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Sheriff: Four charged in Cohocton gang assault case

Sheriff: Four charged in Cohocton gang assault case
Steuben County Sheriff Jim Allard reports that from August 19th through 23rd deputies arrested  four defendants in connection with an investigation of a reported gang assault which occurred in Cohocton.  On August 12th deputies were dispatched to State Route 371 in the Town of Cohocton in response to a report of an assault.  It is alleged that Nicholas Chatterton, Dakota Fairbrother, Michelle... more

Area HS roundup: Naples ties Way-Co

Area HS roundup: Naples ties Way-Co
The Naples girls soccer team picked up a 1-1 draw against Wayland-Cohocton in each team’s first game of the season. The game’s two goals were scored just four minutes apart in the first half. Wayland-Cohocton’s Ayslinn Holbrook opened the game’s scoring with a goal in the 31st minute. Teammate Ashley Page registered the assist on the play. Naples responded in... more

Police: Cohocton man damaged ambulance company property

Deputies arrested a 51-year-old Cohocton resident after an ambulance company saw their property be damaged by the man. Rick E. Towner, 51, was charged with fourth-degree criminal mischief. He is accused of intentionally damaging property of the Town of Cohocton Ambulance Service. Towner was arraigned in Cohocton Village Court and released. He is scheduled to re-appear at a later date.... more

Mayor in Steuben County accused of providing alcohol to minors

State Police say the mayor of a Steuben County village has been charged following an incident that unfolded on Friday night. Around midnight police responded to the Cohocton Development Corporation building — following the report of underage drinking. Police found two teens who had been consuming alcohol. The duo were ages 14- and 19-years-old. Cox was subsequently charged with unlawfully... more

Waterloo stumbles in Class B softball final

If you are going up against the Wayland-Cohocton softball team there is one thing that you know is going to happen. Your defense is going to be tested — over and over and over. The No. 3 Eagles’ offensive strategy is to put the ball in play and see what the opposing defense can do. That plan paid off Wednesday.... more