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State Police Arrest Coby Man for Falsely Reporting Terrorist Activities

Written By Timothy Knight on 3/7/15 | 3/7/15

On March 05, State Police arrested Bradley A. Hingeley ,40, of Cobleskill, NY for Falsely Reporting an Incident 3rd Degree and Resisting Arrest, both misdemeanors. Hingeley had contacted the New York State Terrorism Tips Line 1-866-SAFE NYS (1-866-723-3697) and falsely reported information that a subject was engaging in terrorism related activities. 


An investigation determined that Hingeley had fabricated the information about the subject's conduct for ulterior motives. Hingeley physically resisted arrest while he was being taken into custody. He was arraigned in the Town of Cobleskill Court and remanded to the Schoharie County Jail in lieu of bail.

The New York State Police continues to encourage the public to contact the NYS Terrorism Tips Line 1-866-SAFE NYS (1-866-723-3697) with any information or suspicions related to terrorism. These tips are then immediately acted upon and thoroughly investigated to ensure public safety.

Man Arrested for Disturbance at Cobleskill Holiday Motel

Troopers arrested an Albany County man for multiple charges following a disturbance that occurred at the Holiday Motel in Cobleskill.

Timothy L. Harrington was arrested and charged with Criminal Mischief and Attempted Criminal Trespass following a 911 call that originated from a room at the Holiday Motel.  Harrington was located walking on State Route 7 as Troopers were responding to the call of a disturbance.  

Further investigation revealed that Harrington kicked in a door while attempting to enter a room, damaging the door.  After the occupants of the room were able to secure the door Harrington attempted to flee on foot.  Harrington was arraigned in the Town of Cobleskill Court and remanded to the Schoharie County Correctional Facility on cash bail. 

Sheriff's Nab Sharon Man on Harassment Charges 

Schoharie County Sheriff's Deputies arrested twenty-five year old Corey A. Merwin Thursday evening on an arrest warrant for aggravated harassment in the second degree stemming from an incident in the Town of Sharon.

Mr. Merwin was arraigned in the Town of Carlisle court and remanded to the Schoharie County Jail to appear in the Town of Sharon court on Wednesday, March 19th.
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