Heng Li, 27, of Brooklyn, was sentenced to 2-1/3 to 7 years in State Prison before Judge Stephen W. Herrick in Albany County Court Wednesday, Dec. 11.
Colonie police arrested John W. Halacy, 24, of Rensselaer, on Wednesday, Dec. 13, in connection with a Thanksgiving Day burglary at a residence on Haswell Road.
Some shoppers seeking door-buster deals found themselves leaving with more than a bargain after parking their car in the wrong spot.
The New York State Supreme Court Appellate Division unanimously upheld the 2012 conviction of Christopher Hughes on Nov. 27.
DA's Office provides tips for consumers and retailers to combat crimes
Albany County District Attorney David Soares is warning people to be aware of the potential for identity theft and counterfeit currency as the holiday shopping season kicks off.
Police charge four teens under Albany County cyberbullying law
Four Guilderland students allegedly involved in the explicit rap song posted online, which detailed alleged sexual encounters of students, have turned themselves in on criminal charges.
District plans to bring in K9 for locker searches; prior school shooting almost attempted
Guilderland school officials are implementing several measures to address safety issues, but the one attracting the most attention involves man’s best friend.
Surveillance footage allegedly captured a Schenectady man stealing from a vending machine that held items much more valuable than snacks or refreshments.
School districts reminds parents, students of safety tips
An investigation by Bethlehem police has found a man did not follow two middle school students as they walked home, and the reported incident was a misunderstanding.
Horses found allegedly mistreated and malnourished.
Bethlehem Police Department executed a search warrant at 80 Waldenmaier Road on Monday, Nov. 11 as a result of a multi-week investigation into complaints of animal cruelty and neglect of horses.
The Colonie Police Department is asking residents to help keep neighborhoods safe this Halloween. In recent years, certain neighborhoods within the town have attracted large crowds.
Guilderland police believe a town resident intentionally burned down three buildings over three months.
After picking up a Delmar man in Albany, an alert taxi driver notified police his passenger had allegedly burglarized a home and retuned to the cab wanting a ride back to the city, according to police.
A 17-year-old Guilderland high school student allegedly crashed her car into a district school bus after failing to yield the right of way, according to police.
Albany County highlights Domestic Violence Awareness Month, services offered
Albany County Executive Dan McCoy, joined by county Chief Assistant District Attorney David Rossi, recognized the start of Domestic Violence Awareness Month on Wednesday, Oct. 2, and honored county Crime Victim and Sexual Violence Center Director Karen Ziegler for her efforts.