P.M. NEWS MONDAY 4-22-13

The Broome County Sheriff’s Office arrested 30-year-old Jason Lamoree of the town of Colesville for cruelty to animals.  Deputies discovered 2 deceased dogs & 2 emaciated & dehydrated dogs on the property, Lamoree was released and ordered to appear in town court at a later date.


New York Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli has called for an overhaul of state programs for restoring contaminated industrial and commercial sites, after the state spent nearly $1 billion to clean up 408 brown fields.  The report states that the state may incur another $3.3 billion in costs from tax credits over the next few years on Brownfield properties, He called for limiting or ending tax incentives while extending liability protections and streamlining regulations for developers.


DOT Officials are advising Motorists that construction work at Prospect Mountain will require the long term closure of the State Route 7 southbound ramp to I-81 northbound/State Route 17 westbound starting this afternoon.  Construction work will also require the long-term closure of the I-81 northbound ramp at exit 4S this afternoon.  Signed detours will be in place to guide motorists.


State Police arrested 23-year-old Randy Bullis Jr. of Hartwick for Unlawful Possession of Marihuana. The arrest resulted from a traffic stop on State Route 80 in Otsego, Bullis was issued an Appearance Ticket returnable to the Town of Otsego Court on June 3rd.

Delaware County Sheriff’s Deputies arrested 45 year odl Morena Niboucha  of Hamden on a criminal summons for 2nd degree Harassment.  Niboucha is alleged to have committed the offense on April 5th, during a dispute over property in the Town of Hamden, she was released on her own recognizance and is scheduled to appear May 6th, in the Town of Hamden Court to answer the charge.


The Morris Rotary Club is accepting donations for its annual Charity Auction, which will be held on Friday, May 17th in the Grange Building of the Otsego County Fairgrounds in Morris.  Event chairman Gary Johnson can be called at 263-5043 to arrange for pick-up.


This week is National Crime Victims’ Rights Week & in Chenango County there will be a number of events to educate the public on a variety of issues, spokesman Mike Middaugh explains Tuesday’s scheduled events:


(Michael Middaugh 4-22-13)


Those who are interested in the schedule of events in chenango county this week can log on at cc of cc.com or call 334-KIDS.




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