A.M. NEWS FRIDAY 3-15-13

State Police arrested 3 people Wednesday in the Town of Middletown, after they executed a search warrant at 104 Frog Alley Road in the Town of Middletown.  Troopers arresting 57-year-old Victor Perez, 45-year-old Kris Perez, & 53 year old John Gilchrist, of Margaretville, for possession of cocaine. Troopers seized 46 packets of cocaine, as well as packaging materials, and a 12-gauge shotgun with ammunition.  Victor and Kris Perez were both charged with 3rd degree Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance, they were arraigned in the Town of Middletown Court and were remanded to Delaware County Jail in lieu of $15,000 bail.    Gilchrist was charged with Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance, He was released on an appearance ticket and ordered to appear in the Town of Middletown Court on March 28th. The investigation is continuing and more charges are pending.


The Chenango county health department will hold another free rabies clinic tomorrow in Norwich.  The clinic will be held from 9:30 to 11:30 at the Norwich fire station, for dogs, cats & domesticated ferrets at least 4 months old.  More information is available at 337-1673.


The Unatego school district was forced to change last Friday night’s performance of the 15th annual student & faculty variety show to tonight at 7:00 PM.  The show will be held at the junior senior high school in Wells Bridge.  Tickets for last week’s cancelled show will be honored at tonight’s show, tickets are still available at 988-5098.  Money raised is going to help 3 area families with large medical expenses.


Individual tickets for all 71 Binghamton Mets 2013 home games will go on sale this morning at 9:00 AM at the NYSEG Stadium Box Office, online at www.bmets.com or at 723-METS.  Ticket prices will stay at the same level as last year.   The B-Mets open up their home schedule on Thursday, April 11th against the New Hampshire Fisher Cats.



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