CUBA — The Cuba Police Department has arrested a total of six juveniles over the last week and a half in connection to two separate residential burglary investigations.Two 17-year-old males, one from Cuba and another from Rushford, have been charged with second-degree burglary, a class C felony, after allegedly burglarizing a Cuba home in October. Cuba Police Chief Dustin Burch said the pair allegedly stole cash and family heirloom items such as jewelry from the home.
OLEAN — On the morning of Oct. 30, Stephanie Searles had lived at 114 E. Oak St. with her two young children for less than two months and had only recently finished buying all the furnishings needed to make the third-floor apartment home, she said.Then a fire broke out in the building’s stairwell — believed by authorities to be the work of an arsonist — forcing Searles, her children and boyfriend to flee to a fire escape and leave behind all possessions aside from literally the clothes on...
OLEAN — The Olean High School English Department is reaping the benefits of collaborating and networking with other high schools across the state.Several OHS English teachers attended a conference last month in Albany hosted by the New York State English Council, the state affiliate of the National Council of Teachers of English.
The four were residents of the Salamanca group home for adolescent mothers and their babies, Salamanca police said. The two teen mothers are originally from the NYC area and were headed back there. https://t.co/UkDzLrxaXl
Olean police are still awaiting lab results on hazardous materials removed from a Wayne Street home last week and say the fire at that home is unrelated to the other three suspicious fires https://t.co/BpnTgpD6q8https://t.co/gm1Lb83Ymz
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