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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.
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Broome County Sheriff's Office added 2 new photos.Friday, March 24th, 2017 at 2:11pm
The Sheriff's Office presented to the Town of Binghamton Neighborhood Watch this evening. Residents learned about home security, scams, how to report crimes or suspicious activity, and much more. If your neighborhood wishes to start a watch program, call our Community Policing Division at 778-2391. Residents are the true eyes and ears of the community. Thank you for your support. @broomesheriff #NeighborhoodWatch #CommunityPolicing
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Broome County Sheriff's OfficeFriday, March 24th, 2017 at 1:57pm
Though this news story isn't from our area, it is still a great look into what burglars thought about deterrents and why they did or didn't break into a home. Thank you to one of our followers for sharing this with us.
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Broome County Sheriff's Office shared Mayor Rich David's photo.Friday, March 24th, 2017 at 4:35am
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Broome County Sheriff's OfficeThursday, March 23rd, 2017 at 4:46am
The Broome County Sheriff’s Office is currently looking for the below subject on an outstanding warrant and asking the residents of Broome County for assistance. Anyone with information on the location of the subject is asked to contact the Broome County Sheriff’s Office. Tips may be submitted electronically using the Broome County Sheriff’s Office website: "http://gobroomecounty.com/sheriff/mostwanted" http://gobroomecounty.com/sheriff/mostwanted or via telephone by calling the Broome County Sheriff’s Office tip line at (607) 778-1196 or Warrants Division at (607) 778-2923 or (607) 778-2933. Thank you.

**All tips will remain confidential**

3/22/2017 FEATURED WARRANT
Name: ANTHONY P. PERCIVAL - AKA "LOCO"
Age: 22
Sex: Male
Race: Black
Height: 5' 7"
Weight: 195 lbs.
Eyes: Brown
Hair: Black
Photo Date: 06/04/2016
Warrant: Violation of Probation: Attempted Assault 2nd

Anthony was arrested for getting into a fight while incarcerated in the Broome County Sheriff’s Correctional Facility and seriously injuring another inmate. Anthony has ties to the Johnson City area and family in Binghamton. Anthony goes by the name “Loco” on the streets.
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Broome County Sheriff's OfficeTuesday, March 21st, 2017 at 4:47am
UPDATE—CHILD IN RIVER

On March 19th, 2017 around 5:49 pm the Broome County Sheriff’s Office responded to the area of 132 Stillwater Rd. T/O Conklin for a 7 year old child who fell into the Susquehanna River. Upon arrival Sgt. Shaun Carnevale determined a 7 year old boy had fallen into the river and was trapped under ice. Multiple emergency personnel responded to the scene and around 6:19 pm, Conklin Fireman Nick Platt located the boy in the river nearby and pulled him from the water; he was transported to Wilson Hospital.
UPDATE: DROWNING
The 7 year old boy has been identified as Connor J. Brown, 7 yrs., of Stillwater Rd. Conklin. Connor and his brother Camron Brown, 8 yrs., were playing outside and walked onto the ice, when he fell through. Connor’s mother heard yelling and rushed outside and in an effort to save Connor. The mother and Camron also fell through the ice; neighbors were able to pull them from the water.
Multiple Law Enforcement, Fire and EMS units responded to the scene and immediately began searching for Connor, who had been swept under the ice by the current. Connor was located just north of where he fell into the river by Conklin Fireman Nick Platt, who pulled him from the river. Paramedics and EMT’s initiated CPR and he was transported by Broome Ambulance to Wilson Hospital.
Efforts to revive Connor were unsuccessful and he was pronounced dead around 10:00 pm.
The Sheriff’s Office is still investigating the incident.
The Sheriff’s Office was assisted by multiple agencies, including NY State Police, Conklin Fire Department, NYS Forest Rangers, Broome County Dive Team, Broome Ambulance, Superior Ambulance, Air Method Helicopter, Kirkwood Fire Department and Great Bend Fire Department.
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Broome County Sheriff's OfficeMonday, March 20th, 2017 at 1:22pm
On March 19th, 2017 around 5:49 pm the Broome County Sheriff’s Office responded to the area of 132 Stillwater Rd. T/O Conklin for a 7 year old child who fell into the Susquehanna River. Upon arrival Sgt. Shaun Carnevale determined a 7 year old boy had fallen into the river and was trapped under ice. Multiple emergency personnel responded to the scene and around 6:19 pm, Conklin Fireman Nick Platt located the boy in the river nearby and pulled him from the water; he was transported to Wilson Hospital. The incident is currently under investigation and more information will be released at a later date.
The Sheriff’s Office was assisted by multiple agencies, including NY State Police, Conklin Fire Department, NYS Forest Rangers, Broome County Dive Team, Broome Ambulance, Superior Ambulance, Air Method Helicopter, Kirkwood Fire Department and Great Bend Fire Department.