Bath man charged with forcible touching in Steuben Co.

Steuben County Sheriff Jim Allard reports that on Tuesday a Bath man was arrested after touching an intimate part of a child’s body. Deputies arrested Steven L. Sutfin, 54, of Bath for Forcible Touching and Endangering the Welfare of a child. It is alleged that Sutfin knowingly acted in a manner likely to be injurious to the physical, mental or... more

Deputies: Savona woman was driving stolen car

Steuben County Sheriff Jim Allard reports that on Wednesday, January 3rd deputies arrested a Savona woman for possessing stolen property following an incident in the Town of Avoca. Louann Labarr, 61, was charged with third-degree criminal possession of stolen property, which is a Class D felony. She is accused of possessing and driving a stolen vehicle on State Route 415... more

Big 3rd quarter leads Penn Yan girls past Mynderse (W-FL round-up 1/2)

In a game pitting a pair of Finger Lakes East girls teams with 1 league loss, the upstart Penn Yan Lady Mustangs hosted Mynderse and found themselves trailing the visiting Blue Devils by 4 at halftime.  Penn Yan would outscore Mynderse 21-8 in the third quarter to run away with a 59-53 win to remain just one-game behind league leading... more

Steuben County man arrested in year-long Maryland child porn case

A man from Avoca was arrested Monday after a year-long investigation into child pornography. Investigators said they were contacted in August 2016 by the Frederick County Sheriff’s Office in Maryland about a potential child pornography case. The investigators in Maryland said 26-year-old Nunziato Nirelli in Steuben County was soliciting photos from a 15-year-old girl in Maryland. Investigators in Steuben County... more

NY troopers help rescue dozens of puppies after Steuben Co. crash

Dozens of puppies are expected to be OK after a box van they were being transported in crashed in Steuben County Tuesday. According to New York State Police, the crash happened on Interstate 86 in the Town of Avoca. Troopers said a box van driven by Emily Woodrum of Missouri was carrying more than 100 puppies when she lost control... more