.

Dajhoun Perez was indicted by a Broome County grand jury on several counts, including second-degree assault and first-degree attempted assault

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Binghamton Police Seek Graffiti Vandals

A reward is being offered as police try to track down those responsible for a graffiti spree in downtown Binghamton.

Authorities say the vandalism was reported Sunday in the area of the Washington Street bridge and Confluence Park

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Binghamton Police May Have Your Number

If you drive in the city of Binghamton, the police department likely knows you've been there.

Some Binghamton police cars are among the law enforcement vehicles in the region now equipped with license plate readers that take pictures of thousands of license plates every day

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Binghamton Police Investigating South Side Burglaries

City police say several home burglaries and car break-ins have been reported on Binghamton's South Side in recent days.

Investigators say most of the incidents have happened starting after 10 p

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Binghamton Police Investigating South Side Homicide

The death of a Binghamton man is being investigated by city police as a homicide.

Authorities say the body of 44-year-old Bretnie Owens was found in his apartment at 11 Stone Street.

Police and fire medics were called to the South Side building at 11:20 Saturday morning

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Vestal Woman Charged In Binghamton Larcenies

Binghamton police say a tip resulted in the arrest of a woman suspected of stealing wallets from supermarket shoppers.

Detectives say 49-year-old Elizabeth Dellapenta of Vestal faces three felony counts following an investigation into a pair of thefts on May 9

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Thieves Break Into Thirty Binghamton Storage Units

Two Binghamton men have been arrested in connection with the reported theft of thousands of dollars in items from a storage facility on Front Street.

Authorities say 18-year-old Devin Grier and 18-year-old Justin Creeley have been charged with third-degree burglary, a felony

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Binghamton Police Dog Finds Missing Boy

A police dog named Lilo helped locate a Binghamton boy who had been reported missing.

Authorities say officers started a search for the 13-year-old boy with Down Syndrome just before 6:30 Wednesday evening

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Binghamton Food Deliverymen Robbed At Gunpoint

A Binghamton man has been arrested in connection with two armed robberies of food deliverymen in the city. Police are seeking a second suspect.

Authorities say 18-year-old Curtis Williams was charged with two counts of first-degree robbery

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