Top Stories, July 12, 2022

Corning Man Is Accused Of Committing A Crime In Bath

State Police report that 38 year old Yosef Simon-Page of Corning, is accused of committing 3rd degree grand larceny in Bath.  Also, Troopers say that a 17 year old unnamed Bath teen, is facing charges of criminal mischief in Bath.


This Year's Tyrtle Beach Success

The Tyrtle Beach numbers for this year, are in.  A total of $34,012 was raised to support youth programs in Central Steuben County.  A big thanks to Neil Bryson for being this year’s jumper.


Neo-Nazi Incident In Hornell

In Hornell, Police Chief Ted Murray says, there are 115 counts of 1st degree harassment against three Hornell residents.  The three are accused of sending neo nazi pamphlets to area residents to individuals around Hornell, including the Hornell Synagogue and a Hornell Church where African American attend.  The Hornell Police Chief also says, that the three might be charged with hate crimes.  Both the police chief and Hornell Mayor John Buckley say, there is no room for this kind of hate.  "The Hornell Police Department responded quickly and appropriately to identify and arrest the individuals in question," said Mayor Buckley.  "There is absolutely no room for this type of hate or any other in our community".

Tonya Smith Will Be Sentenced In One Week From Now

Tuesday July 19, will be the day that Tonya Smith of Painted Post gets sentenced in Steuben County Court, Smith was recently convicted in the fatal dwi case, that caused the death of Donnie Masti of Bath.


Upcoming Local Events

In Hammondsport, the 39th annual classic boat show is coming up this Saturday and Sunday.  Then, the Steuben County Fair will be held August 15th to 21 this year in Bath.


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