Thomas Marlowe

Thomas Marlowe Denied Parole
Thomas Marlowe, who is serving a state prison term for murder in the shooting death of a Binghamton convenience store clerk, has failed in his eighth bid for parole.
"Justice Has Been Served"
The husband of a Binghamton woman fatally shot during a convenience store robbery says one of the men convicted in the case has not been granted parole.
Father, Son Fight Parole Bid
The husband and son of a Binghamton woman killed at a convenience store are speaking out against possible parole for a man convicted of murder in her death.
Parole Denied
One of two men accused of participating in the murders of two Binghamton area convenience store clerks in 1982 is denied parole.
The Next Battle
Thomas Marlowe, who is serving prison time for murder in connection with killings of convenience store clerks in Binghamton and Afton, is hoping to be released soon. The husband of one of his victims wants to make sure that never happens.