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New York State Police: Missing Person Assistance Requested

New York State Police: Missing Person Assistance Requested

Troop C - The New York State Police at Binghamton are still investigating the report of a missing person Jaime C. Nieves, age 36, who resides in the Town of Conklin.

Mr. Nieves was last seen in the area of Park Ave. in the City of Binghamton on December 3, 2016, at approximately 11:44 p.m. He has not had any known contact with friends, family or associates since then.

This is highly unusual behavior for Mr. Nieves.

SP Binghamton is asking for any assistance or information regarding Mr. Nieves whereabouts on, or after, December 3, 2016.

If you have any information please contact the State Police at (607) 775-1250.

Jim Cosby of the National Institute of Corections Farewell

Jim Cosby of the National Institute of Corections Farewell
NATIONAL: Jim Cosby National Institute of Corrections Farewell "The National Institute of Corrections (NIC) has a long history of collaboration with the Association of State Correctional Administrators (ASCA) - a relationship that is greatly valued. ASCA serves as the preeminent professional organization providing the foundation for the professional development of correctional leaders.

Town of Niagara Police Seek Identity

Town of Niagara Police Seek Identity
This man may be on Santa's naughty list!
TNPD asking for assistance in identifying this larceny suspect. Please email Ofc. Tiwana at ctiwana@niagarapolice.com or
call (716) 215-1480 with any information.

Lockport Police Seek Identity Assistance

Lockport Police Seek Identity Assistance

Lockport Police are looking to identify this individual if you recoginize this person please contact the LPD's confidential tip line at 439-6707 or Det. Lt. Chenez at 439-6718.

Amherst Police Seek SUV Driver Information

Amherst Police Seek SUV Driver Information
[Amherst, NY] Amherst Police are trying to identify the two individuals shown here who went to a Williamsville Pharmacy on 12/25/16 at about 2:15 pm. They left the area in a black SUV.If you recognize any of these people or have any additional information call the Amherst Police Department at 689-1355 or email to tips@apdny.org or text to 562-TIPS and reference AMH 16-674523 KM. Blogger Note: Reason Unknown. It can not be assumed from this information that a crime has been committed.

Everything Has a Buffalo Connection: "Dukes of Hazard"

Everything Has a Buffalo Connection: "Dukes of Hazard"

BUFFALO, NY: A January 4th birthday that you may not be aware of is the infamous opportunist  "Boss Hog" or at least the actor playing the role of the corrupt public servant, Mr.  Sorrell Brooke.

Buffalo, NY born Sorrell Booke was born on this date in 1930. His father was in the field of medicine. Booke studied at prestigious colleges; Yale and Columba University and mastered five languages. This study served him well in his work in counter-intelligence during the Korean War. His role and work is best known for is his cast as Jefferson Davis “Boss” Hogg in the television program The Dukes of Hazard.

Booke died of cancer in 1994.

 

No Frills Buffalo Publishing Releases New Novel From Steve Banko

No Frills Buffalo Publishing Releases New Novel From Steve Banko

“For No Good Reason,” a novel from decorated combat veteran Steve Banko, is the latest release from No Frills Buffalo publishing.

Banko served 16 months in combat in Vietnam where he was wounded six times. His awards for heroism included the Silver Star, the nation’s third highest decoration for valor, and four Purple Hearts. He has spent more than two decades as a speechwriter and professional communicator and has also spoken to audiences across the country on the issues of war and peace. His nonfiction work has been included in several anthologies and periodicals. “For No Good Reason” is his first novel.

Banko’s speech focusing on post-traumatic stress among combat veterans received the Grand Prize Award from the Cicero Foundation for the best speech of 2010. He currently resides with his wife, Shirley, in South Buffalo and North Ft. Myers, Fla.