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Drivers Surprised As State Police Start Issuing More Tickets In The Five Boroughs

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Police are cracking down on drivers who break the law in New York City, but it isn’t NYPD officers who are watching the highways, it’s the state police writing tickets. 291 more words


Teen's 1982 murder on parkway has eerie parallels to LI serial killer case

BRENTWOOD, N.Y. — Amy Foglia Gagliardi moved away from Long Island 30 years ago and settled in Virginia, but she can’t shake the torment of her 19-year-old sister Tina’s gruesome murder in February 1982. 389 more words


Three Dead After Reportedly Stolen Car Crashes Into Nassau County Pond

ALBERTSON, N.Y. (CBSNewYork) — A reportedly stolen vehicle crashed into a Long Island pond Sunday afternoon, killing all three occupants.

Authorities say the vehicle — a 2010 Honda sedan — was heading eastbound on the Northern State Parkway when it passed a New York State trooper with a license plate reader near exit 25 just before 6:00 p.m. 202 more words


Tow Truck Driver Killed In Hit-And-Run On I-95 In Harrison, N.Y.

HARRISON, N.Y. (CBSNewYork/AP) — New York State Police were asking for the public’s help Thursday in locating the car that struck and killed a tow truck operator in Westchester County. 484 more words


Death Of NY State Trooper Leads Authorities To ID Theft Ring

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — The tragic death of a New York State trooper may help dismantle a major identity theft ring.

A man was behind bars Wednesday night, but the investigation is just getting started. 311 more words


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