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BROOME COUNTY JAIL Address

BROOME COUNTY JAIL
897 FRONT STREET
BINGHAMTON, NY
13902

BROOME COUNTY JAIL Statistics

According to the latest jail census:
Average Daily Inmate Population: 412
Inmate Capacity: 528
Year Constructed: 1995
Full-Time Staff: 215
Total Staff Salaries: $12,020,673

Phone:(607) 648-4820

Broome County Sheriff's Office

The Broome County Sheriff's Office was established in 1806. The first sheriff, William Woodruff, rode on horseback, enforcing laws. Broome County is located in south central New York state. Currently the office serves a population of approximately 197,000 people in a 850 mile patrol area. This area encompasses city, suburban and rural type settings. As well as patroling interstates 81, 86 and 88 which pass through the center of the county.
Broome County Sheriff's Office
Broome County Sheriff's Office added 4 new photos.Wednesday, April 26th, 2017 at 6:59am
Attempt to identify -
The BCSO Patrol Division is attempting to identify the male & women shown in these photos. They are both being sought in connection with a larceny that occurred in the Town of Union on April 24th, 2017. They were also operating a Lincoln Navigator with Maryland license plates.
If anyone can identify this male; please leave a message at:
(Please refer to Case #17-8168)
607-778-1900 BCSO Patrol Voicemail - or -
607-778-1196 BCSO Tip Line
Broome County Sheriff's Office
Broome County Sheriff's Office shared Brookdale Vestal West's post.Tuesday, April 25th, 2017 at 1:05pm
Broome County Sheriff's Office
Broome County Sheriff's OfficeTuesday, April 25th, 2017 at 12:34pm
The Broome County Sheriff’s Office Detective Division has arrested Travis Vanvalkenburg, 21 year old male of Binghamton, New York for Burglary, Criminal Mischief, and Criminal Possession of Stolen Property. Vanvalkenburg is accused of unlawfully entering a residence in the Town of Fenton on or about April 4, 2017 and stealing several pieces of copper piping, wiring, and aluminum from inside the residence. Vanvalkenburg is also accused of breaking a window of a vehicle parked on the property in order to steal four (4) aluminum wheels that were inside the locked vehicle. Vanvalkenburg was found to be in possession of the stolen property when he sold it to a local business in the month of April, 2017.

Vanvalkenburg was charged with one (1) count of Burglary in the 2nd degree, a class C Felony; one (1) count of Criminal Mischief in the 3rd degree, a class E Felony; and one (1) count of Criminal Possession of Stolen Property in the 4th degree, a class E Felony.

Vanvalkenburg was arraigned in the Town of Chenango (for the Town of Fenton) and remanded to the Broome County Sheriff’s Office Correctional Facility without bail.

Arrest Date: April 23, 2017
Crime Date: April 4, 2017

Charges:
Burglary in the 2nd degree, a class C Felony.
Criminal Mischief in the 3rd degree, a class E Felony.
Criminal Possession of Stolen Property in the 4th degree, a class E Felony
Broome County Sheriff's Office
Broome County Sheriff's Office added 2 new photos.Monday, April 24th, 2017 at 2:11am
The Broome County Sheriff’s Office made the following arrest Friday Night:

A Broome County Sheriff’s Deputy investigated a suspicious vehicle parked in the Price Chopper parking lot on Chenango Bridge Road late Friday night. During the course of the investigation, one occupant of the vehicle, Zachariah Burns, was found to be in possession of a small amount of cocaine. Burns initially provided the deputy with the name and date of birth of another person. Once Burns was arrested for criminal possession of a controlled substance, he admitted that he provided someone else’s name to the deputy.
Another passenger in the vehicle, Salena Palmatier, also provided someone else’s name to the deputy during his investigation. Palmatier had already been released from the initial stop before her true identity was known. She was later located by another deputy a few hours later and arrested for Criminal Impersonation without incident.
Zachariah Burns and Salena Palmatier both gave false names to conceal the fact that they had warrants for their arrest out of New York State Police in Sidney.
Another female in the vehicle, Jessica Palmatier had a warrant out of Chenango County. A fourth passenger, Tyler Williams had an active warrant out of Binghamton Police Department. All four subjects were turned over other police agencies for subsequent arraignment on their outstanding warrants. Burns and Salena Palmatier were also issued appearance tickets to appear in Town of Chenango Court at a later date.

Arrested: Zachariah Burns, 32, Afton, NY

Charges: Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance in the 7th Degree, a Misdemeanor.
Criminal Impersonation, a Misdemeanor
Bench Warrant for Failure to Appear in Town of Afton Court

Arrested: Salena Palmatier, 19, Afton, NY

Charges: Criminal Impersonation, a Misdemeanor
Bench Warrant for Failure to Appear in Town of Afton Court
Broome County Sheriff's Office
Broome County Sheriff's OfficeMonday, April 24th, 2017 at 2:08am
DWI PRESS RELEASE
On 04/23/2017, an officer with Endicott Police Dept. reported a red SUV type vehicle traveling over 100 mph in the area of W. Main Street and Page Avenue. A BCSO Sergeant was patrolling in the area of E. Main Street in the Town of Union and responded to the area to assist. Patrol located the vehicle traveling at 60 Mph on E. Main Street and initiated a traffic stop on the red GMC Jimmy SUV. The driver of the vehicle, Anthony J. Morse, 24, exhibited signs of intoxication and was given sobriety testing. After sobriety testing, Morse was taken into custody for DWI and transported to the Broome County Sheriff’s Office for arrest processing. He was later released to a relative and is to appear in the Village of Endicott Court on a later date.
Arrested:

Anthony J. Morse, 24
Glen Aubrey, NY

Charges:
Speed in Zone- an infraction
DWI- unclassified misdemeanor
Aggravated Unlicensed Operation of a motor vehicle 2nd Degree
Refusal to take breath test- an infraction
Broome County Sheriff's Office
Broome County Sheriff's Office updated their cover photo.Saturday, April 22nd, 2017 at 7:57am
The Broome County Sheriff’s Office is participating in the “No Empty Chair” initiative this month, which will target specific violations relative to the safety of students and teenage drivers. The name of the campaign aims to make sure that there is no empty chair at graduation resulting from a student fatality or serious injury. The initiative specifically targets five serious violations:
¯ Monday, April 24: “Speeding in School Zones”
¯ Tuesday, April 25: “Seat-belts and Child Restraints”
¯ Wednesday, April 26: “Cell Phone Use and Texting”
¯ Thursday, April 27: “Operation Safe Stop”
¯ Friday, April 28: “Underage Drinking and Impaired Driving”
The Governors Traffic Safety Committee is encouraging law enforcement to focus on the five violations with extra vigilance. GTSC funding has been given to the Broome County Sheriff’s Office through a Police Traffic Services Grant.
In Broome County, speeding in school zones is an ongoing problem. School zones with the flashing beacons do better than those without, but speeds in excess of the school zone limit is difficult to enforce because of limited enforcement resources.
Seat belt compliance is over 90 percent in New York State, but we can still do better. Cellphone use and texting by drivers is a continuing problem. Enforcement initiatives are helpful in two ways: educating drivers that this is a dangerous practice and issuing tickets to those who violate the traffic laws.
On Thursday, April 27th, “Operation Safe Stop” will target those drivers that pass a stopped school bus with flashing red lights. Professional school bus drivers have an awesome responsibility compared to other professional drivers: transporting precious and irreplaceable cargo — our children. Breaking the law by passing a stopped school bus that is in the process of loading or unloading children is a life-threatening decision and one that can change the lives of many. Last year, on April 21, 2016, another “Operation Safe Stop” day, 859 tickets were written for passing a stopped school bus on that one day in New York State, and an additional 1,547 tickets for other violations were written as well.
Lastly, on April 28, underage drinking and impaired driving will be targeted. Throughout the entire week, Deputies will be vigilant for Graduated Driving License violations. (Those with junior operator licenses). If you are a good driver and obey vehicle and traffic law, you have nothing to worry about during the stepped-up enforcement week. If not, beware, and change your driving behavior.