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Endicott Nursing Home Worker Faces 11 Felony Charges

An employee of an Endicott nursing home has been accused of going on a shopping spree using a resident's credit card.

Authorities say 31-year-old Kara West of High Street, Binghamton, faces nearly a dozen felony counts

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Johnson City Man Accused of Stealing Shotgun

Police in Johnson City say a village resident has been accused of damaging more than $1,000 in items belonging to his former girlfriend and then stealing her shotgun.

Authorities say 29-year-old Andrew Green faces two felony counts

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Endicott Man Accused of Stealing $25,000

Authorities say a man used a woman's debit card dozens of times over several months to withdraw more than $25,000 from her savings account.

Investigators say 35-year-old Mark Nasoni of Endicott had been charged with third-degree grand larceny

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Endicott Man Accused of Using Stolen Credit Card

Authorities say an Endicott teen faces eight felony charges for allegedly buying hundreds of dollars worth of video games using a stolen credit card.

Investigators say 19-year-old Dylan Moelder has been accused of stealing a wallet and a credit card from a vehicle in Union Center on May 12

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Endwell Man Accused of Stealing $1,000 From Walmart

Investigators say an Endwell man faces a felony charge for allegedly taking more than $1,000 from a Johnson City store.

Johnson City police say 32-year-old Gregory Blosser is believed to have stolen money from cash registers while he was employed at the Walmart store on Gannett Drive

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Endicott Police – Man Stole $50K in Equipment

A man who worked as a subcontractor at BAE Systems in Endicott allegedly stole electronic equipment worth more than $50,000 from the company.

Authorities say 25-year-old Michael Callahan of Jay Street, Johnson City, has been charged with second-degree grand larceny, a felony

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More Than $1 Million Missing From Waverly Business

A Tioga County man has been accused of stealing a substantial amount of money from the business where he had worked.

Authorities say the business, State Line LLC of Waverly, apparently has lost more than $1 million as the result of the employee's actions

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New York State Police

Police: Man Stole Electronics From Oneonta Store

Investigators have released video images of a man they say stole more than a thousand dollars worth of merchandise from a Walmart store in Otsego County.

According to state police, the suspect filled a shopping cart with electronics items at the store on Route 23 in Oneonta on the evening of January 25

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Man Accused of Stealing Nearly $30,000 in Deposit

State police have made an arrest in connection with the theft of thousands of dollars from a woman in Deposit.

Authorities say 73-year-old Spencer Harford of Amsterdam has been charged with third-degree grand larceny, a felony

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Cortland County PTO President Accused of Theft

Investigators say a Cortland County man is believed to have stolen thousands of dollars from a parent-teachers organization while he was the president of the group.

Authorities say 39-year-old Kurt Kleefeld of Homer faces six felony charges for the alleged theft of cash from the Homer Elementary Parent Teachers Organization

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