New York State Police at Owego arrested Dudley Miceus, age 20 of Buffalo, at 5:19 p.m. Sunday, June 30, for the felony of Criminal Possession of Marihuana in the third degree. He was also... Read More.
James P. Yost, 29, of Owego, was arrested Monday on an outstanding Bench Warrant for Petit Larceny, a class A Misdemeanor, issued by the Town of Horseheads Court on June 27. YOST was released... Read More.
Cody J. Lowe, 25 of Apalachin, who is employed as a Corrections Officer with NYS Department of Correction and Community Supervision, was arrested early Friday for Driving While Intoxicated after he crashed his motorcycle... Read More.
The death of an Owego teenager who was killed May 1 when he was struck by a train at the track on South Depot Street... Read More.
Owego police investigated a sexual assault complaint. Following the investigation, police arrested 18-year-old Samual Heater of Newark Valley. He was charged with forcible touching and unlawful imprisonment. Heater was issued an appearance... Read More.
Owego police responded to a larceny complaint at John’s Fine Food on North Avenue. During the investigation, 28-year-old Norman Shaheen and 29-year-old Sarah Hartjen, both of McDonough, were charged with petit larceny, unlawful possession... Read More.
A Lockwood man, who was alleged to have shot and killed his hunting companion in the Tioga County Town of Barton last December has pleaded guilty to Criminally Negligent Homicide. 54-year-old Dean Brockoff pleaded guilty... Read More.
On June 4 at 7:56 AM, the Tioga County Sheriff’s Office responded to the report of a motor vehicle accident involving a motorcycle on East Berkshire Road in the Town of Berkshire. As a... Read More.
Funeral services will be held Friday for the Owego teenager who was struck and killed while riding her bicycle Saturday night in the Town of Fenton. 16-year-old Constance “Connie” Mazzarese was a member of... Read More.
Tioga County Rural Ministries' "Soap For Hope" has received record-setting donations during its recent May campaign to collect items not covered by assistance programs. TCRM, 143 North Ave., Owego, announced in a news release... Read More.