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Endicott Man Accused Of Stealing Jobless Benefits

An Endicott man has been charged with felony grand larceny for allegedly receiving unemployment benefits when he was not entitled to receive them.

Authorities say 50-year-old Vincent Wallace of McKinley Avenue was arrested by Endicott police

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Windsor Man Accused Of Stealing Fuel Oil

A Broome County man has been indicted for allegedly reselling thousands of dollars in stolen fuel oil.

Authorities say 49-year-old Anthony Vaccaro of Windsor is accused of stealing more than $80,000 in oil from a Tioga County business

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Matt Cardy/Getty Images

Ithaca-Area Women Accused Of Swiping Air Conditioners

Two women have been arrested in connection with the theft of two air conditioner units from a Tompkins County juvenile detention facility.

Authorities say 52-year-old Linda Labrake of Richford and 48-year-old Stephanie Lucena of Freeville are suspected of stealing the air conditioners from the Lansing Residential Center

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Vestal Police Make Arrest In Paving Scam

A Staten Island man has been accused of bilking a Vestal resident in a driveway paving scheme.

Authorities say 41-year-old Jeremy John has been charged with fourth-degree grand larceny, a felony

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New York State Police

Police: Owego Woman Stole More Than $50,000

A Tioga County woman has been accused of stealing thousands of dollars from her former employer.

Authorities say 47-year-old Maria McGuane of Owego is suspected of taking cash from Impresssions by Briana

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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 Repeatedly Targeted Tioga Business

Thousands of dollars worth of scrap metal and truck parts were stolen over a period of several months from a Tioga County construction services business.

An owner of R.B. Robinson Contracting in Candor says as many as four people were believed to be involved in the ongoing thefts

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Binghamton Woman Jailed After Using Fake Name

Johnson City police say a woman who was apprehended in connection with a reported larceny faces more charges after she provided a false name.

Authorities say 46-year-old Tracy Gardner of Binghamton was charged with second-degree forgery, a felony

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Binghamton Police Looking For Lottery Ticket Thief

Detectives are trying to track down a man who grabbed a bunch of lottery tickets from a Binghamton First Ward convenience store without paying for them.

Investigators say the incident happened just before five o'clock Tuesday morning at Manley's Mighty Mart at Clinton and Jarvis streets

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Image released by Vestal Police Department

Vestal Police Seeking Puppy Thieves

A four-month-old puppy has been reported stolen from a Broome County pet store.

Authorities say the white Maltese dog was said to have been taken from the Pet Depot shop in Vestal's Town Square Mall

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