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‘Operation Work Brake’ results in 2,500 tickets

From June 9 to 13, the New York State Police in Troop T boosted patrols along the 570 mile state Thruway system as they launched “Operation Spring Brake.” The campaign focused on speeding and aggressive drivers in and around work ...

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Defense community dinner tickets on sale

Tickets are on sale for the 2013 Defense Community Dinner on Nov. 9 at Rochester Institute of Technology. Keynote speaker will be Supreme Court Justice Stephen K. Lindley, who sits on the Appellate Division, Fourth Department. Another highlight is the ...

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Cops nail Bills spectators

State police Sunday issued 97 tickets for various vehicle-and-traffic infractions during a driving while intoxicated saturation detail conducted in conjunction with the Buffalo Bills home game in Orchard Park. Troopers reported three Erie County residents were charged with DWI and ...

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7,500 drivers ticketed for texts since July

ALBANY — New York officials say about 7,500 drivers around the state have gotten tickets since a tougher law against texting while driving kicked in last July. They say another 111,000 tickets were written for violating laws against using handheld ...

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Onondaga detail targets distracted drivers

Dozens of tickets were given out by state police last week in Onondaga County during a distracted and aggressive driving enforcement detail on Interstate 81. The Troop D Commercial Enforcement Unit conducted 63 tractor trailer inspections, finding 42 violations.

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Numerous holiday arrests made

More than 150 people in Erie and Wyoming counties were charged from Friday through Sunday as part of the state police’s Occupant Safety details and Sobriety Check Points. State police report throughout the weekend ...

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Ticket resale law leaves industry in limbo

A little-known state law allowing the resale of tickets for profit expired May 15, at least temporarily creating chaos and uncertainty for resellers and consumers doing business in New York.

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