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Man Charged In Johnson City Assault

A Chenango County man has been accused of attacking a woman while driving in Johnson City.

Authorities say 25-year-old Caleb Wearne of Afton was charged in connection with an incident that started while they were in a vehicle on Harry L Drive

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Chief: Johnson City Man Wanted Police To Shoot Him

A Johnson City man was taken into custody after police say he pointed a knife at officers on a village street.

Authorities say the confrontation with 27-year-old Preston Wright occurred early today following a report that a man with a gun was walking up and down Harry L Drive

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Endicott Woman Faces DWI, Drug Charges

Johnson City police say a mother has been accused of driving under the influence of drugs with her four-year-old daughter in her vehicle.

Authorities say 34-year-old Shayne Anderson of Endicott was charged with misdemeanor counts of driving while intoxicated and driving while ability impaired by drugs

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Officer Smith’s Name Added To Binghamton Memorial

The name of Johnson City Police Officer David W. Smith Jr. now appears on the Police Memorial in downtown Binghamton.

Officer Smith died after he was shot minutes after he came on duty on the morning of March 31

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Johnson City Police Department Awarded State Grant

A Broome County law enforcement agency will receive nearly $21,000 in state funding to improve the supervision of people on probation and parole.

According to the state Division of Criminal Justice Services, the Johnson City Police Department has been awarded the grant

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The Funeral of Police Officer David W. Smith

Family, friends, law enforcement officers and area residents attended the funeral of Johnson City Police Officer David W. Smith Friday.

The service was held at the Sarah Jane Johnson Memorial United Methodist Church on Main Street

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Johnson City Officer’s Funeral Set For Friday

The funeral arrangements for Johnson City police officer David Smith have been finalized.

Smith, who was 43, died shortly after he was shot on Harrison Street Monday morning.

Johnson City police chief Joseph Zikuski says calling hours for Smith will be at the William Chase Funeral Home on Chenango Street in Port Dickinson on Thursday from 4 to 7 p

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Johnson City Police Officer Killed On Duty

Johnson City police officer David W. Smith died Monday morning, shortly after he was shot by a medical technician.

Police chief Joseph Zikuski says the 43-year-old Smith was shot two times by an MRI technician who worked at Southern Tier Imaging at 32 Harrison Street

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Johnson City Police Officer Fatally Shot

A Johnson City police officer died after he was shot near Wilson Medical Center this morning.

The man suspected in the shooting died a short time later at the hospital. He had been reported in critical condition as he was undergoing surgery

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Two Charged In Johnson City Dispute

Two men have been arrested following a reported dispute in Johnson City.

Police say the suspects were involved in an incident on Massachusetts Avenue.

Authorities say 31-year-old Chachi Copp of Binghamton and 19-year-old Dylan Lunn of Johnson City are accused of trying to assault a man with a two-by-four and a screwdriver

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