A Schenectady man was sentenced to 10 years in State Prison after robbing a motel in Colonie this February, District Attorney P. David Soares announced Tuesday.
Police link identity thefts to employee of Glenmont restaurant
Two days after four employees of Golden Town Buffet Hibachi & Sushi in Glenmont were arrested on charges of identity theft and deportation warrants, the restaurant’s owners were issued a citation for having too many occupants living upstairs.
Dog found abandoned on Route 9W
Bethlehem Police have arrested three people in connection with an investigation into an abandoned dog found along Route 9W in Glenmont.
Three men have been arrested and charged in connection to a burglary of the QWIX Mart on Delaware Turnpike in Clarksville.
Guilderland police arrested a Troy man for allegedly driving while impaired and possessing drugs after receiving a complaint about a gray Honda driving “all over the road,” according to police reports.
The Colonie Police Department is investigating a bottle bomb detonation that took place Tuesday, Aug. 6, at 5:21 a.m. on Central Avenue near Locust Park.
Credit and debit card information compromised at Glenmont restaurant
The Bethlehem Police Department have arrested four employees of Golden Town Buffet Chinese restaurant in Glenmont after obtaining a search warrant for an investigation involving identify theft.
An Albany man was arrested for allegedly leaving a 5-year-old child at a "bouncy bounce ride" at the African American Family Day festival while he attended a concert, according to police.
Wanted preferential treatment at work; claimed to have damaging evidence
An Albany County jail corrections officer has been arrested after allegedly trying to blackmail a former jail administrator.
Guilderland police on Sunday, July 14, around 9:20 p.m., received a call saying an erratic driver was traveling eastbound on Western Avenue from the McDonalds, which led police to an Albany woman’s home.
Colonie police are looking into four burglaries they say appear to be related.
Driver violated ‘Move Over Law,’ crack and heroin found on passenger
State Police stopping a driver for violating the “Move Over Law” allegedly discovered a passenger in the car was being paid to transport crack cocaine and heroin.
A Vermont woman was stopped for allegedly speeding and police discovered she had a stun gun and several suspensions on her driver’s license, according to police.
Colonie police are soliciting the public’s help in finding a missing person they say may be a danger to herself.
AT&T stores, Valley Cats partner for texting and driving simulator
In an effort to demonstrate the dangers of distracted driving, local AT&T locations teamed up with the Tri-City Valley Cats to spread the company’s “It Can Wait” campaign.