Login:

Password:

Automated email alerts
Forgot Password

    

Home


Latest News


Press Kits


FOIL Requests


Welcome to the New York State Police Newsroom

RSS
Add to Briefcase
19 April 2015
Troopers in Latham Arrest a Clifton Park Man for DWI
On 04/17/15 the New York State Police in Latham Arrested Christopher P. Rogers, 32, of Clifton Park, NY for Driving While Intoxicated, a misdemeanor.

 (more)

Add to Briefcase
19 April 2015
Troopers in Latham Arrest a Greenville Woman for Aggravated DWI
On 04/17/15 the New York State Police in Latham Arrested Elizabeth R. Miles, 22, of Greenville, NY for Aggravated Driving While Intoxicated, a misdemeanor.

 (more)

Add to Briefcase
19 April 2015
Troopers in Latham Arrest a Westerlo Man for DWI
On 04/17/15 the New York State Police in Latham Arrested Christopher C. Sharkey, 30, of Westerlo, NY for Driving While Intoxicated, a misdemeanor.

 (more)

Add to Briefcase
19 April 2015
Troopers in Latham Arrest a Troy Man for Aggravated DWI
On 04/17/15 the New York State Police in Latham Arrested Drew P. Miranda, 30, of Troy, NY for Aggravated Driving While Intoxicated, a misdemeanor.

 (more)

Add to Briefcase
18 April 2015
Ballston Spa man arrested for drug possession
 (more)

Add to Briefcase
18 April 2015
Intoxicated State Employee Facing Multiple Charges
 (more)

Add to Briefcase
18 April 2015
Couple from Pennsylvania arrested for Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance 3rd in a Queensbury Hotel
Add to Briefcase
18 April 2015
Two DWI Arrests, One Patrol

        Bazarian                  McDermott

Troopers from the Capital barracks made two DWI arrests on the same trip early Saturday morning. (more)

Add to Briefcase
18 April 2015
Arizona man arrested for Aggrivated DWI.
On April 17, 2015, State Troopers from New Scotland arrested 30 year old Andrew M. Hepker from Phoenix, Arizona for Aggravated DWI. (more)

Add to Briefcase
17 April 2015
The New York State Police announce “The Empty Chair” teen driving safety campaign
State Police and other law enforcement agencies will crackdown on traffic violations prior to high school graduation season. (more)