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Tioga Deputies Looking for Newark Valley Welcome Sign

The Tioga County Sheriff’s Office is currently investigating a grand larceny which occurred in the Village of Newark Valley during the week of 7/15/19 through 7/19/19. During that time frame, a village-owned welcome sign located on State Route 38 north of the village was... Read More.

Tioga Deputies Arrest Five on Drug Charges in Traffic Stops

Tioga County Sheriff's Deputie have arrested five people on drug charges in two separate traffic stops. Four people are facing drug charges after the vehicle they were in was stopped on State Route 38-B. Tioga County deputies said they arrested 19-year-old Thomas Fyffe, 24-year-old... Read More.
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Newark Valley Man Faces Multiple Alcohol Charges

A bunch of charges have been leveled against a Newark Valley man who got pulled over by troopers on Industrial Park Drive in Kirkwood.  State police report the arrest of 51-year-old Scott Tuttle. He has been charged with resisting arrest, aggravated driving while intoxicated,... Read More.

Newark Valley Man Arrested

Tioga County deputy sheriff’s report the arrest of 55-year-old Todd Farthing of 33 Whig Street in Newark Valley. He was charged with Criminal Mischief 4th, Unlawful Imprisonment 2nd, and Harassment 2nd. Farthing was arraigned in Owego town court and was remanded to the Tioga... Read More.

NEwark Valley Man Charged With Harassment, Endangerment

Tioga County deputies report the recent arrest of 26-year-old Tyler Walter of Newark Valley. He was charged with 2nd degree harassment and two counts of endangering the welfare of a child. These charges resulted from an investigation of a disturbance. Walter was arraigned and... Read More.
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Barn Fire in Newark Valley

A barn was destroyed by fire in Newark Valley Wednesday night. There were no reported injuries in the 10PM fire. The family home suffered heat damage, but remains habitable. The cause of... Read More.
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