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SUNY Broome Students Charged In Theft Probe

Four SUNY Broome students have been arrested after an investigation into the theft of another student's credit card.

Authorities say 21-year-old Cantana Bailey and 18-year-old Moises Peralta were charged with felony counts of identity theft and possession of stolen property

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Police: Identity Thief Targeted Endicott Shoppers

Investigators say an Endicott man stole credit cards, cash and personal information from the purses of shoppers at a busy supermarket.

Police say 31-year-old Jason Mitchell of Broad Street faces a dozen felony charges in the case

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Oneonta Police Arrest Man For Identity Theft and Forgery

Oneonta Police Department arrested Lafayette Alexander, aged 57, of Hollis, NY on November 29, 2013 after he was accused of fraudulently applying for a business loan in the amount of $20,000 at NBT Bank.

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Photo: Broome County Sheriff's Department
Photo: Broome County Sheriff's Department

Johnson City Teen Arrested For Identity Theft

A Johnson City teenager has been arrested by the Broome County Sheriff's Department in connection with an identity theft case.

Sheriff's officials say that 19-year-old Taylor Roche is accused of stealing a credit card from a Town of Binghamton resident

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