Jazz musician Branford Marsalis will perform at the Foothills Performing arts center in Oneonta Sunday, with local performers opening the show. Foothills Spokesman Huemac Garcia explains:
(Huemac Garcia 3-28-13)
The doors open at 6:00 PM and performances by the Hartwick College and Oneonta State College’s Jazz bands starts at 6:30. Tickets are on sale at FoothillsPAC.org or by calling 431-2080.
3 Walton residents have been arrested in connection with a burglary of a village residence last month. Walton police arrested 25-year-old John Mahler, 32-year-old James Nash, and 28 year old Jason Campbell for 2nd degree burglary, 4th degree grand larceny and 3rd degree grand larceny, Mahler and Nash were also charged with criminal possession of a weapon, and Mahler also was charged with second-degree obstructing governmental administration. Mahler and Nash were sent to DelawareCounty jail on $50,000 bail; Campbell was jailed on $25,000 bail. The stolen property included a flat-screen television, a gaming system and a rifle; most of the stolen items were recovered.
61-year-old Norman Michaels of Katonah has been charged with 2nd degree grand larceny, for his alleged role in an insurance scheme involving the Otsego county Chamber of Commerce. Michaels is accused of taking more than $60,000 in commissions for signing up downstate clients for health insurance through the Otsego county chamber illegally, former Chamber President Rob Robinson is facing charges in connection with the case.
The Chenango county sheriff’s department arrested 44-year-old Thomas Bates of Norwich for felony DWI, & driving while ability impaired by drugs. Bates was stopped by officers conducting a road check with an equipment violation, Bates it was found that he was operating the motor vehicle in an intoxicated condition due to narcotics. Bates was taken into custody & faces court action at a later date.