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Cocaine Seized In Binghamton West Side Raid

Two Binghamton residents face drug-related charges after police confiscated cocaine from a West Side apartment.

Authorities say a search warrant was executed Monday night at 124 Beethoven Street

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Heroin, Other Drugs Seized From Endicott Home

An Endicott man faces drug and weapon charges after a police raid at a village residence.

Authorities say 28-year-old Brett Seymour was sent to Broome County Jail after he was arraigned in Dickinson town court

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Drugs Found After Binghamton Traffic Stop

Two Binghamton men were arrested on drug-related charges following a traffic stop on the city's South Side.

Authorities say 21-year-old Jahcambi Anderson of Evans Street and 20-year-old Brandon Hernandez of Moeller Street were taken into custody Thursday night

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Police: Man Tried To Sell Hash To Drug Cops

Authorities say a shoeless man tried to sell hashish to a couple of detectives in a Binghamton restaurant parking lot.

Investigators say 30-year-old Brian Fitzgerald of Endicott wound up being charged with criminal sale of marijuana

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Man Charged In Johnson City Parking Lot Robbery

An Endicott man has been accused of grabbing a shopping bag containing prescription drugs from a person in a Johnson City drug store parking lot.

Authorities say 30-year-old Todd Corey was taken into custody shortly after this morning's robbery

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Reports: Binghamton Police Chief’s Son Arrested

A son of the Binghamton police chief reportedly faces drug and traffic charges after he was arrested in the city.

The Press & Sun-Bulletin and WBNG-TV report 22-year-old Joseph Zikuski III pleaded not guilty during his arraignment Friday morning in Binghamton City Court.

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Binghamton Targets Properties For Possible Lockdown

Several Binghamton property owners are being warned to deal with ongoing criminal activity or prepare to have their buildings locked down.

Mayor Richard David says warning letters have been sent to owners advising them that their properties are "lockdown candidates

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Four Broome County Sites To Accept Expired Drugs

Twin Tiers residents with expired, unused or unwanted prescription drugs will be able to safely dispose of them at several sites as part of a national program.

The federal Drug Enforcement Administration coordinates the annual initiative

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Binghamton Moving To Lock Down “17 East”

The 17 East bar in Binghamton's First Ward is a target under the city's Lockdown Law.

Mayor Richard David says city officials are moving against the establishment following last month's raid as part of a lengthy drug investigation that resulted in 14 people being charged

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105 MPH Results In Broome County Drug Arrests

Three Long Island men were arrested on drug-related charges after a state trooper pulled over a vehicle that was clocked at 105 m.p.h. on Interstate 81 in northern Broome County.

Authorities say 22-year-old Stephen Guccardo of Rockville was driving the speeding vehicle in the town of Barker

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