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Injured trooper off breathing tube, improving

The state trooper seriously injured in a traffic stop in Steuben County last week is improving. His condition has been upgraded from critical to guarded, according to Strong Memorial Hospital where Trooper Craig S. Foglia, is a patient. “The breathing tube was removed a couple days ago and I’ve been told, he’s slowly improving every day and we remain optimistic... more

Trooper critically injured in Steuben County, investigation into cause continues

State Police have released more information following a press conference on the State Trooper who was struck by another vehicle during a traffic stop on I-86 in Campbell. They say Trooper Craig Foglia, 45, pulled over a car on I-86 in Campbell when a pickup truck struck the rear of his vehicle. The accident happened at highway speed, so the... more

Hundreds of jobs in limbo as Steuben County plant seeks new ownership

More than 300 employees at the Kraft-Heinz plant in Campbell have been notified they will be terminated if a new owner for the plant cannot be found. Company officials say severance packages will be offered on May 26. Layoffs would continue in phases through the end of July. Kraft originally announced its intentions to close the plant in November 2015.... more

Addison man charged in long-term burglary investigation; pair allegedly impersonated officers

The Steuben County Sheriff’s Office reports the arrest of an Addison man following a complaint, which was filed on July 2nd, 2016. Deputies say they responded to the report of two men posing as law enforcement officers who entered a residence on Little Road in the Woodhull and allegedly stole $1,000 from a bedroom while a young adult was located... more

Campbell woman falsely filed that she was homeless, deputies say

The Steuben County Sheriff’s Office reports that a Campbell woman was arrested on September 30th after filing a false instrument. Investigators say that Cynthia Fairman, 54, of Campbell was charged with offering a false instrument for filing in the first degree — a Class E felony. It is alleged that Cynthia Fairman presented to the Steuben County Department of Social... more