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Man Jailed After Cortland County Dispute

State police say a man from Cayuga County was arrested after a dispute in the town of Preble.

Authorities say 25-year-old Kenneth Kemp of Moravia was charged with menacing.

Troopers say Kemp was arrested Sunday following a dispute on Route 281

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Woman Dies After Crash Near Ithaca

A 20-year-old Tompkins County woman died following a two-vehicle crash in the town of Dryden.

Authorities say Victoria Howell of Groton died at Cayuga Medical Center in Ithaca of injuries sustained in Sunday afternoon's collision

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Former Felchar Workers Charged In Copper Theft

Two Binghamton men have been accused of stealing thousands of dollars worth of copper from their former employer and selling the metal to scrap yards.

Authorities say 29-year-old Reinaldo Montanez and 42-year-old Francisco Mujica have been charged with felony grand larceny

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Police Seeking Cortland County Hit-and-Run Driver

State police are trying to find the driver of a truck involved in a Cortland County hit-and-run crash.

State police say the incident happened late Wednesday on Route 221 in the town of Willet.

Troopers were told by a person who called 911 around 10:20 p

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Kirkwood Man Jailed After Traffic Stop

A 28-year-old Broome County man was arrested following a traffic stop in the town of Kirkwood.

Authorities say Thomas Devrieze of Kirkwood was pulled over by New York State Police on Gorman Road.

Troopers reported Devrieze's blood alcohol content was measured at 0

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Troopers: Watch What You Tweet!

State troopers are like millions of New Yorkers. They're online, using Facebook, Twitter and other social media sites.

This week, State Police Superintendent Joseph D'Amico announced the agency is embracing Facebook and Twitter to release official information in a way to reach more people

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State Police Probe Case of the Purloined Propane

Police in the Southern Tier are looking for someone with gas. A lot of gas, as in propane.

Authorities in Tompkins County say 21 full propane tanks have been reported stolen from the Manley's Mighty Mart on Danby Road in the town of Ithaca

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Windsor Child Dies After Being Struck By Vehicle Update

A woman who had been watching a number of children and who was driving a car that backed into a 4 year old, killing her is now being charged.

New York State Police say that 37-year-old Brenda Hadlick was babysitting the victim, four-year-old Kenzee Wheeler and several other children Thursday, when she accidentally struck the child as she was backing her vehicle in the driveway at a Mountain Road, Windsor residence shortly after 8 a

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New York State Police Reminds Public It Does Not Solicit Donations

In response to periodic inquiries from the public, the New York State Police advises state residents that neither the state police, nor any agency authorized by it, ever solicits donations from the general public.

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Missing Adult Alert System Marks One-year Anniversary

New York State marked the one-year anniversary of its Missing Adult Alert system on Tuesday.

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