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Today's Top Stories - Saturday November 4, 2017

Canisteo Man Arrested for Possession of Controlled Substance
A Canisteo man was arrested and sent to Steuben County Jail after a Dansville traffic stop. According to New York State Police, Nicholas Arce was stopped on State Route 36 and was found to possess suspected heroin and charged with Possession of a Controlled Substance. He was arraigned in Dansville Town Court and sent to County Jail in lieu of $20,000 bail.

Prattsburgh Man Arrested for Probation Violation
A Prattsburgh man was arrested for Violation of Probation. According to Steuben County Sheriff’s Office, Jarid Worboys was arraigned in Steuben County Jail without bail for his alleged violation and will return to court on Monday afternoon.

Television Crew Needs Help Finding Keuka Drone
Producers are searching for drone named “Wilbur” they used to film a potential project at Keuka Lake. The team of producers lost contact with the quadcopter drone Wednesday morning when it disconnected and never returned to the crew. The producers are from Illinois and were filming for the tentative television show “Vine Valley”. They are offering a possible reward for finding the drone. Anyone who thinks they may have found the quadcopter can contact via email paul@arndtphotography. com or call (618) 920-6039.


Most New Yorkers Oppose Proposition One
According to a new poll, most New Yorkers are not on board with holding a constitutional convention. The Siena College poll finds the majority of likely voters lean against Proposition One, a proposition on the November 7th ballot that would hold a convention statewide changing the New York constitution. Earlier in the year, the majority of voters were in favor of Proposition One but now 57 percent of respondents plan to vote "no" on the question of a constitutional convention while only 25 percent of respondents said they will vote yes.


GLAAD Conference Continues at Corning Raddison

The Greater Appalachian Lllama and Alpaca Association is holding its 30th annual four-day conference at the Corning Radisson hotel that continues this weekend until Sunday. It is the largest educational conference for camelids in the nation and gives those who love the animals the opportunity to network and become more educated about research, management, and care for the mammals through guest speakers reknowned in the camelid industry. Anyone interested in attending today or tomorrow can show up at their Registration Table at the Raddison in Corning.

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