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this day in crime history: november 14, 1957

On this date in 1957, New York State Police in Apalachin, NY interrupted a meeting of about 100 mafia luminaries from the US, Canada, and Italy. 53 more words

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HF-L coach fired after investigations was Jeffrey Utegg

Jeffrey Utegg, who has been an assistant coach in girls and boys cross country and boys and girls track at Honeoye Falls-Lima, was fired on Oct. 171 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

New York mother arrested after infant daughter drowns in bathtub

MARLBORO, N.Y. — A Hudson Valley woman has been charged in the death of her infant daughter who drowned in a bathtub.

State police say 25-year-old Kayla Pagan was arrested and charged with criminally negligent homicide on Saturday, one day after police say the Marlboro woman left her 10-month-old baby unsupervised in the bathtub for an unreasonable amount of time while the tub filled with water. 84 more words

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Bad Accident Shuts Down 684 Southbound

Around noon, today, a car carrier crashed into a New York State Department of Transportation truck on Interstate 684 Southbound. The highway was eventually shut down, redirecting motorists onto Route 22. 64 more words

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Missing| Sara D. Schmitt

Authorities are trying to a find a 38-year-old woman, Sara D. Schmit who was reported missing Wednesday afternoon by family. The New York State Police said Sara D. 114 more words

Missing Women & Teens

1 dead, 2 missing after tugboat crashes into barge in New York

NEW YORK – A tugboat crashed into a barge on the Hudson River north of New York City early Saturday, killing one crew member and leaving two missing and presumed dead. 731 more words

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