On Tuesday, Dec. 17, Curtis Brisson, 41, of Albany, pleaded guilty to the felony charge of burglary in the third degree in Albany County Court. Brisson faces two-and-a-half to five years in State Prison for his burglary conviction.
An Albany teen allegedly pepper sprayed two loss prevention officers, a Macy’s employee and a shopper while attempting to steal merchandise from the store, according to police reports.
State police seized more than a pound of cocaine following a thruway traffic stop in the Town of Bethlehem.
Colonie attorney describes conditions he found during inspection of Central Ave. motel
Town officials argue that a Central Avenue motel is in such poor condition that they aim to shut it down.
Lawyer says cops overzealous in publicizing cyberbullying arrests
A lawyer for one of the four Guilderland teens charged under Albany County’s cyberbullying law said he is concerned with the way the Guilderland Police Department publicized the arrests, although police said the incident was handled the same as the department would any other case.
The Colonie Police Department is asking the public for help with any information they have about an armed robbery at a Cumberland Farms.
An Altamont woman involved in a three-car crash was arrested for driving with a BAC more than twice the legal limit, with four children passengers in her vehicle.
The Colonie Police Department has released photos of a suspect and vehicle wanted in connection with the theft of a package off the doorstep of a Boght Road residence.
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.