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Honoring Our Own

The college paid tribute to one of its heroes during Monday’s 9/11 Remembrance ceremonies. Dennis Burgos, a member of OCC’s Campus Safety and Security team, was presented a 9/11 lapel pin from the White House which read “United in Memory September 11, 2001.” At the time of the terrorist attack, Burgos was a New York State Trooper who was sent to New York City on September 11. 315 more words

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this day in crime history: september 9, 1971

On this date in 1971, over 1200 inmates at the state prison in Attica, NY started a riot that would last four days.  The riot began with the killing of a corrections officer, then the rioters took about 40 prison employees hostage. 71 more words

True Crime

11-Year-Old Girl Was Killed as She Was Being Raped; New York Man Charged With Murder: Court Docs

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A man suspected of killing an 11-year-old relative in New York allegedly smothered her to death as he was raping her, according to prosecutors and court documents. 327 more words


Slain New York State Trooper Remembered As A Hero

THERESA, N.Y. (CBSNewYork) — A New York state trooper killed in the line of duty was recalled at his funeral Saturday as a hero who protected his community by running toward gunfire. 239 more words


State Police Release Identity of Human Remains Found in Susquehanna County

BRIDGEWATER TOWNSHIP — State Police have released the identity of the human remains found in Susquehanna County on Tuesday.

Jamie Nieves, 37, of Binghamton, New York, was reported missing to the New York State Police in December 2016. 54 more words


Virginia Woman Rescued From Alleged Sex Trafficking Ring In New York City

Although African Americans make up just 13 percent of the U.S. population, we account for 37 percent of the missing in the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s database under the age of 18 and 26 percent above the age of 18. 1,234 more words


Lessons Learned from Trash

Nick Phillips has always been fascinated by water and the environment. That’s why the Environmental Technology major decided to travel to San Salvador two years in a row to study the impact of trash drifting onto the windward side of the Bahamian Island. 637 more words

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