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TODAY'S TOP STORIES - Saturday February 4, 2017

LOCAL LAWYERS ANNOUNCE JUDICIAL CANDIDACY

 

Patrick McAllister, attorney and former Steuben County Legislator has announced his candidacy for Steuben County Surrogate Court Judge. McAllister, a Wayland-based lawyer for over thirty years, is also an Assistant District Attorney. Assistant District Attorney Philip J Roche is seeking the Republican nomination for Steuben County and Family Court Judge. Roche is a Painted Post resident who has also practiced legally for over thirty years which includes his service as the Steuben County Public Defender’s Office.

 

POLICE SERIOUS ABOUT SUPERBOWL

If you’re planning on attending a Super Bowl party this weekend in New York…take note. State and local police will be out in force looking for impaired and reckless drivers. The special campaign begins today and runs through early Monday. Police say they’ll have extra patrols on the road along with checkpoints.

 

LOCAL PHONE SCAM POSES AS RAMS WRESTLING

According to a post by Haverling Athletic Director Randy Abrams there’s a scam going on regarding the Haverling Wrestling Team. Folks are receiving a phone call asking for donations for the Haverling Wrestling team for a trip to the New York State Championship. This is a scam since the team is not even close to the State Tournament at this point

 

DATA EXAMINED IN CLAYTON TRIAL

On Friday cell phone data was presented as evidence as the Clayton trial continues. DA Schlather said Beard deleted many texting records with Clayton from his phone. Investigator Regan from the New York State Police Computer Crimes Unit testified regarding the phone data and noted Beard’s phone was turned off during the time of the murder. Phone calls between Clayton and Beard were frequent from September 24th until the September 29th,  the few days leading up to the murder. Testimony will continue Tuesday morning at 9:30. 

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