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N.Y. Teen Dies After Falling Into River While Fishing with Dad: 'He Did Not Deserve This,' Mom Says

The search for Kameron Stenzel, a 15-year-old boy who went missing last week after falling into the Niagara River, came to a devastating end last week. On Thursday, four days after Kameron slipped and fell during a fishing trip with his father on Oct. 11, Canadian authorities announced that they had located a body near Niagara-on-the-Lake, according to The Buffalo News. The following day, New York State Police confirmed that the body had been positively identified as the teenage boy.
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Traffic stop may have averted a deadly drive-by shooting

ALBANY — Two teenagers armed with "ghost" handguns, including a fully automatic 9mm capable of firing 50 rounds in a few seconds, were arrested last week during a traffic stop in Albany as they drove a Porsche through a neighborhood near Central Avenue with their headlights off at night, according to law enforcement officials.
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IDs Released In Apparent Murder-Suicide In Hudson Valley

The identities have been released of the two people who are dead after an apparent murder-suicide in the Hudson Valley. At about 4:20 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 16, there was a report of a shooting in the Orange County hamlet of Pine Island, located in the town of Warwick. New...
WARWICK, NY
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Orleans County woman dies in collision with tractor-trailer

TOWN OF GAINES, N.Y. (WIVB) — An Orleans County woman was killed in a crash involving a tractor-trailer this past Friday morning. New York State police say a southbound Jeep Liberty being driven by Cristal Nunez-Rexach, 33, went past a stop sign on Kenyonville Road in the Town of Gaines.
ORLEANS COUNTY, NY
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Mooers man in serious condition following late-night shooting

MOOERS | A Mooers man remains hospitalized in serious condition after being shot in the neck at a hunting camp on Green Valley Road. New York State Police and first responders were called to the camp at about 10:30 p.m. Oct. 15 after Frederick W. Minckler Jr., 30, of Altona accidentally shot Gilbert O. Rabideau.
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Fire heavily damages Union Springs home

A two-alarm fire caused heavy damage to a Union Springs house, displacing a family of four. Union Springs Fire Department Chief Garret Waldron said the family reported the fire at 3:12 p.m. Sunday after they returned to their 202 Cayuga St. home. The first firefighters on the scene encountered heavy smoke and fire coming from the kitchen area, with the fire advancing its way through the house.
UNION SPRINGS, NY

Granby woman drove car into gas station, state police say

Pulaski, N.Y. -- A 29-year-old Granby woman was arrested Sunday and accused of driving her car into a Pulaski gas station, according to New York State Police. Cayla E. Newcombe has been charged with third-degree criminal possession of stolen property, first-degree reckless endangerment, driving while impaired by drugs and reckless driving, police said.
PULASKI, NY
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North Country man charged with DWI in Town of Lee, police say

LEE- A North Country man was arrested for alleged DWI over the weekend in Oneida County, police say. It was just before midnight Friday when the New York State Police in Lee charged Benjamin P. Nolette, 45, of West Leyden, NY with one count each of DWI (first-offense) and operating a motor vehicle (w/a .08 of 1% BAC), according to details obtained from the daily blotter.
ONEIDA COUNTY, NY
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Lowville man accused of DWI in Lewis County: Troopers

LOWVILLE- A Lewis County man is faced with DWI accusations in the town of Lowville, authorities say. It was shortly after 11:30 p.m. Friday when the New York State Police in Lowville said they arrested and charged Jaden M. Peebles, 36, of Lowville, NY with one count each of DWI (first-offense) and operating a motor vehicle (w/a .08 of 1% BAC), according to details retrieved from the daily blotter.
LEWIS COUNTY, NY
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