Four people were arrested as a result of a recent alcohol sting conducted by the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office.
The sheriff’s office, in conjunction with the New York State Liquor Authority and the Canajoharie, Fort Plain and St. Johnsville police departments, sent a person younger than 21 years of age into numerous locations throughout the county as part of the sting.
A Herkimer man who used Facebook to chat with a 14-year-old has been arrested on child pornography charges, state police said.
A Frankfort man faces an unlawful surveillance charge in connection with an incident in the women’s restroom at Remington Arms, according to Ilion police.
Justyn A. Lawrence, 25, of East Avenue, was charged with felony second-degree unlawful surveillance after his cell phone was located in the ceiling of the women’s restroom at the Arms.
A Dolgeville man is accused of beating his wife, village police said.
Investigators believe they know whose skeletal remains were found behind a Little Falls home last week.
Although a positive identification is still pending DNA analysis, state police officials on Monday said the remains are most likely those of Donald Wichelns, who would be 71 if he was still alive today.
New York State Police announced Sunday they are investigating a crash that killed two Herkimer County residents.
An Ilion woman faces felony charges after a five-month investigation, New Hartford police said.
Fire heavily damaged a house on Farber Lane early Thursday morning, according to East Herkimer Fire Chief Ben Keller.
The three residents, two adult brothers and their mother, made it out of the large farm-style house safety, but the family dog was lost.
A 66-year-old man was taken into custody Saturday after threatening to shoot himself and others with multiple firearms, Ilion police said.
It was not disclosed where he made the threats, but police said they caught up with him as he was driving a vehicle at about 11:30 a.m. on West Main Street.
A $1,000 reward is being offered for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the individual or people responsible for last month’s vandalism incident at Russell Park.
A Herkimer man is accused of having sexual contact with two boys, ages 8 and 10, in the summer of 2009, according to Otsego County sheriff’s investigators.
Investigators scouring cell phone records of the man who killed four people March 13 in shootings in Mohawk and Herkimer found that many of the calls Kurt Myers received were from creditors.
There were no calls from family or friends in the seven months leading up to the killings and still no answer to why 64-year-old Myers, of Mohawk, opened fire at John’s Barber Shop in Mohawk and Gaffey’s Jiffy Lube in Herkimer.
The Herkimer County Sheriff’s Office Welfare Fraud Unit recently arrested the following individuals for welfare fraud charges: Jennifer M. Kobus, 27, of Frankfort, and Denise R. Smith, 20, of Herkimer.
The New York State Department of Transportation has placed a pedestrian crosswalk on State Route 5 in front of Burrows Paper Corporation, located at the western end of the city.
Little Falls Police Chief Michael Masi said the crosswalk was requested by the paper corporation to safeguard the many employees who have to cross West Main Street to get to and from their place of work.
A 17-year-old Herkimer male was arrested April 5 on a charge of sexual misconduct.
The teen was arrested by the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office as a result of an investigation into allegations that he had had sexual intercourse with a 14-year-old girl.
A police pursuit that started in Rome and continued onto the state Thruway Wednesday night ended with the suspect's vehicle crashing in Schuyler, according to Rome police.
An Ilion man has been accused of drunken driving with children in the vehicle, according to Ilion police.
A Mechanicville man has been accused of stealing more than $6,000 from the Little Falls Little League, according to Little Falls police.
The Herkimer County Sheriff’s Office Welfare Fraud Unit recently charged four people with welfare fraud.
Multiple fires that broke out at the former Morgan-Duofold site Wednesday have been deemed suspicious by authorities.
Ilion Fire Chief James Trevett said the building was secured, which led investigators to believe someone broke in and started the fire.