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K9-Unit

Three Arrested For Cocaine, LSD

Three Arrested For

Possessing Coke, LSD

ONEONTA – Three men were arrested Tuesday night after Oneonta police executed a search warren at 300 Main Street and allegedly found cocaine and LSD in the residence.

Timothy A. Baron, 37, Mark J. Fategoni, 55 and Zachery E. Meegan, 28 were all arrested and charged with possessing cocaine. Meegan was also allegedly in possession of LSD, and $9,500 in cash was also seized. Police were assisted by the Otsego County Sheriffs Department’s K9 Unit.

Troop C Celebrates Centennial

Open House Celebrates

Troop C Centennial

Above, Brian Davis, Unadilla, front, holds his grandson Mason Bronson, who covers his ears against the sound of the rotors as they watch Trooper Cliff Wood of the State Police SORT Central rappel out of the helicopter during an air rescue simulation by the State Police Aviation team out of Newburgh as Troop C celebrated the state police 100th anniversary at the Unadilla Barracks today.   The event also featured tours of the barracks and museum, meet-and-greets, and demonstrations by the K-9 unit and the Underwater Dive Team.  At right, Frank Johnson, Walton, and Peyton Nelson, Norwich, play tug-of-war with police dog Ice, named after the late Jill Mattice, the first female State Trooper to die on duty,  in a crash on Route 23, Morris, in 2010. (Ian Austin/AllOTSEGO.com)

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