Albany County Sheriff's Office

RENSSELAERVILLE — In his first run for elected office, Ronald “Joey” Bates, a policeman and Rensselaerville native, will have four party lines — Democratic, Republican, Conservative, and Independence Party — when residents cast their votes in November for town justice.

To continue reading this article, you must have a paid subscription.

Log in, or check out our Subscription page for more information »

Five of Marcia Pangburn's neighbors from Thompsons Lake  sat with her as she waited in court.

To continue reading this article, you must have a paid subscription.

Log in, or check out our Subscription page for more information »

GUILDERLAND — Earlier this week, the Albany County Sheriff’s Office arrested a New York City resident for selling fake concert tickets through an online classified listing.

To continue reading this article, you must have a paid subscription.

Log in, or check out our Subscription page for more information »

Volunteer squads and town leaders generally agree to a plan to put a paid emergency medical technician on call in the Hilltowns, but some worry about squashing volunteer spirit and logistical considerations.

To continue reading this article, you must have a paid subscription.

Log in, or check out our Subscription page for more information »

BERNE — A taxi driver arrested in May for keeping a woman in his taxi and touching her breasts without her consent is awaiting sentencing.

Phyllis Rosenblum grew up with nine siblings on a small farm and learned the value of self-sufficiency; she wants to pass that on to prisoners in the county jail and has started a garden for them to tend. We endorse the project.

A retired race horse was found dead with an arrow in its side in May. Now, its owners want its name, Belle, to carry on in a rehabilitation effort for neglected horses.

COPsync 911 is intended for life-threatening situations, to silently communicate with emergency responders. Sheriff Craig Apple is the first to test it in New York.

WESTERLO — Shawn M. Duncan was arrested in connection with the death of his father’s beloved thoroughbred horse, found on Sunday morning with an arrow in its side.

The Albany County Sheriff’s Office joined State Troopers and officials at a ceremony on April 28 dedicating a new gravestone for Harold C. Mattice on the anniversary of his death in 1923.

Pages

Subscribe to RSS - Albany County Sheriff's Office