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7 arrested in alleged SGF narcotics bust

The Saratoga County Sheriff’s Office announced the “narcotics arrests” of seven people after searching a South Glens Falls residence. They said they arrested Caitlin Pruess, 30, on November 23 after a lengthy drug trafficking investigation. She is accused of selling crack/cocaine heroin, fentanyl, and crystal methamphetatime throughout Saratoga County.
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Hunter Dies in Woods East of Lake George

On Sunday, November 27, 2022 at 9:30 am, New York State Forest Rangers were notified about a hunter having cardiac issues walking down the Pilot Knob trail to the Buck Mountain trailhead in Fort Ann, Washington County, NY, on the east side of Lake George. When Rangers and Pilot Knob...

Commissioner Montagnino Inappropriately Intercedes in Shooting Inquiry

On Sunday afternoon, November 20, Saratoga Springs Public Safety Commissioner James Montagnino and Mayor Ron Kim held a hastily called press conference to discuss the shootings that occurred early Sunday morning, November 20, in downtown Saratoga Springs. At the event, they released videos of the incident in spite of a request from authorities to not release the videos at this time.

We Salute You: Chris Little

Please join us in saluting Marine Corps Sergeant Chris Little of Schuylerville. The husband, and father of two served during Operation Desert Storm, earning several medals and ribbons. Thank you for your service.

Chris Mathiesen, Past Public Safety Commissioner, On the Continuing Crisis of Violence in Downtown Saratoga Springs

One of the problematic aspects of allowing bars in Saratoga Springs to stay open until 4AM that has not been focused on is the impact this has on the city's police department. In addition to the verbal abuse police suffer, officers are routinely placed in a volatile and dangerous situation as they try to cope with crowds of drunks in the downtown bar area. It is only a matter of time before more people, including police officers are hurt. In addition, officers who must routinely respond to the eruptions on Caroline Street are not available to quickly respond to other incidents that may occur simultaneously in other areas of the city. If this situation is not addressed, the city will find it increasingly difficult to attract and keep officers.

Teresian House holds hands-on dementia training

ALBANY, N.Y. (NEWS10) – Teresian House is hosting Dementia Live for its staff over the next two days, a hands-on experience to better understand what it’s like to live with dementia. The training includes altering of the senses and completing menial tasks to simulate day-to-day life with the illness. “It’s incredibly impactful training because it’s […]

Vt. man accused of recklessly firing gun in home appears in court

SHAFTSBURY, Vt. (WCAX) - A Shaftsbury man on Monday was ordered held without bail after police said he recklessly fired a gun inside his home while others-- including a child-- were inside. Vermont State Police said on Saturday, Gerardo Zelayagranados, 31, shot the gun into the air and the ground.

Hudson Valley Man Accused of DWI In Crash That Caused Fire

Law enforcement is out this time of year more than ever, as some have predicted a record amount of Americans hitting the road to travel. This is also the time of year when law enforcement cracks down even harder on drunk driving. One local man was arrested after police say he crashed his vehicle over the weekend. Police say alcohol was involved.

Warren County Deputies Investigating Shooting in Walmart Parking Lot

Warren County deputies are continuing to investigate a shooting that happened in the parking lot of a Walmart. Deputies were called to the store on State Route Nine in Queensbury Sunday and found the victim suffering from a gunshot wound to the hip. Police are still working to identify the person who pulled the trigger but they don't believe there's any current threat to the public. Anyone with information is asked to contact the sheriff's office at 518-743-2500.