A.M. News Wednesday 8-14-13

Binghamton Police are searching for a suspect in a Tuesday early morning stabbing. Police responded to Hamilton Street around 3:30 a.m. Tuesday where they found a man with a stab wound to his abdomen. The victim, Tequon Williams, 23, underwent surgery and is recovering. It’s not clear if Williams knew his attacker. Police are only saying that the investigation is ongoing. They’re asking anyone with information to contact the Detective Bureau at (607) 772-7080.
The Broome County Sheriff’s Office has made three arrests for stolen property in an area where a string of car larcenies have been reported. Deputies responded to a reported a suspicious vehicle traveling around the Chenango Bridge area. Damian J. Wilmarth, 18, of Chenango Forks, Zeke D. Wilmarth, 24, of Binghamton and James Wilson, 16, of Port Crane, were all found with a number of stolen items, including several long guns, ammunition, two laptop computers, prescription medication, money and jewelry. Deputies said Damian Wilmarth fled on foot, but was captured shortly after.
All three were arraigned in Chenango Town Court and taken to the Broome County Jail.
23-year-old Ashley Carnevale of Kirkwood was sentenced Tuesday to 15 years in prison for aiding her husband in a deadly 2009 home invasion. Carnevale pleaded guilty to first-degree manslaughter and first-degree attempted assault in connection with the incident, which occurred Jan. 20, 2009, at 503 Kent St. in the Town of Windsor.
She admitted that she and her husband, Anthony Carnevale III, acted in concert that day, intentionally shooting and killing 39-year-old Jean Clark of Parsons, Pa., and seriously wounding resident Ethan Button while trying to steal prescription medication from them.
Governor Cuomo announced an agreement between New York State and Microsoft that will allow all state Executive agencies to move to Microsoft Office365 operating platform , to consolidated email systems, access to familiar Office applications, and shared calendaring in a cloud-based system, which should save the state approximately $3 million annually in license fees, hardware, maintenance, energy, and personnel costs. Over the remainder of the year, 120,000 state Executive email boxes will be moved to the Office365 system.
The Delaware county department of public works will be closing county route 4 in the towns of Sidney & Masonville from 7:30 to 4:30 today to replace a culvert. The project was postponed from yesterday due to the rain, the closure will be near the Wood road intersection, motorists are advised to seek an alternate route during this project.

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